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Sibylla Deen

Australia

Age: 37
Known for
as Nusrat Al-Fayeed

in Tyrant
as Blair

in The I-Land
as Ankhe

in Tut
TV Series Starring Sibylla Deen
The I-Land
Netflix,

2019

| Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.4/5

When ten people wake up on a treacherous island with no memory of who they are or how they got there, they set off on a trek to try to get back home. They soon discover this world is not as it seems. Faced with the island's extreme psychological and physical challenges, they must rise to their better selves - or die as their worst ones.


Tut

A six-hour scripted event series about Tutankhamun, aka King Tut (1333 to 1323 BC), the youngest Pharaoh to rule Ancient Egypt whose famous golden sarcophagus has become one of the symbols of the ancient civilization. Tut's rise to power and his struggle to lead Egypt to glory, while his closest advisers, friends and lovers scheme for their own nefarious interests. "It's a big, epic story with complex characters, remarkable heroes and strong women," Levy said.


Tyrant
FX,

2014

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

The series tells the story of an unassuming American family drawn into the workings of a turbulent Middle Eastern nation. Bassam "Barry" Al Fayeed, the younger son of the dictator of a war-torn nation, ends a self-imposed 20-year exile to return to his homeland, accompanied by his American wife and children, for his nephew's wedding. Barry's reluctant homecoming leads to a dramatic clash of cultures as he is thrown back into the familial and national politics of his youth.