A new Moroccan actress has joined the 8th and final season of the successful series “Homeland.”
Rabat – Sarah Perles, a French actress of Moroccan and Portuguese descent announced on an Instagram story she will be joining the cast of the thriller series “Homeland.”
Alex Gansa, the producer of the showtime series “Homeland,” previously said in Digitalspy, “We get to play this last season in DC with the intention of taking us overseas for one last chapter.” the last season will be set in Afghanistan but will be filmed in Morocco.
Thanks to her Middle Eastern features, the actress will play the role of an Afghani woman named Paksima. Perles did not say if her role will be a lead or an extra.
Perles has earned recognition for her work. She was pre-selected for a nomination in the 44th Cesar awards for the “most promising actress in France.” Perles also claimed success in the films “Sofia,” directed by Meryem Benm’barek (2018), and “Burnout” by Nour-Eddine Lakhmari (2017), as well as the Netflix series “The Team” (2018).
Showtime has confirmed that the eighth season will premiere in the fall of 2019.