Dounia Coesens: the nice surprise of the DNA team for her birthday

Dounia Coesens, the former star of More beautiful life on France 3, which lands in Tomorrow belongs to us, was spoiled by the TF1 teams.

After taking on the role of Johanna Marci in the first episode of More beautiful life, the historic soap opera of France 3, which ends on November 18 on France 3, the actress Dounia Coesens joins the cast of tomorrow belongs to us, the daily soap opera of TF1. The young woman has also started filming in S├Ęte, last week. And the actress is already part of the family DNA. For his birthday, Dounia Coesens born on September 20, 1988 in Aix-en-Provence, even received a nice surprise from her new colleagues.

Thank you for this birthday surprise on the set of Tomorrow belongs to us”

Alexandra Naoum, the interpreter of Louise, who became a director on tomorrow belongs to us, Isabelle Regourd, the companion of Alexandre Brasseur, who deals with the communication of the series of TF1, Samy Gharbi, the interpreter of Karim Saeed, indeed offered him a magnificent bouquet of flowers for his 34 years. They were accompanied by Marwan Berreni, Abdel’s interpreter in More beautiful life and great friend of Dounia Coesens but also of the young actor Sasha Benarous, who will play Rayane Saeed. “Thank you for this birthday surprise on the set of Tomorrow belongs to us”commented Dounia Coesens in Story on his Instagram account followed by more than 141,000 subscribers.

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A character related to the Saeed family?

And she added: “Thank you for the welcome Samy Gharbi”. It could therefore well be that the character embodied by Dounia Coesens in tomorrow belongs to us be close to Karim’s family. Captain Saeed’s brother, played by comedian Mhamed Arezki, who played Jean-Baptiste Medjaoui in the first three seasons of the France 2 series, Candice Renoir, from 2013 to 2015, will also soon appear in the TF1 soap opera. Unfortunately, we will have to wait a little longer to see the beginnings of Dounia Coesens in tomorrow belongs to us.

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