Amber Rose Revah (born 24 June 1986) is an English actress. She was best known for playing the roles of Hala Hussein, Saddam's daughter, in the BBC/HBO series House of Saddam and Mary Magdalene in The Bible series and Son of God. Later she appeared in From Paris With Love (2010) and Aazaan (2011). She played the role of Dinah Madani in the Netflix original series The Punisher.
Revah's mother is from a Polish Jewish family, and Revah's father is of Kenyan-Asian Indian ancestry. Her maternal grandparents were forced out of Kraków during World War II, before eventually living in the United Kingdom, where her grandfather created a shipping business. She has a sister who works at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London and a brother who lives in Switzerland and works as a ski instructor.
Revah got her start in acting as a 17-year-old while still at Brunel University studying Contemporary Performance, when she joined a RADA youth group and got an agent. In 2011, Revah starred in Everywhere and Nowhere where she met her future fiancé and fellow actor Neet Mohan. In 2013, she played Vidya Khan, a young Pakistani girl, in the short murder mystery BBC series What Remains alongside David Threlfall and Russell Tovey.