Yasmine Al Massri Biography
(Actress and Dancer Best Known for Her Role in the TV Series ‘Quantico’)
Birthday: November 21, 1978 (Scorpio)
Born In: Beirut, Lebanon
Yasmine Al Massri is a Lebanese-American actress, dancer, and human rights activist. She is best recognized for playing the twin sisters Nimah and Raina Amin on ABC’s series ‘Quantico,’ alongside Priyanka Chopra. Her artistic career began when she joined Thouraya Baghdadi's Dance Company as a dancer in 2000. Inspired by talented choreographers from different cultures, Massri explored the genres of classical, world folklore, Salsa, Flamenco, Arab, and African dance forms. Her first big break as an actress was in Nadine Labaki’s award-winning Lebanese flick, ‘Caramel.’ She then went on to appear in a number of other movies and dramas. Born to a Palestinian father and an Egyptian mother, she is multilingual. She has a real gift for learning languages and speaks English, Spanish, Arabic and French. Massri is incredibly benevolent and supports human rights with a deep passion.