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Egyptian Actress May Elghety To Star In Disney Series

May Elghety, the talented Egyptian actress, has announced her upcoming role in Disney's animated series "Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire". This sci-fi series, inspired by Africa's diverse cultures and histories, promises to bring viewers thrilling stories of advanced technology, aliens, spirits, and monsters from a uniquely African perspective.

Elghety, who has won critical acclaim for her performances in several TV series and films, took to Instagram to express her excitement and honor at being part of the project. The 24-year-old actress is currently filming for the British movie "Due Dating," which is directed by Daniel Pacquette and written by Jade Asha.

Born to renowned TV presenters and writers Mohamed Elghety and Mona Barouma, May Elghety began her acting career as a child artist. Her outstanding performance in the controversial TV series "El-Kaserat" earned her the Best Upcoming Actress award at the Arab Drama Festival in 2013.

Since then, Elghety has starred in several successful productions, including "Clash" in 2016, "Taye'a" in 2018, and "Every Week Has A Friday" in 2020. Her most recent film, "MAMA," premiered at the Cairo International Film Festival in 2022.

"Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire" is a 10-part anthology that promises to bring together rising animation talents from six African nations. The series features an impressive production team, with Oscar-winning director Peter Ramsey serving as executive producer and Cape Town-based animation house Triggerfish leading the studio. Egyptian director Ahmed Teilab has also joined the writing and directing team for the series.

The show is set to premiere on Disney+ this year and is sure to delight audiences with its captivating storytelling and stunning visuals. "Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire" is yet another feather in the cap of May Elghety, who continues to prove herself as one of the most talented and versatile actresses of her generation.

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