NRJ Egypt radio station announced its guide for its shows in Ramadan، revealing that Egyptian actor Ahmed Helmy will co-star in comedy radio series “Wesh fi Wesh”، which will be broadcasted exclusively on the Radio station.
The radio series will continue throughout the holy month and will present many different issues.
Noteworthy، Ahmed Helmy is an Egyptian actor. He was born in Banha on November 18، 1969.
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 role 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 starred in "Omar 2000" (2000)، "Sahar El Layali" (Sleepless Nights) (2003)، and most recently "Assal Eswed" (Black Honey) (2010) and 2013's "Ala Gothety" (Over My Dead Body). Ahmed Helmy is married to actress Mona Zaky and they have one daughter، Leila.
Ahmed Helmy is a well-admired Egyptian Actor; he is also a Writer، a Judge at a talent show، a Producer and an Engineer، according to unicef website.
He is married to actress Mona and they have one daughter، Li Li and two sons، Selim and Younis.
Helmy has previously collaborated with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to help promote the "Food for Education" project.
With UNICEF، Helmy participated in the #FightUnfair social media campaign which started in December 2015، and aimed at shedding the light on the challenges facing children and young adults in Egypt.
The campaign tackled pressing issues like malnutrition، child labor، and poverty. Helmy focused on the suffering of children living in extreme poverty especially in rural Upper Egypt.
After being officially assigned as UNICEF Egypt Ambassadors، Ahmed Helmy and Mona were featured in two short videos promoting for ending violent disciplinary practices.
The short videos are the couple’s contribution to the national multimedia campaign to promote Ending Violence Against Children، with the focus on positive parenting، in partnership with The National Council for Childhood and Motherhood (NCCM) and supported by the European Union (EU). “Alwadna” (Our children) campaign was launched on social media to raise public awareness on the issue of positive parenting especially targeting parents، caregivers and parents-to-be. The campaign reached 80 million people.