About Mohamed Ndao
A New England based creative with a will to write and a love for the humanities. Can usually be found surveying social media or slowly but surely getting into the classics, the cult-classics and the campiest of cinema.
Mohamed is an Evergreen Writer at Movieweb, having worked on features and feeds alike.
Mohamed Ndao is a writer based in New England. A graduate of UCONN, a genuine interest in pop culture, social justice, writing and film kickstarted their current career in entertainment journalism.
Mohamed thoroughly enjoys the Avatar: The Last Airbender/Legend of Korra franchise and has since he was young. Mohamed also has a growing fascination for film, with a unique interest in dramedies, psychological thrillers, and, indie comedies.
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