Syrian actress Loris Kazak revealed some general features of her personal life. She indicated in an interview with “Fuchsia” that art robbed her of stability, and her heart is currently empty, but she does not reject the idea of love, but rather feels the need for someone who appreciates and respects her as an actress working in the artistic community, and she will certainly share the same feeling.
Kazak revealed that she has a “phobia” of heights, while she considered that the most scenes that she presented and affected her was a scene in the series “Dabu Al-Shanati” in the scene of her selling her own earring. She also recalled a scene in the series “Unforgettable Days”, where she embodied the character of an injured girl. She was diagnosed with epilepsy and had a severe pain attack, as the performance of the scene took a long time, and left a positive impression on the viewers.
In conclusion, she indicated that she could only be an actress, and her profession is in the way of art, as she had grown up behind the scenes of the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts, and lived in an artistic house.
It is noteworthy that the artist, Loris Kazak, finished filming her character in the series “Alley of the Jinn”, directed by Tamer Ishaq and produced by the Maher Barghali Group for Artistic Production and Distribution. It is a social drama that will be shown next Ramadan.
Kazak had spoken in a previous statement to “Fuchsia” about the impact of her father’s absence on her life, her relationship with him before his departure, and his support for her. She also talked about her relationship with her brother, the artist Wassim Kazak, and the role of her family in her success and her entry into the world of art.