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    Shosha Goren

    Shosha Goren (born 1943 in Baghdad, Iraq) is an Israeli actress and comedian of Iraqi Jewish descent. Shosha immigrated to Israel in 1951, while on a visit to the United States, she abandoned her position as teacher of Hebrew Literature and Language, and went to pursue her acting career at Brooklyn College in New York. However, in 1980, she returned to Israel with her family. She also starred in the 2007 Israeli film Jellyfish (film) alongside Sara Adler. She is married to Yitzhak Goren, an Egyptian Jewish writer and director.
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    Florence Ezekiel Nadira (5 December 1932 – 9 February 2006), commonly known as Nadira was an actress in Indian cinema. She is best remembered for her performance in films in the 1950s and 1960s such as Shree 420 (1955), Pakeezah (1972) and Julie (1975), which won her Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award. Nadira was born to a Baghdadi Jewish family. She is survived by two brothers, one of whom lives in the USA and another in Israel. Nadira rose to cinematic prominence with the 1952 film Aan with her role as a savage princess. She did a bold scene in the movie. In 1955, she played a rich socialite named Maya in Shree 420. She played lead roles in a number of films such as Dil Apna Prit Parayee, Hanste Zakhm, Amar Akbar Anthony and Pakeezah. She was often cast as a temptress or vamp, and played opposite the chaste heroines then favored by the Bollywood film industry. Nadira won a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress, her role as Julie's mother Margaret, 'Maggie', in the 1975 film Julie. During the 1980s and 1990s, she entered a new phase of her career, playing elderly women as a supporting actress. Her last role was in the film Josh (2000). In her longtime career, because of
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    Sarab Kamoo

    Sarab Kamoo is an actress of Iraqi Chaldean heritage. She is based in Detroit, United States. Sarab has starred in Super Sucker as Tamara Thompson. She has also starred alongside Heather Raffo in the theatre play 9 Parts of Desire.
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    Shatha Hassoun

    Shatha Hassoun

    Shada Amjad Nasser Hassoun Alshamery (Arabic: شذى أمجد حسون الشمري‎) (born March 3, 1981 in Casablanca, Morocco) better known as Shatha Hassoun (Arabic: شذى حسون‎) is an Arabic singer from both Iraqi and Moroccan ancestry, who rose to fame as the winner of the 4th season of the pan-Arab television talent show Star Academy Arab World. She was the first female to win the competition. She is currently one of the most popular singers in both the Middle East and Maghreb region, and is referred to as the "daughter of Mesopotamia. Born to an Iraqi father, a well-known reporter from Al-Hilla and a Moroccan mother who is a history teacher from Safi. Growing up, Hassoun divided her time between Morocco and France and studied English Literature in Casablanca and continued her university studies in Tangier where she joined the program of Hotel and Tourism Management. Then she continued her studies in France where she gained her master's degree. She can sing in many languages and dialects (Arabic, English, French, Spanish, Italian and German). Her family, which includes her parents and her only brother reside in Morocco while Shada lives in Beirut. In 2007 Hassoun won Star Academy 4, making her
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