Mohamed Farrag is an Egyptian actor. He was born in 1982. He joined the High Cinema Institute, but was forced to quit it and join the faculty of commerce in Cairo. He also joined Khaled Galal's acting workshop in Cairo's creativity center, and participated in the acting troupe's play “Ahwa Sada” (Black Coffee) in 2009, which premiered to widespread acclaim from audience and critics alike. He then went on to land supporting roles in television series and films, including “Elrahina” (The Hostage) and “Alf Mabrook” (Congratulations) alongside Ahmed Helmy. In 2013, Farrag made his debut leading role in the action film “El Qashah” (The Sweeper).