Rosaline Elbay is an Egyptian actress who has a net worth of $2 Million. She is best recognized for her performances in series like, “Ramy” and “Qabeel.” Her outstanding roles in these projects earned her a lot of popularity in showbiz.
Rosaline got her breakthrough when she was announced to be cast in the hit Netflix heist drama, “Kaleidoscope.” The best thing about the series is that viewers can watch its episodes in any order that they want. Rosaline plays the character of an explosives expert, Judy Goodwin.
This talented actress hails from Cairo, Egypt, and she now lives in New York. She had already established a solid career in the entertainment industry. Rosaline is one of the rising stars in the film and drama industry.
Rosaline Elbay’s Net Worth
Rosaline Elbay is an Actress and writer from Cairo, Egypt. She first came to the spotlight after being cast in the popular series, “Qabeel” in 2019. Her performance earned her role in some big projects including, “Ramy” and “Kaleidoscope.”
She has now broken out onto the North American scene. There is no doubt that the talented actress will continue to work and act in her native Egypt as well. She has done endorsement work for some big names such as “UNHCR.” As of 2023, Rosaline Elbay’s net worth is estimated to be $2 Million.
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Born||November 21, 1990|
Rosaline Elbay was born on November 21st, 1990, in Cairo, Egypt, to an Egyptian family. She went to an International school and then after this, she moved to the UK at the age of 18 to continue her studies.
Rosaline enrolled at Oxford University where she read Classics and earned a degree in masters in Colonial History. While studying archeology, she took up acting as a hobby.
After completing her studies at Oxford University, she attended Actors Studio in New York City. She got her MFA in Acting from LAMDA. Her acting career began in United Kingdom theater with an obsession with Shakespeare.
Although acting was just a hobby for Rosaline, she grew passionate about acting and took it more seriously. She started taking roles in professional stage shows such as “Twelfth Night,” “Flee,” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
Soon after, Rosaline was recommended for an audition in Marwan’s film, “Torab Almas” in English known as “Diamond Dust.” Her role was enough for her to introduce into the Egyptian entertainment industry.
Her next role in Egypt was an appearance in the short movie, “Fork & Knife” in which she had a starring role and premiered at the 2018 El Gouna Film Festival. Rosaline was also the subject of Massar Egbari’s music video, “Fakra.”
Around that time she was busy starring in a handful of commercials and doing some theater work too. While she was t the photoshoot of El Gouna, she met the director Karim El Shenawy and that meeting became a milestone in her career.
In 2019 the Ramadan series, “Qabeel” came out and Rosaline starred opposite Mamdouh. She played the main character of Sara and garnered rave views for her immense performance. After this, the role came for Rosaline, allowing her to be seen on a more global scale.
Since 2019 she began starring as Amani on the Hulu/A24 Films show titled, “Ramy.” This is Ramy Youssef’s award-winning series which follows a first-generation American Muslim on a Spiritual journey. The season of series premiered in 2020.
Rosaline’s role in this critically acclaimed American series definitely catapulted her to international recognition. By the end of the second season of “Ramy,” her character Amani has made some remarkably bad choices, causing damage.
Aside from her acting gigs, Rosaline got an opportunity to host the opening ceremony for the 2019 El Gouna Film Festival. In 2021 a breakout role came along for Rosaline when she was announced as a cast member of the popular Netflix series, “Kaleidoscope.”
She appeared in the series alongside the likes of Giancarlo Esposito, Tati Gabrielle, Paz Vega, Rufus Sewell, and many others. Her character on the show Judy Goodwin was an explosive expert. Rosaline has been so ecstatic about “Kaleidoscope” and the success it experienced when it aired on January 1st, 2023.
- Ramy, (Hulu/A24 Films Series, 2019)
- Qabeel, (MBC Masr series, 2019)
- Kaleidoscope, (Netflix Series, 2023)
- Al-Wafd Critics’ Choice Award, Best Supporting Actress, (2019) _ Won