Ahmed Helmy Poster


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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 18 November 1969Cairo, Egypt

Mini Bio (1)

Ahmed Helmy made his first big screen appearance in film Aboud ala el hedoud (1999), in which he co-starred alongside Alaa Waley El Din. Ahmed, through his amazing breakthrough performance, and comic sense of humor, nabbed all the attention he needed in this film. He quickly made a jump to starring roles in films such as Omar 2000 (2000), El Nazer (2000), _El Selem We Al Thoghban_.

Ahmed first started his career, when director Sherif Arafa was watching children's programme "Leighb Eyal" on the Egyptian Satellite Broadcast, Sherif found in Ahmed the comedian actor he needed for the starring role in Aboud Ala El Hedoud. He is a 1993 graduate of the Academy of Arts, High Institute for Theatre Art. He believes that the most sophisticated role he had done yet was in the film Omar 2000, especially the scene in which he had to bury a dear friend. Ahmed's idol is his father, he finds in him the idealism, kindness and wisdom. Ahmed also admires Ahmed Zaki for his enormous acting talent. As for the comedy, he adores Adel Imam and Samir Ghanem. Ahmed finds the trend of the cinema today, now known as the "Youth Cinema", can be judged only through audiences. 'After three or four days of screening a film, audiences would know and judge the film to be a success or no, it is a matter of supply and demand, commerce, film is a commodity which applies to the terms of supply and demand'.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ahmed Rahmy

Spouse (2)

Mona Zaki (4 May 2002 - present) (1 child)
Mona Zaki (2002 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (4)

Has a daughter, Lily Helmy, by wife Mona Zaki born in 2003. Lily has never been shown to the public.
Husband of Mona Zaki.
Moved to Saudi Arabia at the age of 8, due to his father's job.
Worked as an interior decorator and later a TV director of children's shows.

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