Beirut – Soraya Shaheen – Egyptian actress Mai Omar achieved wide fame shortly after joining the acting field, thanks to her talent and beautiful features.
Mai Omar was born on October 10, 1988, meaning that she is currently only 33 years old, and she graduated from the Department of Journalism and Media at the American University in Cairo.
The Egyptian star began acting through her participation in the series “Hekayat Hayat”, then “Kalam on Paper”, followed by several distinguished dramas.
Recently, accounts interested in art and celebrity news, through Social Media, re-published a video clip of the Egyptian artist Mai Omar, from one of her series, in which she appeared while dancing with great boldness.
The re-publishing of Mai Omar’s dance link, in which she seemed to shake her buttocks with great boldness, coincided with the end of the episodes of her new series, “Lu’lu”, which had a large viewership, in the Arab world.
On the other hand, the Egyptian artist, Mai Omar, revealed her painful experience with her father’s illness, when she was twenty.
Mai Omar explained, during her episode with the artist Ahmed Zaher, on the “Frankly With” program on the mbc channel, that she was “surprised one day that her father was exposed to hepatic hemorrhage, which necessitated a liver transplant during a maximum period of six months, so they tried to find a place for the transplant to take place quickly. Because this process requires staying on waiting lists in hospitals for a long time.”
And she added that she traveled with her parents to China, where they settled on the place of the operation, and lived in the hospital for eight whole months, in psychological suffering, during which she learned the Chinese language to be able to read medical analyzes and reports, and she had a great burden of concealing any negative result from her father. So that his psyche is not affected and therefore immunity is affected.
It is noteworthy that he recently showed Mai Omar the series “Lulu”, which is from her story, script and dialogue by Mohamed Mahran, directed by Mohamed Abdel Salam, supervision of writing and directed by Mohamed Sami, and co-starring Ahmed Zaher, Nermin El-Feki, Mohamed Al-Sharnoubi, Naglaa Badr, Edward.