|Mona Zaki Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Date of Birth||November 18, 1976|
Mona Zaki is an Egyptian actor and theatre artist who has been cast in a variety of films like Africano, Mafia, Se’edi Fi El Gam’a El Amrikiyya, El Qatl El Laziz, Edhak El Sura Tetla Helwa, El Hobb El Awwal, Welad El Amm, An El Eshq W El Hawa, Ehki Ya Shahrzad, Fares Zahr El Khel, Leh Khalletni Ahebbak, Omar 2000, Ayyam Elsadat, Men Nazret En, Sahar El Layali, Taymur W Shafiqah, Men 30 Sanah, Khalti Faransa, Abu Ali, Ahlam Omrena, Dam El Ghazal, Halim, and 18 Yom. Mona Zaki is considered one of the most talented and beautiful actors in the Middle East.
Mona Ali Mohamed Zaki
Mona Zaki attended the Faculty of Mass Communication, Cairo University, where she was introduced to director Ismail Abdel Hafez.
She also spent a semester in the United States studying in New Orleans under the tutelage of Dr. Malak Abou-Hargah.
Actor, Theatre Artist
- Father – Ali Mohamed Zaki
- Mother – Tahani
5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm
64 kg or 141 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Mona Zaki has dated –
- Ahmed Helmy (2002-Present) – In the year 2002, she got married to Ahmed Helmy, an actor, comedian, film producer, TV host, and diplomat. Reportedly, she laughed hysterically when Ahmed Helmy proposed to her. The duo has been blessed with 3 children – Lily (2003), Saleem (2014), and Younis (2016).
Race / Ethnicity
She has been in adverts for Chevrolet.
Mona Zaki Facts
- She lived in Kuwait until the age of 13.
- In 2001, she was cast as Gamila in the adventure comedy film Africano.
- Mona Zaki portrayed the character of young Jehan Al Sadat, an Egyptian human rights activist who served as the First Lady of Egypt from 1970 until her husband’s assassination in 1981, in the 2001 biographical film The Days of Sadat. The film is based on the life of the President of Egypt Anwar Al Sadat.
- She co-starred as Nawal in the 2006 film Halim.
- In 2009, Mona Zaki played Hebah in the drama film Scheherazade, Tell Me a Story.
- She has also been cast in many plays such as Le’b Eyal, Ya Messafer Wahdak, Afrouto, and Keda OK.
- Her television credits include working on projects like Al Helmeya Nights, Joha Al-Masri, Afrah AlQoba, Newton’s Cradle, Number Two, etc.
Featured Image by Mona Zaki / Instagram