Razane Jammal is a British-Lebanese actress who is best recognized for playing the lead role of Maggie Mckillop in the Netflix original series Paranormal. She is currently in the spotlight for her performance in another Netflix show, The Sandman. In the Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comic book, Jammal plays the role of Lyta Hall.
Jammal was born and raised in Beirut, Lebanon. At the age of 15, she began appearing in regional Middle Eastern campaigns and multiple television ads. Later, when she was 18, she relocated to London to gain higher studies and to make a career out of acting.
Her breakthrough performance was in the 2010 horror film Carlos, which was followed by 2012’s Djinn from Tobe Hooper. She also appeared in Kanye West’s first short film, Cruel Summer, which premiered at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. Since then, she has portrayed a range of characters and acted in numerous dialects, enjoying success both at home and abroad.
Razane Jammal’s net worth revealed
Jammal’s net worth hasn’t been revealed yet but according to some sources online, her net worth is estimated at around $2 million.
As mentioned earlier, she recently appeared on Netflix‘s adaptation of the DC Comics, The Sandman, which premiered globally on August 5, 2022. And since Jammal is a part of the giant streaming platform’s equally big TV show, it must be sure that she might have collected a healthy pay cheque.
Similarly, she has been a part of 20 movies and TV shows as of this writing. So, her former acting endeavors might have also paid her well. And her lifestyle can easily be seen on her Instagram feed, where she frequently uploads images of her donning new designer outfits, cosmetics, and other opulent possessions.
Razane Jammal’s career explored
According to her Wikipedia page, Jammal was born on August 7, 1987. When she was six years old, she began watching TV shows and daydreaming about becoming an actress. She started modeling seriously at age 15 after participating in local ads in the Middle East.
She has identified the locations where she acquired her instruction but not the institutions where she enrolled to harness her acting skills. Nonetheless, there are a few acting institutions, including Lebanese American University, New York Film Academy, Shakespeare Summer School, Shakespeare Globe Theatre, Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, and others.
Razane Jammal attended the world premiere of her latest series, The Sandman (Source: Twitter)
Now coming over to her career as a television star, Jammal has co-starred in the popular comedy series Embratoreyet Meen, starring Tunisian actress Hend Sabry. The show aired on MBC in 2014. In the following year, she made her appearance in the second season of Saraya Abdeen, which starred Egyptian icon Yosra in addition to Syrian actor Kosai Khauli.
In 2016, she shared the screen alongside Rhys Ifans, Richard Jenkins, and Michelle Forbes in the American drama Berlin Station. Some other TV shows she has been a part of include Chimerica, Doubt, Paranormal, and The Sandman.
As for her acting gigs in movies, from 2012 to 2017, she appeared in Cruel Summer, Flying Blind, Jaypen Code: 20, Djinn, A Walk Among the Tombstones, Don’t Tell Me the Boy Was Mad, Bad Buzz, and Maki & Zorro. Her film credits after 2017 include TV Society, 1608, and Kira & El Gin.