Mahmoud Abd Al Moghny’s love for acting was evident from high school. After his graduation he enrolled in (the Institute of Theatrical Arts). He did this despite warnings from (those around him) that the entrance examinations are difficult and that (agency) is usually required...Read more for admission. Nonetheless, he placed his faith in God and in his talents. Among 12,000 applicants, only himself and eleven other individuals were granted admission. Throught Mahmoud’s period at the institute (he was known for his hard work ) and was regarded positively by the overlooking directors. Nonetheless, he rejected the idea that he should (act for free in the hope of making contacts here and there). Indeed he felt that his talents made him deserve something better and (chose to begin his acting career on the theatrical stage). Mahmoud’s (keen spirit, together with his outstanding talents) had driven him to act while at college. He also participated in several (festivals) including the (Experimental Theater Festival) and a few festivals held in Jordan and Italy. Mahmoud received several awards at those festivals. Mahmoud graduated from the (acting and directing division of the Institute of Theatrical arts in 2000). Thereafter, he acted in Sherif Arafeh’s film “Aboud Ala Al Hudoud”. This role made Mahmoud more familiar to cinema audiences. His debut in drama was in the television series “Al Raqs Ala Salalim Mutaharika” which was directed by Moustafa Al Shal. (?) (A fortunate coincidence of circumstances meant that he succeeded brilliantly in that role. Following that performance, Mahmoud took part in the television series “Zizinia” (where he acted alongside Jamal Abd Al Hamid. That role was followed by one in the film “Sayea Bahr”. Thereafter, he would act in the television series “Al Rimmal”. In order to film the series, Mahmoud had to stay at Al Gouna for a period of nine months. While there he did some deep thinking about his career thus far and concluded that he would revise (his methods and approach) so that he has a (deeper effect on his audiences).