During her visit، Suzan discussed a number of issues including، her new role in TV series "Ibn Osool".
She had also celebrated the success of her new series at the website، which is currently premiering in Ramadan.
She confirmed that the success of the work was the result of the concerted efforts of all those behind the cameras، and a distinguished team in front of the cameras، topped by star Hamada Helal.
Susan said she received positive feedback from the public، especially on social media.
TV series "Ibn Osool" co-starring Hamada Helal, Suzan Najm Aldeen, Ayten Amer Emad Rashad, Mohamed Nagaty, Ahmed Halawa, and others.
The TV series is written by Ahmed Mahmoud Abou Zeid and directed by Mohamed Bakir.
Noteworthy، Suzan Najm Aldeen is a Syrian actress، whose memorable roles have earned her wide acclaim throughout the Arab world. After enrolling in the Faculty of Engineering، Architecture Department in Damascus، she was offered the opportunity to become an actress.
This، however، did not stop her from pursuing her studies and graduating as an architect. Starting out in 90s Syrian dramas، Najm Aldeen went on to star in several renowned Arab series and movies.
The actress lived in her country with her parents، until she graduated، and then she went to Damascus to study architecture in the university.
During that، she entered in the art society، that brought her being an actress، but that didn’t hinder to continue to study in the university to be an architect.
In the 90s، Suzan became to play roles in the Syrian drama، first secondary، and then as a protagonist in lots of series. Her first interpretation was “Aldakhliah”، with the important Syrian actor Jihad Saad.
In the 1995 Suzan married a Syrian businessman، and with him، she had four kids: two boys and two girls.
Having a family، she doesn’t make lots of acts، like all Syrians actors، but she passes her spare time with her kids.
The artist owns a society named Sana، from the initials of her name: S، Suzan، N، Najm، A، Aldeen.
Moreover، Suzan has an athletic centre called “The Champions”، situated in the Maza in Damascus.