Hussein Fahmy حسين فهمي

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Hussein Fahmy is an Egyptian actor who was born in Cairo. He graduated from the Higher Institute for Cinema in 1963 and then studied directing in the United States of America. Following his return he was recruited by Hassan al-Imam for an acting role and thus he put off his...Read more directing project so that he could work as an actor in cinema, theater and television. Plays in which Fahmy has participated in include “Inqilab” (“Coup”), “Ahlan ya Bakawwat”, “Embrator ‘Emad al-Deen”, “Sahlab” and “Ka’b ‘Aaly” (“High Heels”. His television works include “Alf Leila wa Leila” (“A Thousand and One Nights”) and “al-Mal wa al-Banoun” (“Children and Property”). Fahmy first married a woman outside of art circles, he later married actress Mervat Amin and the couple had a daughter. Fahmy assumed the leadership of the International Cairo Film Festival beginning in 1998 and up to 2000. He received the award for best actor for the films “Damy wa Dimoo’y wa Ibtisamaty” (“My Blood, My Tears and My Smile”), “al-Ikhwa al-A’daa” (“Inmical Brothers”), “al-Rasasa La Tazal fee Habiby” (“The Bullet Remains in My Loved One”) and “Intabiho ayoha al-Sada” (“Your Attention Gentlemen”). Fahmy also received the award for best cinema research at the al-Neilein Festival in 1983 for his research into the relationship between the director and the performer. He has three children named Mahmoud, Neira and Mennat Allah. Fahmy successfully portrayed the role of the blonde haired handsome youth in many of his earlier movies before demonstrating that he is a first rate talented actor in films of the likes of “al-A’adaa” (“The Enemies”), “al-‘Aar” (“The Shame”) and “Intabiho ayoha al-Sada” (“Your Attention Gentlemen”). He may be observed in his best form in “al-Le’ib ma’a al-Kibar” (“Playing with the Elders”), moreover he matured as an actor with age and experience.

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  • Hussein Fahmy is an Egyptian actor who was born in Cairo. He graduated from the Higher Institute for Cinema in 1963 and then studied directing in the United States of America....Read more Following his return he was recruited by Hassan al-Imam for an acting role and thus he put off his directing project so that he could work as an actor in cinema, theater and television. Plays in which Fahmy has participated in include “Inqilab” (“Coup”), “Ahlan ya Bakawwat”, “Embrator ‘Emad al-Deen”, “Sahlab” and “Ka’b ‘Aaly” (“High Heels”. His television works include “Alf Leila wa Leila” (“A Thousand and One Nights”) and “al-Mal wa al-Banoun” (“Children and Property”). Fahmy first married a woman outside of art circles, he later married actress Mervat Amin and the couple had a daughter. Fahmy assumed the leadership of the International Cairo Film Festival beginning in 1998 and up to 2000. He received the award for best actor for the films “Damy wa Dimoo’y wa Ibtisamaty” (“My Blood, My Tears and My Smile”), “al-Ikhwa al-A’daa” (“Inmical Brothers”), “al-Rasasa La Tazal fee Habiby” (“The Bullet Remains in My Loved One”) and “Intabiho ayoha al-Sada” (“Your Attention Gentlemen”). Fahmy also received the award for best cinema research at the al-Neilein Festival in 1983 for his research into the relationship between the director and the performer. He has three children named Mahmoud, Neira and Mennat Allah. Fahmy successfully portrayed the role of the blonde haired handsome youth in many of his earlier movies before demonstrating that he is a first rate talented actor in films of the likes of “al-A’adaa” (“The Enemies”), “al-‘Aar” (“The Shame”) and “Intabiho ayoha al-Sada” (“Your Attention Gentlemen”). He may be observed in his best form in “al-Le’ib ma’a al-Kibar” (“Playing with the Elders”), moreover he matured as an actor with age and experience.

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  • Birth Name:
  • حسين محمود فهمي


  • Birth Country:
  • Egypt

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