Mohamed Shaheen

Cairo, Egypt


Mohamed Shahin is an Egyptian actor. He was born on February 13, 1980, and graduated from the faculty of commerce in Cairo University, where he started acting on stage. He then joined Khaled Galal's creative acting workshop. Shahin's film debut was in the comedy “Harem Karim” (Karim's Harem) and “Halim” in the years 2005 and 2006. His breakthrough role was in the sitcom “Tamer we Shawqeya”, in which he appeared in the complete run of four seasons and was met with praise from audience. He then formed a duo with Ahmed Mekky and co-starred with him in the series “El Kebir Awy” (The Very Grand) and the film “La Taragoa' wa La Esteslam” (No Reatreat and No Surrender) and “Sima Ali Baba” “Cinema Ali Baba”. In 2013 and 2014 he appeared in several television series that were highly successful, including “Niran Sadiqa” (Friendly Fires) and “El Sabaa Wasaya” (The Seven Commandments).