Continuing its role in championing the Arab world's acting talents, MAD Solutions announced the joining of three more up-and-coming actors; Sudanese actress Bunna Khalid (You Will Die at Twenty), British-Egyptian actor Fady Elsayed (My Brother The Devil), and Egyptian actress Mayan El Sayed (Banat Sanawy, Harb Karmooz).
MAD Rising Celebrity has previously announced offering its services to a list of prominent acting talents, namely; Fares Landalousi (Tunisia), Fatima AlBanaway (KSA), Sarrah Abdelrahman (Egypt), Tara Abboud (Palestine-Jordan), and Mohammad Nizar (Jordan).
All rising celebrities’ information and recent updates are now available on MAD Rising Celebrity's official website that has officially launched:
Bunna Khalid | Sudan
Sudanese actress Bunna has previously stirred a huge buzz through her astounding performance in director Amjad Abu Alala's You Will Die at Twenty, which reaped a plethora of international awards and has been picked as Sudan’s official submission to the 2021 Academy Awards for the Best Foreign Language Film category, and during her notable presence on the red carpet at the El Gouna Film Festival in 2020. Currently, she is marking her first steps towards the Egyptian TV industry through starring in the TV drama King Ahmose. The series marks one of Egypt’s big-budget productions in 2021, and is based on the celebrated book The Struggle of Thebes by the Nobel Laureate writer Naguib Mahfouz. Starring Amr Youssef and Saba Mubarak, the film is co-written by Khaled Diab and Sherine Diab, and directed by Hussein El Menbawy.
Fady ElSayed | Britain-Egypt
Fady ElSayed is a British-Egyptian actor who marked his breakthrough in My Brother the Devil that propelled his name for a Best British Newcomer award nomination at the BFI London Film Festival. Fady’s talent caught the attention of several international filmmakers and soon he starred in a number of international films, including: Penny Dreadful starring Eva Green, in which he played the role of a vampire, Matthew Heineman’s A Private War, starring Rosamund Pike, and Danish film Daniel by director Anders W. Berthelsen, in addition to other film and TV projects.
Mayan El Sayed | Egypt
After a remarkable performance in Banat Sanawy film in 2020, Mayan El Sayed is set to take part in three other TV hits during 2021: Hajmatan Murtada by director Ahmad Alaa Aldeeb; starring Ahmed Ezz and Hend Sabry, Tamer Mohsen’s Crossroads; starring Mona Zaki, and Harb Ahliya by director Sameh Abd El-Aziz; starring Youssra. Mayan made her first foray into acting through a number of TV series in 2016, including Abu Al-Banat, Al-Moghany and El Ab El Rohi, followed by Zel El Raees, Kaeno Embareh, Fekra B'million Geneh, and Viu's first original, Zodiac. She also starred in the box-office hit Harb Karmooz in 2018.