Ahmed El-Sakka (Arabic: أحمد محمد صلاح الدين السقا) (born on March 1, 1973) is an Egyptian Action actor. Early in his acting career he appeared in popular series like Nesf Rabeea El-Akhar. The role that introduced him to a large audience was a co-starring role with actor Mohamed Henedi in Sa'eedi fil gamaa el amrekeia (Arabic for "A Country Man in the American University") (1998). The following year he co-starred with Mohamed Henedi in Hamam fi Amsterdam, but in a larger role of the tough guy, which seemed to be his role in most of his hit movies afterwards. His next films were all action movies where he played the main character. Probably the most famous of these movies is Mafia (2002) which was a big success for El Sakka and is considered by many as one of the best action actors in the history of Egyptian movies.