May Calamawy is a famous Egyptian actress, model, television personality, theatre artist, and entrepreneur from Bahrain who was born on October 28, 1986. She is well- known in the industry for her amazing acting performance in the entertainment industry. In her acting career, she has appeared in various movies and TV shows.
|Date of Birth||October 28, 1986|
|Net Worth||$1 Million-$3 Million (approx.)|
Family Members & Education –
- Father’s Name : Mohamed Calamawy
- Mother’s Name : Mrs. Calamawy
- Marital Status : Unmarried
- School : Local school
- College : Emerson College
- Educational Qualification : Graduated
Favourite Things –
- Hobbies : Not known
- Favourite Place : Not known
- Favourite Food : Not known
- Favourite Colour : Not known
Physical Stats –
- Height : 5’6″
- Weight : 50 kg
- Hair Colour : Dark Blonde
- Eyes Colour : Dark Brown
Calamawy started her career acting in short films.she is best known for her role in the TV series Ramy as Dina Hassan. Her first major film role was in 2013, when she starred in Tobe Hooper’s film Djinn, which was the first horror film to be produced in the United Arab Emirates. May is also best known for appearing in Disney + Series Moon Light as. Layla El-Faouly also began her career as a short film actress.Calamawy attended the York Arab American Comedy Festival and starred in Tobe Hooper’s film Djinn which was the first horror film to be produced in the UAE.
In May 2017 Camawy played a recurring role in the National Geographic miniseries Long road home and became a guest on the CBS FBI crime television series.
Calamawy’s most popular movies and TV shows are Moon Knight, Ramy, Djinn, Together Together, Long Road Home, Ramy: Extras, and Temperance. In 2017, she had a recurring role in the National Geographic miniseries The Long Road Home, as well as guest-starring roles in The Brave and Madam Secretary. The following year, she guest-starred in the CBS crime drama television series FBI. In October 2018, it was announced that she would have a recurring role in the Hulu comedy-drama series Ramy, playing Ramy’s sister, Dena Hassan. In 2020, she had a voice role as Ellie Malik in the video game NBA 2K21. In 2021, she appeared in the film Together, with Ed Helms and Patti Harrison. In January of the same year, it was announced she would appear in the Disney+ miniseries Moon Knight, which premiered on March 30, 2022, where Calamawy portrayed Layla El-Faouly, an Egyptian archeologist and estranged wife of Marc Spector (portrayed by Oscar Isaac). Layla was the first Arab character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.