Myriam Fares (Arabic: ميريام فارس mīryam fāris; born 3 May 1983) is a Lebanese singer, dancer, actress and entertainer. She is recognized across the Middle East as one of the only Arab female artists who performs choreographed dance routines while singing, and was thus titled “Queen of Stage” by Arab media. She has released 5 studio albums to date, with several chart-topping singles including her debut “Ana Wel Shou”, “Nadini”, “Moukanah Wein”, “Mosh Ananiyya”, “Eih Elli Byohsal”, and “Nifsi A’oulhalak”. In 2010, Myriam starred in her own Ramadan TV show, “Fawazir Myriam”, during which she performed dance routines and comedy skits for 30 episodes. The show received largely positive reviews for her dance performances and elaborate multicultural choreography. She was nominated by Google as its Middle East ambassador in 2012. Myriam made her acting debut with the TV soap opera Itiham released in 2014. Later that year, she performed live in Disney’s musical Peter Pan in the United Arab Emirates, playing the role of Tinkerbell. She broke a record on the music streaming service Anghami for most played artist and most played album for her fifth album Aman.