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Mohamed Ramadan Plans to Stop Making TV Shows to Focus on Films


Mon 01 Jul 2024 | 06:18 PM
Mohamed Ramadan
Mohamed Ramadan
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Egyptian actor Mohamed Ramadan is steering away from TV productions to focus on making films.

“Making many TV shows are harmful to the artist. The more they increase, the more they become like fat in the body," he said. "Many stars such as Ahmed Zaki, Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, and Adel Emam, do not have a large TV series credit,".

"I decided to focus on cinema, and I have great TV credits such as Gaafar El Omda, Al-Ostora, Zelzal, and other successful series," he added.

The 36-year-old star made his last appearance on the small screen in the 2023 TV series "Gaafar El Omda," which succeded greatly during its premiere time.

Mohamed Ramadan

Ramadan, born on May 23, 1988, began acting while at school. He received the award for greatest nationwide talent three times consecutively – an unprecedented achievement.

He started his career with small roles in TV series like “The Cinderella” until he had his big break in Yousry Nasrallah’s “Ehky Ya Sharazad” (Tell me, Shahrazad).

The actor then went on to star in blockbusters produced by the famous Egyptian producers Mohamed and Ahmed El Sobky, which made him one of the most valuable actors in the Middle East.

He is perhaps the only Egyptian actor to have been praised by the internationally renowned actor Omar El-Sherif who stated that he had chosen him to perpetuate his acting legacy.

Ramadan began exploring rap in the past years and releasing music videos for his singles.