SINGER - ACTOR - HUMANITARIAN
AMEN comes from Egypt, where Egyptian Mythology inspired him for his Performance Art. He entered the Stage at the Age of 5, and ever since his Stage was his Home. Coming from Shakespearean Theatre and Opera background, he crafted his own Vision for Pop Music and Modern Drama. He also became the youngest UN Activist, at age of 11.
His main Goal is making the 360 Entertainment Experience of invented by him – POP MYTHOLOGY, where Ancient Art impacts his Futuristic Productions. Using that as Vehicle, he is dedicated to help Refugees in Middle East and Africa, and all Others in Pain and Need, to as he says: “Shine the Light of Entertainment in Darkest Places of the World.”
AMEN works on his US Debut Pop Album, and first Hollywood Motion Pictures, One is based on the Bestselling Biography of Freddie Mercury, by acclaimed Writer – Lesley-Ann Jones.
Because of his very Theatrical Ability of Transformation into extremely different Acting Characters, which People can’t even recognize as one Actor, he is locally called – “A Man of Thousand Faces”.
mercury: Monstrous angelic
Motion Picture Introducing AMEN Ra
“I won’t be a rock star.
I will be a legend.”
1st Motion Picture about Freddie Mercury
See the Icon behind the Myth, to discover that the Myth is bigger than the World thinks.
Based on the Bestselling Biography of Freddie Mercury by Lesley-Ann Jones, titled "Mercury: An Intimate Biography of Freddie Mercury"
This Biography is revealing and intimate, based on more than 100 interviews with key figures in his life, this is the definitive biography of Queen front man Freddie Mercury, one of pop music’s best-loved and most complex figures.
As lead vocalist for the iconic rock band Queen, Freddie Mercury’s unmatched skills as a songwriter and flamboyant showmanship made him a superstar, and Queen a household name. But few people ever really glimpsed the man behind the glittering façade.
Mercury was the first major rock star to die from AIDS. Now, twenty years after his death, those closest to him are finally opening up about this pivotal figure in rock n’ roll. With unprecedented access to Mercury’s tribe, rock journalist Lesley-Ann Jones has crafted the definitive account of Mercury’s legendary life. Jones details Queen’s slow but steady rise to fame, and Mercury’s descent into dangerous, pleasure-seeking excesses. Jones doesn’t shy away from Mercury’s often colorful lifestyle—this was, after all, a man who once declared, “Darling, I’m doing everything with everyone.”
In her journey to understand Mercury, Jones traveled to London, Zanzibar, and India—talking with everyone from Freddie’s closest friends, to the sound engineer at Band Aid (who was responsible for making Queen louder than the other bands), to second cousins halfway around the world, an intimate and complicated portrait emerges. Meticulously researched, sympathetic yet not sensational, Mercury offers an unvarnished, revealing look at the extreme highs and lows of life in the fast lane.
Mercury is the most compelling, up-to-date portrait of an enigmatic entertainer who thrilled audiences around the world with a magnetism matched by few performers.
AMEN Ra dedicated his Time and Efforts since early Childhood, to as he says:
"Shine the Light of Entertainment in Darkest Places of the World."
He did use his Shows to support UNITED NATIONS, UNICEF and RSPCA.