Latifeh Moultaka is a director and actress.
Latifeh Moultaka, was a lawyer until 1968, when she left the bar to devote herself entirely to the theater to which she devotes herself since 1961, when she founded with her husband, Antoine Moultaka the “Circle of the Lebanese Theater”. She taught drama until 1996 at the Institute of Fine Arts of the Lebanese University. She remains in the collective memory the adapter of Agatha Christie’s “Ten Little Negroes” for Lebanese television, cult series of the 70s. Her interpretations and her management work have marked a generation of Lebanese artists. She still works regularly for television.