Khaled El Sawy is an Egyptian actor. He was born in Alexandria in 1963. He studied law at Cairo University, and started acting while at college on the university's theater, and after graduating in 1985, he studied directing at the Academy of Arts till 1993. El Sawy then started...Read more working as an assistant director on the film “Samaka we Arbaa' Oroush” (A Fish and Four Sharks), then as a director for several of the Nile International network's satellite channels. El Sawy co-founded the Egyptian Foundation for Theater Enthusiasts. He wrote the plays “Haflet Maganin” (Crazy Party) and “Operette El Darfil” (The Dolphin Operette), for which he won the Taymour Award for Theatrical Ingenuity in 1991 and 1992 respectively. El Sawy's career includes a variety of distinct roles on film, including “Emaret Yacoubian” (Yacoubian Building), “Keda Reda”, “Cabaret”, “El Farah” (The Wedding) and “El Feel El Azraq” (The Blue Elephant). He also starred as a lead in television series like “Tofahet Adam” (Adam's Apple) and “Khatem Suleiman” (Suleiman's Ring).