|Occupation||writer, performer, filmmaker, actor|
Amrou Al-Kadhi is a writer, filmmaker, actor, and performer. At age 20 they created their drag persona, Glamrou, and began doing drag shows at their university. They are now a veteran drag artist and founded the drag troupe "Denim".
Professional acting credits include Venom 2 (Marvel), Carnival Row (Amazon Studios), Christopher Robin (Disney), The Souvenir 2 (Joanna Hogg), Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (BBC Films). They are also a co-presenter of NB, a BBC podcast about non-binary identity.
Their father is Bashar AlKadhi CEO at Hill and Knowlton Strategies, lives in Dubai and their mother is Ayeser Alkadhi lives in London with Bashar's mother. Amrou have a twin brother Ramy Alkadhi who works at Anghami, Dubai.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
"I always think – look around…the world is insanely complicated? I mean Jesus…Octopuses can change colour, shape and size at will…our brains make billions of neural decisions every second…but you can't for a second understand that some people's genders don't sit in the binary framework of sex?"
Books[edit | edit source]
- UNICORN: The Memoir of a Muslim Drag Queen (Paperback)
- Life as a Unicorn: A Journey from Shame to Pride, and Everything in Between (Hardback)
References[edit | edit source]
- @Glamrou (23 July 2020). "I'm non-binary..." – via Twitter.
- Al-Kadhi, Amrou (11 October 2019). "How drag helped me come to terms with my gender". British GQ. Retrieved 6 May 2020.
- Al-Kadhi, Amrou (20 October 2019). "Amrou Al-Kadhi: 'Being a drag queen healed me'". the Guardian. Retrieved 6 May 2020.
- Amrou Al-Kadhi [@Glamrou] (Feb 13, 2019). "I'm the co-presenter of NB, a @BBCSounds podcast about non-binary identity and all its glory, created by the brilliant @caitlinbenny and produced by the wondrous @ArlieAdlington. Here's the teaser episode - there'll be 8 full episodes starting next week!" – via Twitter.
- ""Glamrou is a celebration of my gender-queerness, and she's a celebration of all the female facets of my Arab and Muslim heritage."". Shado Magazine. Retrieved 6 May 2020.
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