|Yasmine Sabri Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 9 in|
|Date of Birth||January 21, 1988|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Yasmine Sabri is an Egyptian actor who has been cast in various projects such as Gabal Al Halaal, Lailat Hana wa Suroor, Chess, My Story, Roundtrip, Tariqi: My Way, El Diesel, The Legend, Gahim Fel Hend, Alhisan al’aswad, My Story, Second Chance, and Ramez Movie Star.
Yasmine Ashraf Sabri
- Father – Ashraf Sabri (Doctor)
- Mother – She is a swimmer.
5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
60 kg or 132 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Yasmine Sabri has dated –
- Muhammad – She reportedly married Muhammad in 2012 before her career took off and it wasn’t until 2015 that she revealed her marriage to the public for the first time. Later, she revealed the name of her then-husband, i.e. Muhammad, on a television show in 2017. However, the couple separated after 5 years of marriage.
- Ahmed Abu Hashima (2020-2022) – Yasmine Sabri got married to businessperson Ahmed Abu Hashima in April 2020 in a wedding ceremony attended only by relatives due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In May 2022, it was revealed that the couple had divorced.
Race / Ethnicity
Yasmine Sabri has done endorsement work for brands such as Cartier.
She became the first Arab woman to star in Cartier‘s campaign for the “Panthere De Cartier” collection in January 2020 and was featured alongside Italian model Mariacarla Boscono and British actors Ella Balinska and Annabelle Wallis.
Yasmine Sabri Facts
- She spent her childhood years growing up in Alexandria, Egypt.
- Her parents divorced when she was young and she has revealed that she was raised only by her mother and grandmother. In an interview, Yasmine Sabri stated, “There is no relationship between me and my father, but the separation is not a reason because people make choices in their life, and there are people who choose to take responsibility and complement the other, and other people choose themselves”.
- In 2016, she was cast as Dina in the action comedy film Gahim Fel Hend.
- Yasmine was named Ambassador of African Women during the Arab African Conference on Women’s Empowerment in April 2019 in the presence of ministers and dignitaries from across the Arab region as well as the African continent.
- She received much criticism for her comments about the COVID-19 pandemic at the 2020 El Gouna Film Festival. Reportedly, she was asked about the COVID-19 situation by a reporter and she said, “No, I am not obsessed with fear. I go on with my life,” adding, “Isn’t there a possibility that we were infected with the virus and now it’s gone? It’s common sense, it’s going to infect the whole world,” she then said, “Whoever gets it, gets it, and who moves on, moves, and survival is for the strongest.”
- Yasmine Sabri claimed in 2022 that she grew up as a poor child but her father denied these claims and he took to his Facebook account to reveal that Sabri was a “spoiled girl”.
Featured Image by Yasmine Sabri / Instagram