Hanane Fadili, a comedian and actress, daughter of the late Aziz El Fadili who was an actor and puppeteer, began her career at a very young age due to her artistic surroundings and talent.
Hanane Fadili joined Tayeb Seddiki's troupe for a role in the play "We are made to get along", performed at UNESCO and the Arab World Institute. She gained recognition in 1990 through Morocco's 2M channel as a comedian, achieving success in several humorous programs.
Unsatisfied with television, she transitioned to the stage, debuting her first one-woman show "Telle est Hanane" in 1993 where she played more than 22 characters.
In Paris, she performed over 100 shows in 1999 to celebrate the Time of Morocco in France, which earned her passages on Canal+, France2, and TF1.
In 2010, she became a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF.