Singer, presenter, actor, poet, dancer, and likes painting: she is the Jordanian Rania Kurdi.
Rania Kurdi learned professional acting in the Barnett College of the Arts in Britain in 1991 and then in the Guildford School of Acting
Until 1998, Rania Kurdi used to work and represent programs in Britain, until she returned to Jordan, married; she worked in the theater and then in Jordanian TV, where she has her own programs. Rania Kurdi then moved to singing in 2002 issuing her first album under the title "Rania"; it combines both eastern and western style.
Her success grew to become a global success after Rania Kurdi represented the program Super Star in Lebanon, for two consecutive seasons.
And in 2005 Rania Kurdi released her second album "Ouli leh" and the song "Shayef Nafsak" was the hit song that contributed to the success of this album.
Rania Kurdy not only did she achieve success in the artistic life, but also in normal life, Rania is a mother of a boy and a girl; she's an artist and a wonderful mother.