Hajar Graigaa

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Hajar Graigaa
BornRabat, Morocco
🏳️ NationalityMoroccan
💼 Occupation

Hajar Graigaa is a Moroccan actress, who is a graduate of the Higher Institute of Theatre Art and Cultural Revitalization and belongs to the Aphrodite Theatre Group, founded by Moroccan director Abdel Majid El Haus[1], twice won the award for Best Theatre Actress in 2006 and 2008, and starred in the Moroccan series «Bent Bladi».[2][3]


As a sole Moroccan actress, she entered in casting in the Egyptian capital of Cairo, featuring representatives from countries such as Iran, Turkey, and Egypt. Those who saw the actress Hajar Graigaa in the series «Bent Bladi» where she played the role of Renna did not recognize her when she later took part in «El Majdoub». It is Hajar Graigaa who explains to ALM this metamorphosis by a difference in the nature of the roles played in the two series, She studied in the Institut supérieur of art dramatique et animation culturelle (ISADAC) . 'When she obtained her Science Baccalaureate, she preferred to devote herself to interpretation by integrating ISADAC'. Indicates the artist choice made by Hajar Graigaa since she makes her artistic path by multiplying her roles. In Ramadan, viewers will have the opportunity to rediscover it in the TV movie «Corruption» (Rachwa[4]) directed by Hakim El Bidaoui[5] and which will be broadcast on Al Oula. As it will appear on Medi1 TV through the series «Al Wajh Al Akhar Lilhijra».


  • Haidan and Bent Al Haraz 2021 - Series[6]
  • Birth Certificate 2020 - Series[7]
  • A Career Case 2020 - Jadan Mujahid[8]
  • Convicts 2019 - Series[9]
  • The lightness of the man (Kulthum) 2016[10]
  • Cherish the City 2018[11]
  • Eye Right 2019[12]
  • White Pirate 2011[13]


  1. العسراوي, بوعمرو. "ورزازات تتحول إلى "كعبة" لفنون المسرح، وتكرم عبد المجيد الهواس". الكاتب (in français). Retrieved 2021-08-26.
  2. "واحدة من بطلات السلسلة التلفزيونية بنت بلادي". مغرس. Retrieved 2021-04-23.
  3. "Portrait : Hajar Graigaa, une vive passion pour le cinéma et le théâtre". Aujourd'hui le Maroc (in français). Retrieved 2021-08-26.
  4. "قراءة في فيلم "رشوة" رتابة وملل واخطاء بالجملة". كود: جريدة إلكترونية مغربية شاملة. 2013-10-19. Retrieved 2021-04-23.
  5. "أجيال إعلامية: حكيم البيضاوي.. مصور ومخرج أغنى التلفزة المغربية ببرامجه وأفلامه الوثائقية". al3omk.com (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-04-23.
  6. "حديدان وبنت الحراز". 2M (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-04-24.
  7. طاقم العمل: مسلسل - شهادة ميلاد - 2020 (in العربية), retrieved 2021-04-24
  8. مسلسل - قضية العمر - 2020 طاقم العمل، فيديو، الإعلان، صور، النقد الفني، مواعيد العرض (in العربية), retrieved 2021-04-24
  9. مسلسل - المداني - 2019 طاقم العمل، فيديو، الإعلان، صور، النقد الفني، مواعيد العرض (in العربية), retrieved 2021-04-24
  10. "خفة الرجل", ويكيبيديا (in العربية), 2020-10-03, retrieved 2021-04-24
  11. "عز المدينة (مسلسل)", ويكيبيديا (in العربية), 2020-09-06, retrieved 2021-04-24
  12. "عين الحق". 2M (in العربية). Retrieved 2021-04-24.
  13. "القرصان الأبيض (فيلم)", ويكيبيديا (in العربية), 2020-01-11, retrieved 2021-04-24

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