Egyptian comedian-actor، Mohamed Henedy returns to the private theatre after 16 years of absence with theatrical comedy play “Seraa fe el villa” (Conflict in the villa).
Seraa Fe El Villa is written by Ahmad Abdalla and will be directed by director-producer، Magdy El Hawary.
The nomination for the rest of the cast is underway، as the play’s rehearsal is scheduled to take place within days.
Mohamed co-starred in a number of theatrical comedies plays on the private sector theatre stage with a large number of his generation، such as Ahmed El Sakka، Hany Ramzy، Sherif Mounir، Mona Zaki، Ghada Adel، and Yasmine Abdelaziz.
Henedy’s last theatrical comedy play was 2001’s play “Alabhanda”.
Alabhanda co-starring Alaa Wali El Din, Adel Borham, Mohamed Henedy, Ahmed El Sakka, Magda Zaki, Hany Ramzy, Dina, Sherif Mounir, Mona Abd El Ghani, Ahmed Akl, Ahmed Eid, Fathy Saad, Fatima Koshari, and others.
The play is written by Ahmed Abdullah, and directed by Samir Al Asfory, and Mohamed Fadel.
Noteworthy، Mohamed Henedy Ahmed was born in the district of Giza and earned his bachelor’s degree from the Cinema Institute in 1991.
Henedy began his career acting in the play “Doctor Za’attar” and in the television series “A’la Asl Dawar،” “Al A’rdahalgy” and “Al Bakheel wa Ana”. Around the time that Henedy made his cinema debut he also performed in some of his best known plays such as “ALabanda،” “Hazimny Ya” and “Al Mahzala Al Ardiyah.”
Moreover، Henedy succeeded in demonstrating his comedic talent through a minor role in “Bakheet wa A’deela.”
He achieved a high degree of success in the film titles “Isma’iliyah Rayeh Gayy” and “Sa’eedy fee Al Gam’a Al Amrikiyah.” Thus، Henedy was able to redefine the landscape of Egyptian cinema towards the end of the ‘90s.
Soon afterwards، Henedy was recognized as a major star with high grossing movies.