Arabic (Native), English (Fluent), Spanish (fluent), French (intermediate)
Shaza Moharam is an Egyptian actress, based in Cairo.
After completing her M.A. in scriptwriting at Carlos III University of Madrid and Dramatic Arts studies in Metropolis C.E. academy, she trained under renowned international coaches and casting directors including the Hubbards, Carla Hool, Laurance Rudic, Hermina Fatyol, among others.
Her most recent film credits are lead roles in “The trap”, an Egyptian-German film that premiered in Cannes Film Festival’s critic’s week in 2019 and “The giraffe”, a recently released Egyptian film that screened in Marrakech International Film Festival and Cairo International Film Festival. On stage, she played the lead part 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. In 2016, she competed amongst thousands of international actors to be shortlisted for Hollywood Immersive program in Los Angeles.