Eyad Nassar

المملكة العربية السعودية


Eyad Nassar is a Jordanian actor and director. He was born in Amman in 1974, and worked as a teacher, before switching his career to art. He started by working as an assistant director in many television series, after which he directed theater plays. Nassar's acting talent appeared strongly in the popular Syrian series “Al Amin wal Ma'moun,” after which he moved to live in Cairo and started a new phase in his career through working in Egyptian television dramas like “Sarkhet Ontha” (A Female's Cry). His breakthrough performance was that of the Muslim Brotherhood leader Hassan El Banna in the historical series “Al Gama'a” (The Community). He received wide critical acclaim for his depiction of the Brotherhood leader and earned a big fan base in Egypt. From then on, his work shifted majorly to Egyptian television series, and he went on to play successful roles in series like “Al Mowaten X” (Citizen X) and “Moga Harra” (Heat Wave). Nassar also worked in film, starring in works like “Bentein min Masr” (Two Girls from Egypt) and “Basra.”