This life story will make you believe that even if you are nothing you can be something. This is Rami Malek (Rami Said) life story. He is a famous American actor. Born in 1981 (exactly on May 12), he came from California.
Said Malek is his father and Nelly Abdel is his mother. They were Egyptian immigrants in 1978. Malek grew up in his family’s Orthodox faith. He spoke Egyptian Arabic when he was young (at the age of 4). He has one younger brother who is absolutely his twin brother named Sami. He has one older sister, Yasmine.
Childhood was maybe his terrible moments because it was difficult for him to assimilate. He had some cultural differences, for example, his name is frequently pronounced wrong by others. However his crush has made him a great character and also doing voices.
Once, in school Malek joined the debate in the freshman year. He struggled for his arguments, therefore his teacher noted him for the dramatic interpretation and supported him to perform the Zooman and The Sign at competition.
Malek studied at the University of Evansville (Indiana) and also joined the theater community there. He learned an unearthed work ethic and developed his ability for acting. He graduated in 2003 and he received the 2017 Young Alumnus award, honored by his university because of his contribution to services to the UE and his community.
In 2004, he started to guest roles in ‘Gilmore Girls’, ‘Medium’ and ‘Over There’. In New York City theaters he found roles and performed in ‘The War at Home’. It was an American sitcom and became his first main work on TV. His excellent job ran for two periods and earned huge reviews.
He made his debut fortunately in 2006 with a fabulous role (Pharaoh Ahkmenrah) in ‘Night at the Museum’ movie. He reprised in the second movie ‘Battle of the Smithsonian (Night at the Museum Part 2)’. Both of them were successful.
Malek became actor in many variable movies such as, ‘Larry Crowne’ (2011), ‘Battleship’ (2012), ‘The Twilight Saga Part 2’ (2012), ‘The Master’ (2012), ‘Ain’t Them Bodies Saints’ (2013), ‘Short Term 12’ (2013), ‘Oldboy’ (2013), ‘Need for Speed’ (2014), ‘Night at the Museum Part 3’ (2014), ‘Da Sweet Blood of Jesus’ (2014), ‘Project X’ (2016), ‘Buster’s Mal Heart’ (2016), ‘Papillon’ (2017), ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ (2018), ‘The Ben Cobb Show’ (2019), ‘The Show Must Go On’ (2019), ‘Dolittle’ (2020), ‘The Little Things’ (2021), ‘No Time To Die’ (2021).
He is always performing with heart and truly even on the TV Show, including ‘24 (2010), ‘The Pacific’ (2010), ‘Alcatraz’ (2012), ‘The Legend of Korra’ (2012), ‘The Believe’ (2014), ‘Mr. Robot’ (2015-2019), and ‘BoJack Horseman’ (2017-2018).
For his hard work, Malek was nominated and won so many industry awards. He was nominated for Golden Globes, Satellite Awards, Screen Actors, and Emmy. He won an Emmy for Outstanding Actor in 2016. He received an award for Best Actor by Academic Award, Best Actor by Golden Globe, Outstanding Performance by Screen Actors, Best Actor by BAFTA Award.
Do you know? Malek is the first Egyptian heritage actor to win Best Actor in Academy Award. Therefore, his win was commemorated in several Egypt but also controversies for some people. Malek became one of the Most Influential People in 2019. From nothing to something, cha-cing!