Raghda’s full name is Raghda Mahmoud Na’na’. She was born and raised in Syria to a Syrian father and an Egyptian mother. She grew up in the Syrian town of Aleppo where her father’s house included 14 children. Raghda enrolled at the Arabic language division of a literature faculty...Read more in Cairo. She worked in Syrian cinema before assuming the leading role in the series “A’sr Al Houb” (“The Age of Love”) in 1982. Her activities are varied and include work on theater, television and cinema. Amongst the television productions that she has taken part in are “A’sr Al Houb” (“The Age of Love”), “Istabl A’ntar” (“A’ntar’s Stables”), “Al Dawaer Al Mughlaqa” (“Exclusive Circles”), “La Ilah Ila Allah” (“There is no Deity But God”). Her well known theatrical performances include “Saloumy” and “Al Rahaen” (“The Hostages”). She has assumed roles in several series in Syria, amongst which is a series titled “Al A’bbayid”. In 2002 Raghda worked as an announcer on “Garrat Al Qammar” (“Neighbor to the Moon”). Throughout her career Raghda has utilized her intelligence in order to consciously mould her stardom. Most of the roles that she has undertaken, and in particular those in cinema were directed by Kamal Al Sheikh and Darid Laham. Raghda's most famous roles were in in “Al Embrator” (“The Emperor”) and “Raghbat” (“Wishes”), and "Kaborya" (Crab).