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Ahmed El Sakka Biography

Ahmed El Sakka was born as Ahmed Mohamed Salah El-din El-Sakka on March 1, 1973, in Cairo, Egypt. Ahmed El Sakka is an Egyptian action actor. He made his debut when he appeared in popular series like Nesf Rabeea El-Akhar.

The role that introduced him to a large audience was a co-starring role with actor Mohamed Henedi in Sa’edi fe el gama’a el amrekiya-Egyptian Arabic for “A Country Man in the American University” in 1998.

The following year he co-starred with Mohamed Henedi in Hamam fi Amsterdam but in a larger role of the tough guy, which seemed to be his role in most of his hit movies afterward. His next films were all action movies where he played the main character.

Probably the most famous of these movies is Mafia in 2002, which was a big success for El Sakka and is considered by many as one of the best action actors in the history of Egyptian movies.

Ahmed El Sakka Age

Ahmed El Sakka is 46 years as of 2019. He was born on 1 March 1973.

Ahmed El Sakka Wife & Children

He got married in 1999 to Maha Al-Saghir. The couple has three children Nadia, Hamza and Yaseen.

Ahmed el-Sakka and his wife Maha Al Sagheer were rumer to be getting a divorce. but during their son Yasein college graduation ceremony the couples were seen together.

This is not the first time the duo was hit with rumors about their divorce، nor was it the first time Yasein denied these baseless rumors.

Ahmed El Sakka Height

Ahmed el-Sakka has a height of 5′ 9½” (177 cm), his Eyes are Dark brown and he has Dark brown hair.

 

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Ahmed El Sakka Movies & Tv Show

1. Horrob Etrary 2017
2. 30 Years Ago 2016
3. The Gezeira 2 2014
4. Baba 2012

5. Al Maslaha 2012
6. Ibn El Konsol 2010
7. El Dealer 2010
8. Ibrahim Labyad 2009

9. The Gezeira 2007
10. Taymour We Shafika 2007
11. An El Eshq Wel Hawa 2005
12. Harb Italia 2005

13. Tito 2004
14. Mafia 2002
15. African 2001
16. Ayyam El Sadat 2001

17. Short we Fanellah we Cap 2000
18. Hammam Fi Amsterdam 1999
19. Saeedi Fi El Gamaa El Amrekiia 1998
20. Harmonica 1996

21. The Island 2007
22. The Deal 2012
23. Critical moments since 2007
24. Tarweed El-Sharesa since 1996

25. Alf Leila Wa Leila since 1995
26. Maa Martabet El-Sharaf since 1987
27. Zezenia Television show since 1997

28. Man Allazi La Yoheb Fatma since 1993
29. Nesf Rabee AlAkhar since 1996
30. Rodd Kalby since 1998
31. El-Cinderella since 2006
32. Harmonica 1996

Ahmed El Sakka 2019

On 18 August 2019: Megastar Ahmed resumed filming his new movie “El-Ankaboot” (Spider) on Aug. 18 after stopping for a week due to the Eid al-Adha holidays. The star filmed numerous scenes on Imbaba and Rawd al-Farag bridges. With his new film, Sakka returns to the spotlight after a hiatus of one year and a half, since his last film “Horoob Eterary” (Forced Escape).

Sakka is scheduled to shoot several scenes in October City, with the participation of Egyptian star Mona Zaki and Tunisian star Dhaffer L’Abidine who recently joined the cast. The film is prepared to form a state of thrill and suspense, for which Sakka’s films are commonly known. The film includes dangerous action scenes performed by Sakka without the use of a stuntman.

Director Ahmad Nader Galal is still making the remaining contracts, where he has drawn up a list of the actors to be contracted. He wanted to start filming in the presence of his main stars and postponed the rest of the contracts after the Eid al-Adha holidays.

Sakka’s last film,“Horoob Eterary” (Forced Escape), co-starring Amir Karara, Ghada Adel, Fathy Abdel Wahab, Mostafa Khater, Ahmed el Away, and a wide number of guest of honors including Ahmed Helmy, Ahmed Fahmy, Ahmed Zaher, Iman el Assi, Mohamed Farrag, Mohamed Shaheen, Bayoumi Fouad and late Ezzat Abu Auf, was written by Mohamed Sayed Bashir and directed by Ahmed Khaled Mousa.

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Ahmed El Sakka Interview

Ahmed El Sakka with Soula Mohamed Fouad, Ahmed Fahmy Part 2

Source: http://www.egypttoday.com

CAIRO – 22 June 2017: Ahmed El Sakka is a renowned Egyptian star who first appeared in popular TV series “Nesf Rabeea El-Akhar” (“Half of the Other Spring”), and then co-starred with Mohamed Henedi in “Sa’eedi fil Gamaa el–Amrekeia” (“A Country Man in the American University”).

Sakka: It wasn’t planned at all. I found a great movie script then a great series script, so I agreed as I didn’t mind filming both in one year. I wish I can get positive feedback for both productions.

ET: “Horob Edtrary” was written in 2005 and will be released in 2017. Why is it so late coming out?

Sakka: We had special circumstances and complications, but the good movie found its way in the end.

ET: You are always patient when it comes to choosing a movie, but it took you only a week to decide to take this role. Why?

Sakka: I always choose with my heart and I go for the script which touches my heart first. When I read the script, I felt it has a good story as well as being a commercial film. Also, the crew, synopsis, production and directing encouraged me. Moreover, its scenes are very catchy and include a lot of suspense.

ET: What are the most dangerous scenes you did in this movie?

Sakka: The scene where I was falling from a 47-floor building was the most dangerous scene I’ve ever done. These scenes are prepared accurately and there is always a professional crew responsible for my safety as an actor.

ET: What about the human attributes of Sakka?

Sakka: I love people so much, which is why I always try to help them. I care about my reputation more than stardom.

ET: Do you always think about being number one?

Sakka: 1 is my birth date, me and my dad have the same birthday which is March 2, but number 1 is Allah, isn’t he?

ET: Will your son, Yasseen, be a movie star as well?

Sakka: Yasseen is naturally talented, but I will let him choose his way and do whatever he wants. I care most about bringing up three good children.

ET: What title do you prefer most… King of Action or Knight of Cinema?

Sakka: smiles Allah is the only King, and the knight is the great actor Ahmed Mazhar.