Abu Bakr Ezzat (1933 - 2006) أبو بكر عزت

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Abu Bakr Ezzat, who is from the Sayyeda Zeynab area of Cairo, was born on August 2, 1933. He studied at the Khedive School. Ezzat participated in school theater, and acted in Richard Sheridan’s play, “The Scandals,” directed by Kamal Yassin. Ezzat’s relationship with the theater ...Read moredeveloped where he worked in 1955. Throughout his school years, Ezzat directed several plays in schools, as well as at the Faculty of Arts where he was a student in the Department of Sociology. After graduating in 1959, he joined the Free Theater Group. During this time, he played the role of Kamal in the play “Qasr El Shoq” (Palace of Desire) and started working in television and film. He married screenwriter Kawthar Heikal. The plays he acted in include “El Mofatish El ‘Am” (The Inspector General), “El Dabor” (The Hornet), “El Ardh” (The Earth), “Sana Ma’ El Shoghl El Laziz” (A Year Of Enjoyable Work), “El Dukhol Bil-Melabis Rasmiya” (Entering With Official Clothes), “Sika El Salaama” (The Safe Way). He moved from the Television Theater to the Rehani Theater, and in 1996 received the Best Actor’s Award in the Cairo Film Festival for his role in the film “El Mar’a We El Satour” (The Woman and the Cleaver). Among his most famous television serials: “El Shahid El Wahid” (The Sole Witness), “”Asfour Fil Qafs” (Bird In A Cage), “Aly Zebaq,” “Arabesque,” “Zaman Emad Eddine” (The Time of Emad El-Din). His most famous television movies include “Istiqala ‘Alima Dhira” (The Resignation of An Atom Scientist), and “Fawziya El Bergoaniya.” Ezzat performed a variety of roles throughout his life. He was often given the role of a playboy, which he performed excellently in the films “Miramar,” “El Mar’a We El Satour” (The Woman and the Cleaver), as well as his performance as the evil guy in “El Huroob” (The Escape), “El Emborator” (The Emperor). He also had several comedic roles before his death on February 27, 2006.

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  • Abu Bakr Ezzat, who is from the Sayyeda Zeynab area of Cairo, was born on August 2, 1933. He studied at the Khedive School. Ezzat participated in school theater, and acted in Richa...Read morerd Sheridan’s play, “The Scandals,” directed by Kamal Yassin. Ezzat’s relationship with the theater developed where he worked in 1955. Throughout his school years, Ezzat directed several plays in schools, as well as at the Faculty of Arts where he was a student in the Department of Sociology. After graduating in 1959, he joined the Free Theater Group. During this time, he played the role of Kamal in the play “Qasr El Shoq” (Palace of Desire) and started working in television and film. He married screenwriter Kawthar Heikal. The plays he acted in include “El Mofatish El ‘Am” (The Inspector General), “El Dabor” (The Hornet), “El Ardh” (The Earth), “Sana Ma’ El Shoghl El Laziz” (A Year Of Enjoyable Work), “El Dukhol Bil-Melabis Rasmiya” (Entering With Official Clothes), “Sika El Salaama” (The Safe Way). He moved from the Television Theater to the Rehani Theater, and in 1996 received the Best Actor’s Award in the Cairo Film Festival for his role in the film “El Mar’a We El Satour” (The Woman and the Cleaver). Among his most famous television serials: “El Shahid El Wahid” (The Sole Witness), “”Asfour Fil Qafs” (Bird In A Cage), “Aly Zebaq,” “Arabesque,” “Zaman Emad Eddine” (The Time of Emad El-Din). His most famous television movies include “Istiqala ‘Alima Dhira” (The Resignation of An Atom Scientist), and “Fawziya El Bergoaniya.” Ezzat performed a variety of roles throughout his life. He was often given the role of a playboy, which he performed excellently in the films “Miramar,” “El Mar’a We El Satour” (The Woman and the Cleaver), as well as his performance as the evil guy in “El Huroob” (The Escape), “El Emborator” (The Emperor). He also had several comedic roles before his death on February 27, 2006.

  • Abu Bakr Ezzat, who is from the Sayyeda Zeynab area of Cairo, was born on August 2, 1933. He studied at the Khedive School. Ezzat participated in school theater, and acted in Richa...Read morerd Sheridan’s play, “The Scandals,” directed by Kamal Yassin. Ezzat’s relationship with the theater developed where he worked in 1955. Throughout his school years, Ezzat directed several plays in schools, as well as at the Faculty of Arts where he was a student in the Department of Sociology. After graduating in 1959, he joined the Free Theater Group. During this time, he played the role of Kamal in the play “Qasr El Shoq” (Palace of Desire) and started working in television and film. He married screenwriter Kawthar Heikal. The plays he acted in include “El Mofatish El ‘Am” (The Inspector General), “El Dabor” (The Hornet), “El Ardh” (The Earth), “Sana Ma’ El Shoghl El Laziz” (A Year Of Enjoyable Work), “El Dukhol Bil-Melabis Rasmiya” (Entering With Official Clothes), “Sika El Salaama” (The Safe Way). He moved from the Television Theater to the Rehani Theater, and in 1996 received the Best Actor’s Award in the Cairo Film Festival for his role in the film “El Mar’a We El Satour” (The Woman and the Cleaver). Among his most famous television serials: “El Shahid El Wahid” (The Sole Witness), “”Asfour Fil Qafs” (Bird In A Cage), “Aly Zebaq,” “Arabesque,” “Zaman Emad Eddine” (The Time of Emad El-Din). His most famous television movies include “Istiqala ‘Alima Dhira” (The Resignation of An Atom Scientist), and “Fawziya El Bergoaniya.” Ezzat performed a variety of roles throughout his life. He was often given the role of a playboy, which he performed excellently in the films “Miramar,” “El Mar’a We El Satour” (The Woman and the Cleaver), as well as his performance as the evil guy in “El Huroob” (The Escape), “El Emborator” (The Emperor). He also had several comedic roles before his death on February 27, 2006.

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