Rising British Egypt star Amir al-Masry, who first appeared as a chef alongside Tom Hiddleston in the Susan Beer-directed mini-series “The Night Manager”, was cast as young Egyptian billionaire Mohamed el-Fayed. Taken in, the former Harrods owner and father of Princess Diana’s boyfriend, Dodi, reveals in the upcoming fifth season of Netflix’s “The Crown,” “Variety.”
‘Variety’ previously reported that ‘Oslo’ actor Salim Daw has been cast as the older al-Fayed.
Born in Cairo and raised in London, and inspired by Omar Sharif’s childhood memories, El Massery most recently starred in Ben Sharrock’s play ‘Limbo’, ‘Variety’, a Syrian asylum-seeker living on a small Scottish island. He received critical acclaim for his role as Report. Won a BAFTA Scotland Acting Award for the role El Massery.
El Masri has also appeared in the 2019 film ‘Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker’ as military chief Masir Trech.
nor NetflixNor are the producers of “The Crown” offering a story, but according to “Variety,” the casting of the two characters to play Al-Fayed reveals what’s next, in addition to a glimpse into the final months of Diana’s life. , the audience will be served. An important back story of an Egyptian businessman, now 93.
In 2008, the former Harrods owner ordered British security services on Queen Elizabeth’s late husband, Prince Philip, to kill Princess Diana to prevent him from marrying a Muslim man and having their child.
Al-Fayed’s son Dodi was romantically linked to Diana after they were both killed in a car accident in Paris on August 31, 1997. Her role will be played by “The Kite Runner” star Khalid Abdullah, who will star alongside Elizabeth Debicki (“Tenet”). ) as Diana in the fifth season of the show, which will hit Netflix in November 2022.
Talking about The Crown, in March 2022 it was said that props were robbed from the sets of the Netflix drama Lupine and that thieves stole more than half a million dollars worth of antiques, tools and props, which is close 4 crores Rs.
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