The official teaser and poster for Lebanese superstars Cyrine Abdelnour and Ramy Ayach‘s TV series “El Ein Bil Ein” (An eye for an eye) have been unveiled.
The action-packed footage featured Abdelnour portraying a woman seeking revenge and Ayach playing a policeman.
The series is penned by Salam ksiri and Randa Alam.
“El Ein Bil Ein” consists of 15 episodes and is set to debut on a “Shahid” streaming service.
Abdelnour was last seen in the 2021 TV series “Dor El Omor” (The Role).
It also starred Adel Karam, Talal Jarday, Nawal Kamel, Saeed Sarhan, Fouad Yammine, and others.
The series is written by Nasser Fakih and directed by Said El Marouk.
It is centered around a beautiful and psychologically disturbed woman who chooses a fictional character as her ally in a journey full of twisted games and complete vengeance.
Abdelnour, born on February 21, 1977, is a Lebanese actress and singer, and model.
She studied at St. Courier as well as studied accounting until 1993, before pursuing a modeling career and taking classes in fashion design in late 1993.
Abdelnour later began work as a model. She made her first modeling job involved presenting Christmas designs by a group of designers such as Zuhair Murad, Abu Mahfouz, and others.
She collaborated with many famed fashion designers such as Feliciana Rossi, Zuhair Murad, Abed Mahfouz, Renato Balestra, Mireille Dagher, and Thierry Mugler.
Abdelnour began appearing on LBC as an actress in early 1998. She took part in several drama productions including “Marianna”, “Ghadan Youm Akher” (Tomorrow is another Day), and others.
In 2003, she made her acting debut in the TV series “Ibnatti” (My Daughter), which was followed by more roles. She released her debut album, “Leila min El Layali”, the following year.
Abdelnour is best known for her roles in the 2012 TV series “Ruby”, the 2013 TV series “Leabet el Mout”, and the 2008 film “Ramadan Mabrouk Abou El Alamin Hammouda”.
She is also known for starring in the film “Al Mosafer” (The Traveller) featuring iconic actor Omar Sharif, which was screened at the 66th Venice Film Festival.