Mena Massoud’s net worth is estimated to be $2.7 million USD as of 2019.
You can’t just make anything. They have to have something in them for when the people are in the movies. I’m not just doing it because I want to.
“Mena” is an Arabic word of the feminine gender that means “Beloved”. It was the name given to him by his father after receiving a blessing from the priest at his ordination.
While he was born in Egypt and is still very close to his culture, he’s also an immigrant. He came to Canada when he was three and a half years old. He’s a Muslim now and can’t eat pork.
His first feature acting role was in 2014 when he had a guest appearance in a single episode of the television series ‘The Big C’. His first lead role was in 2016 when he had a supporting role in single episode of the television series ‘The Leftovers’.
Aladdin is a remake of the 1992 animated film of the same name. Massoud had been cast in the role of Aladdin in 2019 (it was originally scheduled for 2018).
I’ve been doing my best to keep you guys up to date with everything. I’m grateful for all the support. It’s an extra incentive for me to work harder and harder to deliver the best. The best way to repay your support. So here’s a brand new video.
Massoud is the ambassador of the Egyptian diaspora’s initiative “Speak Egyptian” which aims to protect the Arab identity of the Egyptian diaspora in particular Arab children and to highlight it on a global level.
He has an estimated net worth of $500 Thousand.
When speaking to Mena Massoud, I asked him to name the people who he would want to have on his team.
As he went through his list, I noticed these three people were on it.
Favorite Quotes from Mena Massoud
“I have some of my earliest memories of growing up with Jasmine. I was about three years old, and my parents woke me up to watch it. I think I watched it many times before I can even remember.
In an interview with GQ magazine, he admitted that sometimes the “magic” of animation can “get in the way” of the storytelling process:
I’ve been fortunate enough, as all animators are, to be able to take a character that I’ve created and go into the studio to show it off and have the director and the artists at the studio say “that’s an interesting character” and “that’s a good animation” and “that’s good storytelling.” And it’s not necessarily like that every time.
3 Life Lessons from Mena Massoud
If you want to grow into the person you want to be, keep on reading.
If you’re looking for some tips, here are some.
1. Write Down The Things That You’re Grateful For
What is funny about life is once you begin to notice the things you are grateful for, you begin to lose sight of the things you don’t have.
2. Never Doubt Yourself
You’re never going to change my opinion, just like I’m never going to change yours.
The problem isn’t in how to earn your worthiness, it’s in what we do with our worthiness once we’re able to attain it.
This Arab Muslim who is famous for playing the role of Aladdin in Disney’s live-action remake of the upcoming movie Aladdin alongside will Smith.
He earns an estimated total income of $550 thousand per year.