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Nahed El Sebai - Wikipedia

Nahed El Sebai - Wikipedia

Nahed El Sebai (born 25 May 1987) is an Egyptian actress


In May 2012, like a dauntless glamorous star, actress Nahed El Sebai confidently walked the red carpet at the 65th Cannes Film Festival for the first time as one of the lead actors in Yousry Nasrallah's film Baad Al Mawkeaa (After the Battle). The film marks Egypt's comeback to the festival’s Official Competition after 15 years of absence. At the opening ceremony Nahed surprised the audience during the Cannes Film Festival photo call when she spontaneously took an unconventionally high-spirited pose and hopped up onto the podium, stealing the limelight as dozens of cameras were capturing her in one of the world's major events. 

A diligently ambitious actress, Nahed expressed in several occasions that she aspires to win an Oscar, one of the world’s most prestigious film awards, for this reason, she skillfullyselects her roles. Despite the fact that her dream is thoroughlyoptimistic, Nahed, after a fruitfully audacious fast-growing cinematic record, succeeded in entering the hall of fame when she first stepped her feet at the Cannes Film Festival. Nahed also participated in highly-acclaimed international film festivals where she garnered numerous awards and nominations. 
After giving a remarkably unforgettable performance in Yousry Nasrallah's Ehky Ya Shahrazad (Scheherazade, Tell Me a Story, 2009), El Sebai, again, fascinated the audience in her award-winning role in 678 Cairo (2010). El Sebai also starred in 18 Youm (18 Days, 2011), including a cameo appearance in Ahmed Helmy's X Large (2011), landing on Nasrallah's masterpiece Baad Al Mawkeaa (After the Battle, 2011), which was screened at Cannes Film Festival competing for the Palme d'Or.
For her outstanding performance in 678, a film which depicts the lives of 3 psychologically-tormented Egyptian women exposed to sexual harassment, Nahed received a Special Jury Award and a Best Actress nomination at the Asia-Pacific Film Festival in Australia along with her fellow lead actresses Nelly Kareem and Boushra. Nahed also received the Best Supporting Actress award at the African Film Festival of Khouribga in Morocco, in addition to a Special Jury Mention from the 59th Egyptian Catholic Center Cinema Festival, and a Certificate of Appreciation from the United Nation’s Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women in cooperation with Safe Cities initiative, which aims in making cities safe and free of violence against women and girls. Furthermore, El Sebai won the Best Supporting Actress award at the 39th Annual Festival of Egypt Film Society for her role in Yousry Nasrallah’s Baad Al Mawkeaa (After the Battle).
Being a professional actress who is very picky about her roles, Nahed, in a short span of time, could garner several awards and nominations in widely renowned and prestigious film festivals including Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, Asia-Pacific Film Festival in Australia, Valencia International Film Festival in France, Carthadge Film Festival in Tunisia, Egyptian Film Association Festival and Luxor Egyptian and European Film Festival. 
Alongside her prosperous cinematic career, Nahed also starred in a number of TV dramas including Sarkhat Ontha (A Female's Scream, 2007), 7 Sharee' Al Sa'ada (7 Joy Street, 2008), Al-Hara (The Alley, 2010), Al-Jamee'a (The University, 2011), Vertigo (2012), Zaat (2013), in addition to her remarkable role as Marmar in Al-Saba' Wasaya (The Seven Commandments), her appearance as a guest star in Embratoryet Min? (Whose Empire Is This?) with Tunisian actress Hend Sabry and the historic TV drama Saray Abdeen (Abdeen Mansion) in 2014.
Although she has studied Mass Communication at October University for Modern Science and Arts (MSA), Nahed’s passion for acting propelled her to change her path and pursue the world of arts and acting. El Sebai started her acting career by playing a number of minor roles where she exhibited an astounding savvy talent to be finally cast in authentically significant roles. Aspiring to enhance her acting skills, she was and still attending a number of acting workshops, one of which was mentored by veteran Mohamed Sobhy, inside and outside Egypt. 
Born to a veteran artistic family, as her grandparents are Farid Shawky and Huda Sultan whereas her parents are Director Medhat El Sebai and Producer Nahed Farid Shawky, Nahed prefers to establish herself as an innate talented actress without being connected to her family. 
Being a resolutely unconventional daring star whose fervent spirit is never bored of embarking on new adventures, Nahed insists on learning new languages and various crafts.
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