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Ahmed Ramzy
Ahmad Ramzy (Arabic: أحمد رمزي‎; 23 March 1930 - 28 September 2012), was an Egyptian actor who played the leading roles in many Egyptian films in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.Contents1 Early life 2 Career 3 Selected filmography 4 References 5 External linksEarly life[edit] Ramzy was born Ramzy Mahmud Bayumi in 1930 to Dr Mahmud Bayumi, an Egyptian orthopedist and university professor father, and Helen Mackay, a young Scottish lady. Ramzy graduated from Alexandria's Victoria College where he met someone by the name of Michel Dimitri Challhoub who later on was known as Omar Sharif, they became friends since then. After finishing his school, Ramzy joined the Medical school for 3 years, before transferring to the Faculty of Commerce, which he eventually dropped to pursue his career in acting. Ramzy has one brother, Dr
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Ismail Yasin
Ismail Yassine (also credited as Ismail Yasseen; Arabic: إسماعيل ياسين‎ IPA: [esmæˈʕiːl jæˈsiːn]) (September 15, 1912 − May 24, 1972) was an Egyptian comedian/actor. Known for his eponymous film series, Ismail Yassine had a difficult childhood in Suez where he was born. His mother died at an early age and his father was jailed thus forcing him to leave school before completing his primary education. He worked as a parking valet to support himself. He started his career as a monologue singer and headed for Cairo after Abo El Seoud El Ebiary, the comic screenwriter and his best friend and life partner had discovered him and had helped him to join Badi'a Masabny's troupe. His break into the movie industry came when Fouad El-Gazaery gave him his first role in the movie "Khalf El-Habayeb" in 1939. He later joined Ali El-Kassar's troupe and started to gain widespread recognition eventually becoming one of the most popular stars in the Arab world
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Ahmed Mazhar
Ahmed Hafez Mazhar (8 October 1917 – 8 May 2002) was an Egyptian actor. He graduated from the military academy in 1938[1] and his colleagues included Gamal Abdel Nasser
Gamal Abdel Nasser
and Anwar Sadat.Contents1 Career 2 Death 3 References 4 External linksCareer[edit]This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)His acting career started in 1951 when he was picked for a role in Zehour Al-Islam because of his riding skills and his proper pronunciation of classical Arabic. In 1957 he retired as commander of the special cavalry units and decided to explore his acting talents. Mazhar's breakthrough in the world of acting came after he succeeded in playing the role of an evil prince in the famous movie Roda Qalbi (return my heart) which was his third movie
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Bruce Lee
Lifetime Achievement Award[3] 1994 Star of the Century Award[4]2004Golden Horse AwardsBest Mandarin Film 1972 Fist of Fury[3] Special
Special
Jury Award 1972 Fist of FuryLee Jun-fan (Chinese: 李振藩; November 27, 1940 – July 20, 1973), known professionally as Bruce Lee
Bruce Lee
(Chinese: 李小龍), was a Hong Kong
Hong Kong
and American actor, film director, martial artist, martial arts instructor, philosopher,[5] and founder of the martial art Jeet Kune Do, one of the wushu or kungfu styles. Lee was the son of Cantonese
Cantonese
opera star Lee Hoi-chuen
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Enter The Dragon
Enter the Dragon
Enter the Dragon
is a 1973 Hong Kong-American martial arts action film, directed by Robert Clouse, and starring Bruce Lee, John Saxon, and Jim Kelly. This was Bruce Lee's final film appearance before his death on 20 July 1973 at age 32
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Yousra
Yousra[1] (/ˈjɔːsrə/ YAWS-rə;[citation needed] Egyptian Arabic: يسرا‎, IPA: [ˈjosɾɑ]) is an Egyptian actress and singer. Her birth name is Civene Nessim, Egyptian Arabic pronunciation: [siˈveːn neˈsiːm]. She is the sister-in-law of actor Hesham Selim, son of famous Egyptian football player, actor and former president of Al Ahly, Saleh Selim. Yousra
Yousra
is considered as a glamorous icon for the Middle East
Middle East
and is an influential voice in the region.[2]Contents1 Career 2 UNDP Goodwill Ambassador 3 Political Views 4 Filmography 5 Television 6 References 7 External linksCareer[edit] She first appeared in the 1980 film Athkiya' Laken Aghbiya (Smart yet Stupid). Then she has done many different roles with many different looks
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Omar Sharif, Jr.
Omar Sharif Jr. (born in Montreal, 28 November 1983) is an Egyptian-Canadian actor, model, and gay activist who currently lives in the United States.Contents1 Early life 2 Career 3 Activism 4 Honors and awards 5 Other 6 ReferencesEarly life[edit] Sharif is the son of a Muslim father, Tarek, and a Jewish mother, Debbie. His paternal grandparents were Omar Sharif and Faten Hamama, both well-known Egyptian actors; his maternal grandparents were Holocaust survivors. During his childhood Sharif was shuttled back and forth between Montreal, Paris, and Cairo.[4][5] Career[edit] Sharif has worked as an actor, appearing in the 2000 Egyptian miniseries Wagh el qamar, the 2005-6 Canadian series Virginie, the 2008 Egyptian film Hassan wa Morcus, and the 2016 Irish film The Secret Scripture.[4] When he became an actor, his grandfather said to him: “I gave you my name, I gave you my looks. I'm not going to give you anything else
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Nahed Sherif
Nahed Sherif (Arabic: ناهد شريف‎), also romanised as Nahied Sherif, (1 January 1942 - 7 April 1981) was an Egyptian actress who came to prominence in Egyptian and Lebanese films of the 1960s and 1970s. Born Samiha Zaki El-Nial (سميحة زكي النيال) and a Lycée Français du Caire dropout, she was discovered by director Hussein Helmy El-Mohandess and made her debut in 1958.[1] In 1962, she married El-Mohandess. Their marriage lasted for a brief period and she later married fellow actor Kamal el-Shennawi. After divorce with El-Shennawi, Sherif moved to Lebanon and made her Lebanese film debut with 1973 action film Kuwait Connection (ذئاب لا تاكل اللحم) directed by Sami A. Khouri who reached fame with The Lady of the Black Moons. She later starred in a number of other Lebanese films and married Lebanese Armenian Edouard Djeredjian
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Samir Sabry
Samir Sabry Abdou (born 13 January 1976) is an Egyptian former footballer who played at both professional and international levels as a midfielder.Contents1 Career1.1 Club career 1.2 International career2 External linksCareer[edit] Club career[edit] Sabry played club football for ENPPI Club and Asyut Petroleum.[1] International career[edit] Sabry earned three caps for between 2005 and 2006,[1] and was a member of the squad for the 2006 African Cup of Nations.[2] He also represented Egypt at the Futsal World Cup in 2000 and 2004, scoring 2 goals in 9 appearances.[3] External links[edit]^ a b "Samir Sabry". National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman.  ^ ESPNsoccernet ^ FIFAv t eEgypt squad – 2006 Africa Cup of Nations winners (5th title)1 El-Hadary 2 Ah. El-Sayed 3 Abdelwahab 4 Said 5 El-Saqqa 6 Mostafa 7 Fathy 8 Eno 9 H. Hassan (c) 10 Moteab 11 Shawky 12 Barakat 13 T
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Adel Emam
Adel Imam (sometimes credited as: Adel Emam), (Egyptian Arabic: عادل إمام‎), born May 17, 1940, in Shaha (شها) near El Mansoura (المنصورة), is an Egyptian movie and stage actor.[1][2] He is primarily a comedian, but he has starred in more serious works and, especially in his earlier films, has combined comedy with romance. Emam earned a bachelor's degree in Agriculture
Agriculture
from Cairo University. Since then he has appeared in over 100 movies and 10 plays. He is one of the most famous actors in Egypt, and has received critical and popular praise throughout his career. Emam's roles have displayed a wide range of humour including slapstick, farce, and even the occasional double entendre
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Mervat Amin
Mervat Amin
Mervat Amin
(Arabic: ميرفت أمين‎) (Born November 24, 1946), is an Egyptian actress in Al Minya in Egypt. Her father is Egyptian and her mother Scottish. During the 1970s her mother was the Head of the Elementary School of El Nasr School Heliopolis, Egypt
Egypt
(formerly The English School, Cairo). Her father, Dr. Ahmad Amin, was the physician of the same institution. Amin's first fame came when she starred with Abdel Halim Hafez
Abdel Halim Hafez
in his last film, Abi Foq El Chagara (My Father Is Up the Tree).[1] From there she became one of the most successful Egyptian actors in the 1970s and early 1980s during which she starred in many Egyptian films. Mervat Amin
Mervat Amin
was married four times
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Shadia
Fatma Ahmed Kamal Shaker (Egyptian Arabic: فاطمة أحمد كمال شاكر‎), better known by her stage name Shadia, (شادية Shādiyya; 8 February 1931 – 28 November 2017) was an Egyptian actress and singer. She was famous for her roles in light comedies and drama in the 1950s and 1960s. She is one of the iconic actresses and singers in Egypt
Egypt
and the middle east region and a symbol of the golden age of Egyptian Cinema. Her movies and songs are greatly influential in the Egyptian and the Arabic cultures. Critics consider her the most important and successful comprehensive Egyptian and Arabic artist of all time
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Nabila Ebeid
Nabila Ebeid (Egyptian Arabic: نبيلة عبيد‎) (born 21 January 1945 in Cairo), Egypt also spelled Nabila Ebeed, is an Egyptian actress.[1] She has also starred in the television dramas El-Ammah Nour (Aunt Nour) and El-Bawaba El-Taniya (The Second Gate).[2]Contents1 Personal life 2 Career 3 Filmography (partial) 4 References 5 External linksPersonal life[edit] Born in the lower class district of Shoubra, Nabila was a huge fan of classical Egyptian movies and used to gather money as a kid to go to Shoubra Cinema Palace.[citation needed] Career[edit] She was first introduced to Egyptian Cinema by the Egyptian film director Atef Salem in a movie called Mafish Faida
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Farid Shawki
Farid Shawqi Mohammad Abduh Badawi (Egyptian Arabic: فريد شوقي محمد عبده بدوي, lang-En‎, translit. Farid Mohammad The Bedouin) (July 30, 1920 in Cairo
Cairo
– July 27, 1998) known as Farid Shawqi (Egyptian Arabic: فريد شوقي ‎) was an Egyptian actor, screenwriter and film producer.[1] He acted in 361 films, 12 plays and 12 television series; wrote 22 film scripts; and produced 26 films
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Soad Hosny
Soad Hosny
Soad Hosny
(Arabic: سعاد حسنى‎  pronounced [soˈʕæːd ˈħosni]: January 26, 1943[1] – June 21, 2001) was an Egyptian[2] actress born in Cairo. She was known as the " Cinderella
Cinderella
of Egyptian cinema" and one of the most influential actresses in the Middle East
Middle East
and the Arab world.[3] She ascended to stardom at the end of the 1950s, performing in more than 83 films between 1959 and 1991. A majority of her films were shot in the 1960s and 1970s
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Rushdy Abaza
Rushdy Said Bughdady Abaza (Egyptian Arabic: رشدي أباظة‎) (August 1926 – 27 July 1980) was an Egyptian actor. He was a member of the wealthy Abaza family.[1] He has been known as one of the most charming actors to appear in the Egyptian film industry. He died of Brain Cancer
Brain Cancer
at the age of 53.[1]Contents1 Family 2 Marriages 3 Filmography 4 See also 5 References 6 Further reading 7 External linksFamily[edit] Rushdy Abaza
Rushdy Abaza
was born in Mansoura, Egypt, to Egyptian father, Said Abaza, belonging to one of Egypt's richest and most well-known families, the Abaza family, and Italian mother Tereza Luigi.[1] Rushdy attended school at Collège Saint Marc in Alexandria.[1] From his father’s side he had three half-sisters, Ragaa, Mounira, Zeinab and one half-brother, Fikri (an actor). From his mother's side, he had one half-brother, Hamed
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