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Kal Naga

Egyptian actor

Kal Naga is ...


Born 2 November 1966 in Cairo
Age 56 years, 5 months

Sex or gender male
Country of citizenship Egypt
Occupation actor, film director, film producer, film actor and television actor
Height 1.89m (6'2")
Notable work Microphone, Heliopolis and Villa 69
Position held UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
Twitter username kalnaga
Educated at Ain Shams University

About Kal Naga

Kal Naga: The Egyptian Actor with a Global Appeal

Kal Naga was born on November 2, 1966, in Cairo, Egypt. He grew up in a family of artists, with his father being a renowned painter and his mother a talented actress. Naga inherited their artistic genes and pursued a career in acting, becoming one of the most recognizable faces in Egyptian cinema.

Naga's acting career started in the early 1990s, with his first role in the TV series "Al-Tagroba Al-Denmarkia" (The Danish Experience). He quickly gained popularity for his good looks, charm, and acting skills, and went on to star in many successful films and TV shows, including "El-Hob El-Awwal" (The First Love), "El-Sefara Fel Omara" (The Embassy in the Building), and "El-Banat" (The Girls).

Naga's talent and versatility as an actor have earned him critical acclaim and numerous awards, including the Best Actor Award at the Cairo International Film Festival for his role in "El-Khaleya" (The Cell). He has also been recognized internationally, with his films being screened at prestigious film festivals such as Cannes and Venice.

Apart from his acting career, Naga is also known for his activism and humanitarian work. He has been a vocal advocate for human rights, women's rights, and environmental issues, and has worked with various organizations to raise awareness and support for these causes.

Naga's global appeal has also led him to work in Hollywood, where he has appeared in films such as "The Citizen" and "Cairo Time". He has also collaborated with international filmmakers, such as French director Jean-Jacques Annaud in the film "Black Gold".

Despite his success and fame, Naga remains humble and grounded, always striving to improve his craft and make a positive impact on the world. He continues to inspire and entertain audiences with his talent and passion for acting.


- "Kal Naga: The Egyptian Actor with a Global Appeal" by Rania Al Malky, Arab News, 2019

- "Kal Naga: The Egyptian Actor Making Waves in Hollywood" by Mohamed El-Sawy, Egyptian Streets, 2018

- "Kal Naga: The Actor Who Wants to Change the World" by Hala El-Koussy, Cairo West Magazine, 2017

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