As a member of one of Egypt’s illustrious families with unparalleled artistic heritage, Shereen Reda exemplifies elegance, grace, fierce prowess, and edge in a world of actors. Shereen began modeling at the age of 11 and turned to acting soon after. In hopes of diversifying her roles and avoiding being type-cast as the elegant, delicate girl, Shereen selectively waits for the right role to amaze her audience, as she so often does, with her edge.
Shereen started her career in the 1990s with films like Nazwa (1996) and Hassan El Lol (1997) with the legendary Ahmed Zaki. After leaving the artistic scene for a while, she made a comeback in 2008 by brilliantly playing the role of a police officer in the film Ashraf Harami.
Still going strong, Reda took part in several hit television series for three consecutive years, such as Al Safa'a (The Slap), Bidoun Zikr Asmaa (Not To Mention Any Names) and Al Morafaa (The Plea). In 2014, she surprised her fans with her memorable role in the blockbuster film The Blue Elephant (2014), which was one of the most successful films of that year in Egypt. In 2015, she stole the spotlight with her powerfully deep performance in the film Out of Order, for which she received a number of awards. Shereen’s latest TV role was in the Ramadan hit Ladaina Akwal Okhra (2018). Previously, she was selected among the jury members of the Best Arab Film competition within its 41st edition of the Cairo International Film Festival.She is now working on a number of projects, including: Al Fares film by director Mohamed Samy and Nemra Etnein TV series, which is helmed by A-list Egytpian directors, such as Tamer Mohsen, Tarek Alarian, Hani Khalifa, and Hadi Elbagoury. The new TV drama is an upcoming original by Shahid.net.