Maged Mohamed, son of Egyptian parents, was born in Mekka (Saudi Arabia) and started his ballet training at the age of 8. Following his graduation from the higher Institute of Ballet in Cairo (Egypt) he received a scholarship prize in 1998/1999 from the UNESCO Art Foundation to participate at the school of Associazione Balletto Classico in Reggio Emilia ( Italy). Additionally, he graduated also from the Fine Arts University. He received his first engagement with the Cairo Oper Ballet Company at the age of 16, where by the age of 17 he got promoted to Soloist. After this he joined in 1998 ABC (CosiStefanescu) in Reggio Emilia (Italy). In 2000 he worked as a Soloist with the Staatstheater Meiningen, before being engaged as a soloist with Staatstheater Chemnitz. Following this he danced with the Ballet of the Semperoper Dresden during five seasons. In 2008 he was offered a contract with the Bavarian State Ballet which he joined untill 2015. Trough the severals engagments and contracts Mr Mohamed experienced in his career, he gathered huge repertoire and performing experiences enriched of classical, neo-classical, modern and contemporary dance. He has performed some of the most notable works from Petipa, Ashton, Lawrovsky, Cranko, Bejart, Tetly, Lassini, Cunningham, Sir MacMillan and many more. He has been working with major choreographers such as: Uwe Scholz, John Neumeier, William Forsyth, Jiri Kylian, Vladimir Derivianko, Matz Ek, Arzure Barton.
Mr Mohamed started also choreographing. Some of his works: Saturday Night, Haydn Sonata, Violoncellist, A Swan, Heinrich dances, A Prayer ( Ravel ), Paradise, Glory of Earth, Beauty of death, Guntai. Some of his choreographies got special mentions and awards.
Also interested in other art forms he dedicated himself into film works. Among those : 7 years before (Best cinema photography award at the Around Film international Festival Berlin, Best short story film at the LAIFFA Hollowed / Los Angeles festival and the Marbella/Spain festival) Till dusk (International Ballett Gala in Salzburg /Austria April 2016, Best director at the Sea Dance film, best director for short foreign film at the Nizza International film competition)