Arabic (Native), English (Fluent), Spanish (fluent), French (intermediate)
Shaza Moharam is an Egyptian actress, based in Cairo.
Her passion for the craft of acting is ever growing. After studying dramatic arts in Metropolis C.E academy in Madrid, she attended a number of workshops and masterclasses by renowned coaches and casting directors including the Hubbards, Carla Hool, Laurance Rudic, among others. Her reel covers both independent cinema and theatre. One of her first leading roles was in Pascal Rambert’s Cairo rendition of “a micro history of world economics, danced”, the opening performance of D-CAF Downtown Contemporary Art Festival 2015. Her most recent acting credit is the independent Egyptian feature film by Ahmed Magdy, “No one there”, to be released in 2018. In 2016, She competed amongst thousands of international actors to be shortlisted for the Hollywood Immersive program in Los Angeles.