List of Moroccans


List of Moroccans

This is a list of notable Moroccans.

Activists

* Abraham Serfaty
* Christine Daure-Serfaty

Actors & Entertainers

* Karima Adebibe, Current Lara Croft (Moroccan father, born and lived in Morocco until 7)
* Shiri Appleby, actress (Moroccan mother)
* Malika Borghese
* Emmanuelle Chriqui, actress (Moroccan parents)
* Jamel Debbouze, Actor
* Gad Elmaleh, Entertainer
* Saïd Taghmaoui
* Rachid El Ouali
* Mohammed Miftah
* Fatima Kheir

Artists

* Natacha Atlas, Singer (Moroccan Father)
* Laarbi Batma (1948-1998), leader of Nass El Ghiwane
* Chico Bouchikhi
* Abdessadeq Cheqara
* Hicham Chami
* Mahmoud Guinia, Gnawa music maâlem
* Mohamed Hamri, Painter
* Samira Said, singer
* Sofia Marikh, Singer
* Malika Souiri
* Douglas Vale
* Imad Kotbi, a DJ and radio presenter
* Hasna, Arabic singer
* jannat, Arabic singer
* Rajae Belmlih (1962-2007), Arabic singer
* Bouchaib Abdelhadi, singer
* Shatha Hassoun, Arabic singer (Moroccan mother)

Business people

* Abdeslam Ahizoune
* Abderrafie Hanouf
* Hakim Elbaz
* Driss Benhima

Civil servants, diplomats

* André Azoulay

Crime, offenders or victims

* Said Bahaji
* Ahmed Bouchiki
* Adil Charkaoui
* Farid Essebar
* Zakariya Essabar
* Younis Mohammad Ibrahim al-Hayyari
* Mounir El Motassadeq
* Khalil el-Moumni
* Abdelghani Mzoudi

Economists

* Mahdi ElMandjra

Engineers

Film and music directors

* Nabil Ayouch
* André Elbaz
* Ismaël Ferroukhi
* Sanaa Hamri
* Laila Marrakchi
* Hakim Nouri
* Heinz Tietjen

Hackers

* Farid Essabar

Historians

* Abdelhadi Tazi
* Robert Assaraf
* Mohammed El Ifrani
* Al-Marrakushi

History, people of

* Abd el-Krim
* Averroes
* Ibn Battuta
* Muhammad al-Idrisi
* Muhammad al-Muqri

Journalists

* Ahmed Benchemsi
* Karim Boukhari
* Salim Jay
* Driss Ksikes
* Ali Lmrabet

Painters

* Mahi Binebine
* Chaïbia
* Mohamed Hamri

Poets

* Muhammad Awzal
* Abdellatif Laabi

Politics - General

Kings and Sultans

Ministers, militants, politicians and others

* André Azoulay, Counsellor to late king Hassan II and king Mohammed VI (Jewish ethnicity)
* Driss Basri, former Interior minister
* Mohamed Benaissa, foreign minister
* Mehdi Ben Barka, an assassinated politician
* Ahmed Boukhari, A former agent of the Moroccan Secret Service
* Abdellatif Filali, foreign minister 1985-1989; prime minister 1994-1998.
* Omar Kabbaj, a diplomat
* Driss Jettou, prime minister 2002-present
* Ahmed Osman, a former party leader
* Fathallah Oualalou, a government minister
* Abraham Serfaty, a political activist (Jewish ethnicity)
* Abderrahmane Youssoufi, prime minister 1998-2002

Royal Family members

* Lalla Meryem, daughter of Hassan II
* Moulay Rachid, son of Hassan II
* Lalla Latifa Hammou, mother of king Mohammed VI
* Lalla Asma, daughter of Hassan II
* Lalla Hasna, daughter of Hassan II
* Moulay Abdallah, brother of Hassan II
* Moulay Hicham, son of Moulay Abdallah
* Lalla zineb, daughter of Moulay Abdallah
* Lalla Abla bint Tahar, wife of Mohammed V and mother of Hassan II

Religious leaders

* Ahmad ibn 'Ajiba
* Ha-Mim
* Ilyâs ibn Sâlih
* Isaac Alfasi
* Muhammad al-Jazuli
* Raphael Berdugo
* Salih ibn Tarif
* Sidi Ahmed al-Tidjani

Scientist, Philosophers

* Driss Abouabdillah
* Muhammad al-Idrisi
* Mohammed Abed Al-Jabri
* Averroes
* Paul Benacerraf, philosopher (Moroccan father)
* Baruj Benacerraf, immunologist nobel prize (Moroccan father)
* Baruj Benacerraf
* Merieme Chadid

Sportspeople

Athletes

* Said Aouita
* Hasna Benhassi
* Nezha Bidouane
* Brahim Boulami
* Hicham El Guerrouj
* Nawal El Moutawakel
* Jaouad Gharib
* Salah Hissou
* Adil Kaouch
* Zahra Ouaziz
* Rashid Ramzi
* Khalid Skah
* Badr Hari

Footballers

* Aziz Bouderbala
* Nourdin Boukhari
* Marouane Chamakh
* Youssef Chippo
* Bouchaib El Moubarki
* Mustapha Hadji
* Youssef Hadji
* Mustapha Hadji
* Houssine Kharja
* Noureddine Naybet
* Adil Ramzi
* Hoalid Regragui
* Youssef Safri
* Jawad Zairi
* Badou Zaki
* Merouane Zemmama

Tennis players

* Karim Alami
* Hicham Arazi
* Younes El Aynaoui

Writers

ee also

* List of Morocco-related topics
* People born in Casablanca


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