Mohamed Mansour was born in Damascus in 1970. He had a degree in Literature and Theatre Criticism from the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts in Damascus in 1992. He has been writing critical essays in the Arabic press since 1990. He has worked in the field of producing TV programs since 1992. He completed documentary films and they broadcast on Al Jazeera, Saudi State-TV and on Syrian State-TV. During the Syrian Revolution, he wrote and directed more than forty documentaries for Orient TV. They were filmed in Syria, Jordan, Turkey and Sudan.
In the nineties of the last century he published three story collections “Additional Scene –Strawberry of Damascus – Lovers’ Biography”. He wrote 14 books on cinema and television criticism and on media and art issues in Syria, including “Comedy in the Arab Cinema” in 2003. “Fayrouz and the Rahbani Art” in 2004, “Black Box of the Dictatorship” in 2005, “The Poetic Map in the Rahbanian Song” in 2009, “Damascus, Memory of Faces and Transformations” in 2014, “Damascus is Umayyad Memorabilia in 2014, “Singers of Levant” in 2017 and “Pre – Revolution Syria: Battles of the Press, Politics, Art and Intelligence” in 2018.He was the editor-in-chief of Orient Net from 2012 to 2015. He was the head of content development department at Orient News TV from 2016 to 2017. He is thedirector of documentary filmmakers at Orient TV since 2012.