The Syrian artist, Haya Maraachli, celebrated her birthday, which falls on May 30, and published a picture of the atmosphere of the celebration.
Haya appeared alone with a birthday cake in front of her, and she commented announcing her age and wrote: (Hello 24).
On her birthday, we mention the most important details about her:
Lebanese actress Haya Maraachli was born on “May 30, 1994”, in Damascus, Syria, and she currently lives in Syria as well. She is from an artistic family. She is the daughter of actor Tarek Maraachli and the daughter of actress Randa Maraachli, who is of Syrian origin, and her paternal grandmother is the Syrian actress Nahid Al-Halabi.
In 2003, actress Haya Maraachli presented her first television role when she was a child, in the series “Abu al-Fawmiyyah”.
Haya became known more after her participation in the series “Women’s Sessions”, which presents a new social story created by writer Amal Hanna, which tells the story of several desperate women who are still looking for love everywhere despite the advancing age of some of them, and it is directed by Al-Muthanna Sobh, and produced by the Syrian International Production Company. And the artistic distribution, starring: Nisreen Tafesh, Yara Sabry, Amal Bouchoucha, Nazli Al-Rawas, Antoinette Najib, Samer Al-Masry, Bassem Yakhour, Milad Youssef, and the Lebanese artist: Rafik Ali Ahmed.
Where this participation of Haya with the great actors opened the door wide to spread and fame.
Haya Maraachli played a positive role in the series “Khawat”, produced by “Golden Line” and directed by director Naji Ta’my. In this series, she played the role of a girl named “Nadia” who grows up in a bad and rich family and is the only positive and good character in this family consisting of her father, and Haya performed her role perfectly, praised by the audience and the media.
Lost Sayin series
The series “Haret Al-Tanabr”
Purple Leaves series
Women’s sessions series
In 2011, Haya Maraachli won the award for the best emerging artist for Syrian drama, as well as the best emerging actress, according to the 2012 Star Times poll.