Aml Ibrahim أمل إبراهيم

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Aml Ibrahim is an Egyptian actress who started acting when she was young. During this time, she had a number of small roles in evening television shows, plays, and TV serials. Her big break came in 1973 with her role in the comedy “Madrasat Al Mushaghebeen” (School of the Mischie...Read morevous), as well as later in the film “Bidour.” Aml had successive roles in cinema and television and theater. Of her most important performances include: her performance in the early 1990s film “El Kit Kat” which started actor Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, as well as her role in El Hariban (The Fugitives), and her distinguished performance in the TV series “Sir El Ardh” (Secret of the Earth). She also had an important role in the second part of the TV series “Zezenia” which starred actor Yehia El Fekharany, actress Fardous Abdel Hamid, actress Hala Sedki, and other stars. One the last films she acted in was “El Prinseesa” (The Princess) with Ola Ghanem in 2013.

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  • Aml Ibrahim is an Egyptian actress who started acting when she was young. During this time, she had a number of small roles in evening television shows, plays, and TV serials. Her ...Read morebig break came in 1973 with her role in the comedy “Madrasat Al Mushaghebeen” (School of the Mischievous), as well as later in the film “Bidour.” Aml had successive roles in cinema and television and theater. Of her most important performances include: her performance in the early 1990s film “El Kit Kat” which started actor Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, as well as her role in El Hariban (The Fugitives), and her distinguished performance in the TV series “Sir El Ardh” (Secret of the Earth). She also had an important role in the second part of the TV series “Zezenia” which starred actor Yehia El Fekharany, actress Fardous Abdel Hamid, actress Hala Sedki, and other stars. One the last films she acted in was “El Prinseesa” (The Princess) with Ola Ghanem in 2013.

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