Egyptian actors Ahmed Helmy، and Riham Abdel Ghafour will team up in Radio drama series “Lams aktaf”، which will broadcast during the holy month of Ramadan on Radio station 104.2 Nile FM.
The stars began recording their first episode yesterday، Friday.
The radio series revolves around an ambitious architect called Salah، whose project got stolen، by his colleague Yahia، after he presented it to the company's management as if it was his idea، thus conflict start between them، meanwhile، Salah attempts to defend his right to the project to get his promotion، after the Chairman of the Board of Directors decides to implement it.
-About the stars- Ahmed Helmy Ahmed Helmy was born in Banha. He graduated from the Higher Institute of Theatrical Arts. He moved to Cairo to pursue a diverse career including interior design and media production. He later on settled on the media path، working as a host for multiple TV programs mainly aired on Egyptian satellite networks. Following his successful and popular TV run، he ventured into feature films.
His first acting debut was in "Aboud Ala Hodood" (Aboud on the Borders) (1999)، which proved to be his huge breakout performance.
Since then، Helmy has become a well-established comedian and a leading man.
He's co-starred in 2000’s film "Omar 2000"، in 2003’s film "Sahar El Layali" (Sleepless Nights)، in 2010’s film "Assal Eswed" (Black Honey)، in 2013's film"Ala Gothety" (Over My Dead Body).
Reham Abdul Ghafour Reham Abdul Ghafour is an Egyptian actress. She was born in Al-Mahalla al-Kubra (Delta of Egypt) in September 6، she is the daughter of the Egyptian actor “Ashraf Abdul Ghafour”.
She studied Commerce – English section. Delicate and distinctive، she became very popular for her roles in TV and cinema.
She co-starred in many TV series like “Al-aaela wal-naas” ( Family and people)، “Hadeeth al-sabaah wal-massaa” (Day and night talk) and “Zizinia".
In cinema، co-starred in “Saaheb Sahbo" (Best friends)، “Mallaaky Eskendereyya" (Privé Alexandria)، "Kaan yowm hobbak" (The day of your love)، “Gaay fel-sareea" (I’m coming!) and “Bel-Araby Cinderella" (Cinderella in Arabic).
She also co-starred in play “Hamlet” and co-worked with Yahia al-Fakharaany in “Al-malek “Lear (King Lear).