Born in Paris, Nadia Benzakour is an international French actress known for her work on Hollywood and international productions such as The Covenant, Tyrant, Deep State, Killing Jesus, Open Desert, Le Bureau Des Légendes, Jack Ryan- Tom Clancy and the 2018 Cannes film festival sensation, Sofia.
On stage, she played Hedda Gabler at the international festival Ibsen international and at the National Theater of Rabat in Morocco.
She is currently filming as a lead character in the upcoming show for Canal plus Afrique: Forces Spéciales Africaines, the first panafrican series.
Her breakthrough came out with the French popular phenomenon, Plus Belle La Vie for the special episodes shot in Morocco and in North Africa with the Moroccan tv show Salon Shahrazade.
In addition to French and Arabic, Nadia Benzakour speaks fluently English and very good Spanish (Neutral).
Actually, she received her acting training in the United States at the prestigious Richard Lawson Studio in Los Angeles and Mary T. Boyer in New York.
In France, she studied Masks and Burlesque at the eminent Jacques Lecoq School in 2018. Nadia Benzakour was also part of “Les Enfants Terribles” and the Theater group in Paris directed by the French Director, Nicolas Liautard (Scène Watteau).