Muhammad al-Qass, the hero of the series “Rashash”, who appeared in the role of “Major Badr”, announced that he had obtained Saudi citizenship.
The priest said through his account on Twitter: “I express my highest thanks, gratitude and loyalty to the lord of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and to his faithful Crown Prince, His Highness, the inspiring and rejuvenated Prince, Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, for my honor and honor by granting me the Saudi nationality. I pledge to God that I will serve my religion, my king, and my country.”
And he continued: “And after I thank God and thank him first and foremost, for the great blessing of Saudi Arabia, my holding this great nationality is a mandate before it is an honor and a privilege. I pray to God to help me perform its duty.”
Part of the scenes from the series “Rashesh”
Who is Muhammad al-Qass?
The artist Muhammad al-Qass is a Syrian actor, born in the city of Homs in 1977, but he lived in Saudi Arabia, and began his artistic career since then. Famous soap operas.
his artistic career
He began his acting career in the Riyadh Association for Culture and Arts, and presented several plays, the most important of which are “The Senegalese, The Naked Truth, The Corona”, and in 2004 he was one of the cast members chosen by director Thamer Al-Sikhan to play several roles in the series of series that he presented on the Arab Internet channel website. on the Internet, including the TV series Why Me?
After that, he starred in the TV series “The Trouble”, and his television debut has started since then, he participated in five parts of the series “Ghashamshem” for 5 years until 2010, and in the period between 2004-2010 he participated in the championship series produced by MBC, It is “Mufarreh Channel” starring Hassan Asiri and starring Fayez Al-Malki, and in 2009 he starred with the artist Habib Al-Habib, the artist Mishaal Al-Mutairi, and also the artist Asaad Al-Zahrani in the successful series “Umm Al-Hel”, which was broadcast on MBC during the height of Ramadan.
In the same year, he presented two main characters, Umm Deeb and Abu Dasa, and in the same year he participated with the artist Andre Skaff, the artist Hossam Tahsin Bey and the artist Lilia Al-Atrash in the “Bani Jan” series, and in 2010 he participated in the Comedo series by presenting the weekly comedy special sketches. Addressing social issues in Saudi Arabia and the Arab world. Critics believe that actor Muhammad al-Qass masters most of the Arabic dialects “Syria, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Lebanon, Sudan, Palestine.”
The series “Umm Al-Hale 1” made his real debut on television and his comedic role in the 2012 TV series “The Shift of the Night.” In early 2013, he participated in the Turkish film The Spider’s Web, an action and horror movie released in early 2014.