The Cullen family of vampires stand at the center of The Twilight Saga. In the epic conclusion, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, the film series introduces several other distinct groups of vampires from around the world. One such faction, the Egyptian coven, comes to the Cullens’ aid, as they are bracing for a confrontation with the Italy-based Volturi. The eclectic collective of Egyptian immortals, the oldest coven on Earth, includes Benjamin, Amun, Tia, and Kebi.
With the ability to control fire, water, earth, and air, Benjamin is arguably the most powerful of the bunch. But off screen, which Egyptian vampire portrayer wields the most power, at least when it comes to wealth? Here’s a breakdown of what the actors who portrayed Benjamin, Amun, Tia, and Kebi have been up to and how much net worth they have amassed since The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2.
Rami Malek as ‘Benjamin’
Playing the part of Egyptian coven M.V.P. Benjamin, Rami Melek boasts a sizable fortune of about $8 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Before the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, Malek began his on-screen career with guest roles on television and got his big break on the FOX comedy, The War at Home.
Next up, he starred opposite Ben Stiller in the Night at the Museum film series. After his scene-stealing role as Benjamin in The Twilight Saga, Malek racked up credits in live-action, animated television, video games, and movie projects.
The star headlined the critically acclaimed Mr. Robot for four seasons before winning the Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody. Malek has done a tremendous job building a stellar Hollywood reputation, along with massive fame and fortune.
Omar Metwally as ‘Amun’
Versatile actor, Omar Metwally, portrayed Amun in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2. He had already established himself as a solid performer in Hollywood prior to joining the cast of the blockbuster. Metwally nailed parts in high-profile movies like Munich, as well as guest-starring gigs on shows such as Grey’s Anatomy.
After The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, Metwally continued scoring winning roles in film and TV. Fans may remember his stints on The Affair and Treadstone. And he notably reunited with his Twilight Saga scene partner, Malek, in a recurring role on Malek’s Mr. Robot. There is no definitive data about Metwally’s net worth. Still, considering his robust resume, many sources, including Trend Celebs Now and My Celebrity Bio, have estimated that he has a substantial fortune anywhere from $1 million to $12 million.
Angela Sarafyan as ‘Tia’
Before landing the part of Tia in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, Angela Sarafyan already had dozens of roles under her belt. The actor has worked in virtually every film and television genre, including horror, comedy, and drama. Sarafyan made the rounds in guest spots on shows including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, 24, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
After The Twilight Saga, the star maintained her momentum and worked on a slew of big and small-screen projects. TV buffs may remember her character, Clementine Pennyfeather, in Westworld. Sarafyan has at least four projects in the works, including The S.H.U., in which she will partner with fellow Twilight Saga alum, Edi Gathegi. With nearly 70 acting credits so far, Sarafyan’s total wealth amounts to a healthy $6 million, as estimated by Celebrity Net Worth.
Andrea Gabriel as ‘Kebi’
Before The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2, Andrea Gabriel began on soaps, including All My Children, Another World, and Guiding Light. She also had a significant stint on ABC’s sci-fi drama, Lost, among other series. After her turn as Kebi in The Twilight Saga, Gabriel continued working steadily in television and films.
With a solid resume and at least two projects in production, Gabriel appears to have built considerable wealth. Various sources, including Trend Celebs Now, estimate Gabriel’s total worth lies between $1 million and $5 million.