Mohamed Saad is an Egyptian actor. His artistic career began with a small role in the series The Nile Still Flows, followed by several small roles in several films, including The Road to Eilat, in addition to the series Who Doesn't Love Fatma?. But his real breakthrough was through the character of El Lembi, which he presented for the first time in the film The Headmaster by director Sherif Arafa, then he moved with it and performed his first absolute starring in the movie E Lembi (2002). Saad's roles rolled after that, most of which depended on an eccentric character that he creates himself with strange names like Okal, Boha, Tatah, Puskas, and many others. Saad starred in the movies Mohamed Hussein, The Treasure, and My Life Is Poor.