Sky Studios releases the official poster for Faz, the character performed by the Egyptian-British actor Fady ElSayed in Gangs of London 2 series. It is scheduled to release on October 20th, 2022. It is a British-American co-production between Sky Studios, AMC Networks, and Pulse Films.
Complementing the events of the first season, the events of Gangs of London 2 take place in the underworld, a year after the death of Sean Wallace and after the violence and rupture of the city of London by a group of international mafia gangs and drug dealers. So who will be able to win and dominate this multicultural city finally? That’s what the events of the series will reveal.
The series is directed by Gareth Evans, who won many international awards for films such as SERBUAN MAUT and APOSTLE, and co-written by Matt Flannery, who won international awards for the film SERBUAN MAUT 2.
Fady ElSayed co-stars alongside a star-studded cast; Sope Dirisu, nominated for many international awards as Best Actor for the film HIS HOUSE; Lucian Msamati, the BAFTA nominee as Best Actor for film KIRI. In addition to Narges Rashidi, the winner of the international award as Best Actor for film UNDER THE SHADOW, Paapa Essiedu, the international awards nominee as Best Actor for film MAY DESTROY YOU, Michelle Fairley, famous for her roles in GAME OF THRONES and NOBODY HAS TO KNOW, Brian Vernel, famous for his roles in DUNKIRK and PAPILLON and Orli Shuka, famous for his roles in HYENA and SAVE ME.
Fady ElSayed is a British-Egyptian actor who marked his breakthrough in MY BROTHER THE DEVIL and propelled his name for a Best British Newcomer award nomination at the BFI London Film Festival. Soon he starred in several international films, including PENNY DREADFUL, starring Eva Green, CLASS, derived from the well-known adventure series DOCTOR WHO, and RIVER TV series, starring renowned Swedish actor Stellan Skarsgård.
In addition to his participation in A PRIVATE WAR, starring Rosamund Pike and directed by Matthew Heineman, and the Danish film DANIEL by director Niels Arden Oplev. Also, he has participated lately in BAGHDAD CENTRAL and LITTLE BIRDS.