Mohammed Kamel is an actor, director and writer from London who is best known for playing Ali Al-Fayed on the Netflix number 1 show 'The Crown'.
He has written, directed and produced many of his own short films, including 'Honey', which first brought him to wider attention.
In his spare time he likes to give back to the community by teaching English, Martial Arts and Lion Dance in various locations around London.
Having lost his father and his beloved aunt to different forms of cancer, he is very passionate about fighting the disease and helping in any way he can to raise awareness and help raise funds in this noble fight.
Mohamed's cherished memories take him back to the pristine shores of Hurgada in Egypt, where his childhood was filled with carefree swimming and snorkeling. The immaculate, litter-free beach played a pivotal role in shaping his joyful experiences. Now, deeply cognisant of the importance of preserving our natural ecosystems, Mohammed wants to add his voice to the importance of striving for beaches that are free from litter, plastics, and pollution and understanding that the well-being of our oceans is crucial for the health of our planet.
Mohammed's commitment to safeguarding marine life extends beyond beach cleanliness, encompassing a broader understanding of sustainable practices and the urgent need to protect delicate oceanic ecosystems. His vision for future generations is one where the oceans are pristine and teeming with life.