May El Ghety talks worst trait , improving health care ,and the time she felt the most judged.


May El Ghety a rising Egyptian star that has stunned us with her roles in zodiac and banat thanawe is a woman that when you look at, you sense that there are so many layers to unravel and unfold about her as a human being first then as an actor. She’s a person with an elite sense of humor too! So the product of that and our totally unrelated questions was quite impressive.


Tell us the funniest joke you can think of?

– Me..ha ha ha.


What’s your best and worst trait?

I am quite adaptive to different environments and good with multitasking so that’s probably my best trait. my worst trait is I can get way too competitive with games (board or sports) especially when I suck at them


If your name wasn’t may what would you want your name to be?

My parents wanted to originally name me Mahitab and my nursery name tag had a typo naming me “Mia” I think eventually I would’ve liked to settle with Maya or Princess Consuela Banana Hammock

 What was a time you felt most judged?

When I’m home alone I like to pee with the door open and my dog always follows me and judgmentally stares at me the entire time but honestly who is he to talk.


What’s the hardest question you’ve ever answered?

Chocolate cake or apple pie?


When was the moment where you felt most alive?

Discovering vegan meat and Wes Anderson films, can’t even explain the dopamine rush.

If you had a warning side attached to you what would it say?


“This product is made of sensitive fabric. We recommend you to use it according to care label so that it will have a long life”


What song describes you?

Alice Phoebe Lou – SHE (Official Video)

If you could act a role that has already been done what would it be?

Audrey Hepburn as jo Stockton in Funny Face (1957)

What’s one thing you would do if you were the president?

I M P R O V E H E A L T H CAREEEEE and raise the minimum wage for public hospital doctors and nurses


Written/interviewed by Maya Darwish

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