Photos with Kamal Moummad
Actor, ambassador and screenplay writer Kamal Moummad was born in Paris, France. Like every skilled artist, Kamal is multifaceted. He is fluent in English, Arabic, Spanish and his native tongue French. Since his arrival to Los Angeles, Kamal has been passionately working on his craft and developing his range as an actor. As a result of his perseverance and steadfastness, Kamal has been featured right alongside some of Hollywood's elite whether in 'Semi Pro' with Will Ferrell and Woody Harrelson, or 'My Name is Khan' with Bollywood superstar Sharukh Khan. Kamal is multi-dimensional and takes on each role with an effortless believability. Read more... He has played a cutthroat Senegalese ambassador in 'Dakar', a powerful Black Panther member in 'The Panther Heartbeat', a despondent student contemplating suicide in 'Suicidal Thoughts', an intransigent captain of the British South African Police Force in 'Reflector', and more recently a UN interpreter in Colombian director Simon Brand upcoming drama 'Default'. As the 8th child of ten siblings, Kamal is naturally passionate about family and community life. Aside from his work on the big screen, Kamal has invested a significant amount of his time into mentoring. He started a foundation called 'The 8th Wonder Endeavors' which focuses on positively engaging, empowering and educating underprivileged children through literacy, education, healthy active lifestyles, sports, art and entertainment. Kamal was invited as the guest of honor and member of the jury at the 10th Annual Agadir Cinéma and Migrations Festival. During this life changing journey to Morocco, Kamal was chosen to become the first ambassador in the United States for Touche Pas Á Mon Enfant or Hands Off My Child, a Moroccan non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against pedophilia and abuses against children in Africa and in the World today. It is safe to assume that Kamal, a global citizen and talented actor with a heart for humanity, is destined for even more greatness in the years to come.