Inji El Gammal, Egyptian actress, grew up in Paris, France where she studied literature and philosophy. Undistracted by the shiny elements in her medium she is able to fully invest herself in any character. She graduated from the American University in Cairo with a minor in theatre. Studied Drama therapy at the New School in New York City. El Gammal credits include the stage play” Under the tree,” played and performed in the Howard theatre of the American University in Cairo and in the Egyptian opera. Stage play “Bismillah” performed in NYC for which she won the all arts award of best feature performance in 2019.
Credits include independent film”3 Deeds,” “His man,” “Hello aurevoir,” “Postcards of the orient,” “Abdou and Saneya.” El Gammal, along with her husband launch Timewormz a New York based Production Company.
Hello Au Revoir
Film (Drama) Actress 1000 Actors from all around the World help create a very unique and groundbreaking Feature Film.
Film (Drama and Romance) Actress A young man moves in with his older sister to New York City from Cairo, Egypt. In an attempt to rebuild, this Egyptian finds himself unable to escape the negative impact of a weak state of mind. Cultural clash, religious differences, and universal dilemmas, haunt our protagonist as he struggles between the core issues underlining the East/West Struggle - conventional social structure. Written by Omar Bakry
best feature performance award. Fresh fruit festival. All arts NYC
The New School
Amercian university in Cairo