With her last look, the heroine of the series “Jamil and Hana” surprised the Syrian actressRabab Canaan, who was playing the character “Warda”, the audience made a big change in her appearance.
She seemed to be getting old, and she changed her hair color to blond, to look very different from the one we are used to in the series.
Rabab played the character “Warda” in the series, starring Syrian actorsAyman ZidaneوNorman Asaad, which was shown 24 years ago, and she is a girl who works in the General Directorate, in which the events of the series take place, and is looking for a groom.
She shocked her fans with her retirement
Rabab Kanaan shocked her fans in October 2020, with her decision to permanently retire from acting, and wrote on her personal page on a social networking site: “Through my only page on social networking sites, I announce my retirement.”
This news met with a great reaction among her followers, and some were surprised by her decision, wishing her success in her life.
Rabab Kanaan’s first appearance on the small screen dates back to 1990, and she participated in the series “The Spider’s Web”, after which her artworks continued.
She joined the Syrian Artists Syndicate in 1993 and became a member of it. She excelled in performing social, tragic and romantic roles. She also succeeded in comedy, and also participated in a number of Levantine environment works.
And her role remains “Warda” in the series “Beautiful and Hana DiaryOne of the most prominent roles she has played, and her role is “Maya” in the series “the four SeasonsIt is one of her distinctive roles, and “Maya” is the daughter of a rich family, somewhat arrogant, and many funny situations happen to her during the series.
Among her works, we mention “The Brothers”, “The Difficult Steps”, and “faience bath”, “The Secret of Treasure”, “Dreams that Never Die”, “Stars Among the Clouds”, “Arabiyat”, “Haret Alhawa”, “Hello Jamil, Alo Hana”, “Raih Al Khamaseen”, “Spot Light” (several parts), “Rayaat al-Haqq”, “In Presence of Absence”, “Fatat Played”, “You promised me, my friend”, “Damsco” and “Sadr El-Baz”.