Nahed El Sebai, an Egyptian actress, was born on May 25, 1987 in Cairo, the capital of Egypt.
Biography and life story of celebrity in English.
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Name: Nahed El Sebai
Name in Arabic: ناهد السباعي
Full real name: Nahed Medhat El Sebai
Country of nationality: Egypt
Date of birth: May 25, 1987
Place of birth: Cairo, Egypt
Age: 35 years old (in 2022)
Astrological sign: Gemini
Genre: Drama, Cinema
Years of activity: 2003 – until now
Father: Medhat El Sebai
Mother: Nahed Farid Shawqi (Producer)
Biography, Life story
Nahed El Sebai was born on May 25, 1987 in Cairo, the capital of Egypt, into a distinguished film family. She is the daughter of Egyptian director (Medhat El Sebai) and Egyptian producer (Nahed Farid Shawky), granddaughter of artist Farid Shawqi and artist Hoda Sultan, and her aunt actress Rania Farid Shawqi.
Nahed El Sebai studied mass media at October University for Modern Sciences and Arts (MSA), and participated in a number of film and television works. She also participated in an international film entitled (After the Battle), which won the Cannes Festival in 2012. It is worth mentioning that she received lessons at the artist’s workshop (Mohamed Sobhi). Which helped her to progress in acting greatly.
List of works – Filmography
Tell Ya Scheherazade (2009), 678 (2010), After the Battle, X-Large, 18 Days (2011).
A Female Cry (2007), 7 Happiness Street (2008), Al Hara (2010), The University (2011), Vertigo (2012) Fawazeer Selaselico, That (2013), The Seven Commandments (2014) Empire of Maine (guest guest in one episode, 2014) Saray Abdeen (2014).
From the look of an eye (2003), I say action, Basra (2008), an hour and a half (2012), guava theory (2013).
Awards and Honors
For her role in the movie (678), she won the Jury Prize from the Asia-Pacific Festival in Australia, with actresses Nelly Karim and Bushra, in addition to her nomination for the Best Actress Award at the same festival, and she also won the second best female role award from the Foundation of the African Film Festival in Khouribga. In Morocco, in addition to a certificate of appreciation from the jury of the 59th Catholic Center for Egyptian Film Festival, and a certificate of appreciation presented to her by the United Nations Foundation for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women in partnership with the Safe Cities Initiative, which seeks to end violence against women and girls.
For her role in the movie After (The Battle), she won the award for Best Actress in a Second Role at the 39th Annual Film Association Festival for Egyptian Cinema.
She has received awards and nominations from several festivals, such as the Cannes Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival in Italy, the Valencia International Festival in France, the Carthage Festival in Tunisia and the Luxor Festival for Egyptian and European Cinema.