Amira adeeb kicks off her Hollywood Career as a soccer player in “No nation” film Egyptian artist Amira Adeeb is preparing to present her first international work in Hollywood, titled "No Nation," with American director Jeffrey Elmont who was nomined for the 2017 International Emmy Award.
The filming is scheduled to take place in Los Angeles in 2024, where Amira has been preparing for the role for over 4 months.
In the project, she portrays a girl with football skills.
Amira expressed her happiness about this step in her artistic journey, stating that she always seeks to contribute to society through the content she shares on social media or the artistic works presented on screen.
She learned to play football over the past four months in preparation for her role, embodying a girl with special skills facing various circumstances.
The story began when Jeffrey was shooting a documentary in Egypt and discovered that Amira spoke Spanish.
He invited her to audition for the new film, and she successfully secured a role. Amira's recent work includes the series "Min Gal," aired last Ramadan, alongside Ahmed Dash, Jamal Soliman, and Nadine, following her success in the series "Nekl Aam" opposite the renowned actor Mahmoud Hemida.
Amira gained significant fame on social media during the spread of the coronavirus, a period when she was studying acting in Los Angeles.
She returned to Egypt due to global lockdowns and flight suspensions, starting her drama career with the series "Wlad Nas" alongside Ahmed Wafik, Rania Farid Shawky, Sabry Fawwaz, Wafaa Sadek, and other emerging talents.
She also participated in the series "Tahqeeq," recently premiered on the Watch It platform, with Ahmed Malik, Hoda El-Mufti, Khaled Anwar, and a group of young faces.