Amir El Masry
Egyptian actor Amir broke new ground last November by winning the Best Actor in Film award from the Scottish branch of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA Scotland) for his role in LIMBO, in which he plays a migrant stranded in a Scottish town house with three other refugees. Acting since childhood after a chance meeting with the late Omar Sharif, Amir has played the lead in Egyptian films before graduating from London’s Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in 2013. He has appeared in Jon Stewart's directorial debut ROSEWATER as well as notable TV series such as THE NIGHT MANAGER (2016), LOST IN LONDON (2017), THE STATE (2017) and AGE BEFORE BEAUTY (2018). He also played the lead in the first American-Saudi feature THE ARABIAN WARRIOR, the soccer dram also known as SHOOT.