|Is||Actor Singer Television presenter|
|Type||Film, TV, Stage & Radio Music|
|Birth||31 October 1982, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates|
Mais Abdel-Jabbar Hamdan Selim (Arabic: ميس عبد الجبار حمدان سليم, born October 31, 1982), better known as Mais Hamdan (Arabic: ميس حمدان), is a Jordanian actress, singer and TV presenter. Her sisters are Mai Selim and Dana Hamdan.
Mais Hamdan was born in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates to a Jordanian father of Palestinian descent, and a Jordanian-Lebanese mother. She graduated from the Faculty of Commerce – English Section, Cairo University.
Hamdan started her career through the comedian TV show CBM which was aired on MBC, she was also the presenter of the TV show Meyya Mesa and Sister Soup with her sisters Mai and Dana.
In 2004, Hamdan started her TV career in Khareta Am Rakan and Sawalef Hareem, and Qerqee'aan in the next year. 2006 witnessed her film debut, she played the role of "Jameela" in the Egyptian film Zarf Taree (Emergency Case) alongside Ahmed Helmy and Nour, and the Saudi film Keif al-Hal?
In April 2020, her TV commercial for Cottonil was banned due to her mentioning of "underwear".