Mohamed Ramadan

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Mohamed Ramadan, an Egyptian actor and singer, was born on May 23, 1988 in Qena, Egypt.

Biography and life story of celebrity in English.

Basic info wiki card

Name in English: Mohamed Ramadan
Name in Arabic: محمد رمضان
Nationality: Egypt
Residence: Egypt
Language: Arabic, Egyptian dialect
Religion: Islam
Date of birth: May 23, 1988
Place of birth: Qena, Egypt
Age: 34 years old (in 2022)
Astrological Sign: Gemini
Profession: Actor, Singer
Genre: Drama, Commercial Cinema
Years of activity: 2004 – present
Social status: Married
Wife: Nisreen Al-Sayed Abdel-Fattah (2012 – until now)
Sons: Hanin, Ali

Biography, Life story

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Muhammad Ramadan was born on May 23, 1988 in Qena, Egypt. He started acting in the school theater and won the best talent award at the national level three times in a row, an achievement that no other actor could achieve. He is the only Egyptian actor who was praised by the international star Omar Sharif, and the media stated that he chose him to complete his artistic career. He began his artistic career with small roles in a number of series, such as the Cinderella series, until he played a distinguished role in the movie “Ehki Ya Scheherazade”, which made some call him the new Ahmed Zaki. Then he starred in a group of films that achieved very high revenues and made him a mass star and became one of the first-class stars, the most important of which were the films Al-Almani, Abdo Mota, and Qalb Al-Assad.

Muhammad Ramadan married for the first time in 2008 until he divorced in 2012, then he married for the second time to Nisreen Al-Sayed Abdel-Fattah in 2012, and he has two sons, Hanin and Ali.

In 2019, Clip released the song (Insay), a duet with Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred, which was then filmed in France.

List of works – Filmography

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Rami Al-Etisami (2008), Tell Scheherazade (2009), Desire, Getting Out of Cairo (2011), It Happened Good, An Hour and a Half, Al-Almani, Abdou Mota (2012), Heart of the Lion (2013), Waheed Saeedi (2014), Pulling Parts (2015), Answer to Arrest (2016).


Cinderella, Street Children (2006), Hanan and Hanin (2007), High School, In Good Hands, Rummana Al-Mizan (2008), Hala and the Hidden/ Tales of Bingha, Hanem Bint Pasha (2009), The Group (2010), We Are the Students, Dawaran Shubra (2011), Carioca, The Company (2012), Ibn Halal (2014), The Legend (2016).

Radio Series

Days of Love and Madness (2010), My Love Who Are You?


The President of the Republic Himself (2014), why are you sitting? (2005).