(Born 2nd August 1990) is a British award winning actor. Born in Cairo, raised in London, Amir has had leading roles in Egyptian films 'El-Talata Yeshtaghlonha' and 'Ramadan Mabrouk Abu El Alamein Hamouda'- the latter earning him Best Young Actor at the Egyptian Oscars in 2009 and national acclaim.
After studying Criminology and Sociology at Royal Holloway, he went on to train at the prestigious drama school LAMDA, graduating early in 2013 to star alongside Gael Garcia Bernal and Kim Bodnia in Jon Stewart's debut feature 'Rosewater'. Shortly after wrapping in Jordan, he returned to the UK and landed the lead role of Bolts in the BBC 3 comedy 'Rude Boys'.
'His breakout role came in early 2016 from the critically acclaimed mini-series 'The Night Manager' alongside Tom Hiddleston, Hugh Laurie and Olivia Colman for BBC and AMC.
Amir has since starred in various critically acclaimed projects, establishing himself as an emerging British talent.
Besides his stage and screen work, Amir has also done various radio plays for BBC Radio 3&4.'