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Ahmad Nady was born on 31 December, 1981 in Cairo, Egypt, is an Egyptian political cartoonist, comic artist and activist. At 39 years old, Ahmad Nady height not available right now. We will update Ahmad Nady's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Cartoonist, Comics artist
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 31 December 1981
Birthday 31 December
Birthplace Cairo, Egypt
Nationality Egyptian

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Children Hamza and Khadija

Ahmad Nady Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Ahmad Nady worth at the age of 39 years old? Ahmad Nady’s income source is mostly from being a successful Cartoonist. He is from Egyptian. We have estimated Ahmad Nady's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Cartoonist

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Ahmad Mohammad Nady (Arabic: أحمد محمد نادي ‎) is an Egyptian political cartoonist, comic artist and activist. Belonging to a family of artists, Nady began his career early on, steadily rising to become one of the best known comic artists in Egypt at a young age. He has drawn political cartoons since an early age, and since the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, has become increasingly active in this area of work, garnering a significant reputation for the boldness of his work.

Nady joined the 2011 revolution from the very beginning, participating politically at Tahrir Square and drawing cartoons on the spot, inviting those around him to suggest ideas and captions. He was one of the many people who camped out in Tahrir Square and was hit by a rubber bullet on January 28 during the violent clashes with the police. He also was attacked by members of the "Popular Committees" due to the propaganda by state owned media, which claimed that the protesters had a "foreign agenda".

When asked about what should be done with National Democratic Party headquarters set on fire during the 2011 revolution, Nady praised the idea of turning the headquarters into a centre that holds cultural activities, saying, "It should be a place for workshops of all artistic fields inviting all artists from all over Egypt".


Nady participated in the 2008 Egyptian general strike and, for a time, in Mohamed ElBaradei's presidential campaign.


While steadily advancing as a comic artist, Nady began entering the realm of political cartoons. In 1996, he won third place in a UNESCO exhibition, "Where We Live", and in 2004, participated in an art exhibition organized by the Artists' Syndicate in solidarity with Palestine. He promoted comics and cartoons by setting up numerous workshops across Egypt, including at least one in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina. He has also won three awards from deviantArt, an online community of artists.


According to Nady, his first published cartoon was political. The cartoon was made during the Gulf War, while Nady was in elementary school, and it portrayed Sindbad hitting Saddam Hussein on the head, saying, "You've made the children of the world hate me now that they know I'm an Iraqi." In 1992, at barely 11 years of age, he won his first award in a workshop at the Mahmoud Mukhtar Museum. The following year, he was given the best caricature award by a caricature magazine.


Nady was born on December 31, 1981, into a family of artists. His father, Mohammad Nady, was a cartoonist and his mother, Iman Ezzat, is a sculptor and writer. In addition to his parents, Nady has cited his childhood and upbringing in the 10th of Ramadan City as an early influence in becoming an artist. As a child, he was an avid reader of comic books and magazines and he would occasionally create comics about his relatives, basing his characters on their features.