Samira Ahmed سميرة أحمد

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Samira Ahmed Ibrahim was born in Assyut. She moved with her family and sister Khayriyah Ahmed to Cairo when she was six years old. Samira began work at a young age and faced difficulties with her family. Samira Ahmed has worked as a producer on several important film titles which...Read more include “Imraa Mutallaqa” (“Divorcee”) and “al-Bareea” (“The Innocent”). Furthermore Samira has worked on several television productions which have included “Ghadan Tatafatah al-Zour” and “Ameera fee ‘Abdin” (“Princess in ‘Abdin”). Samira has also worked on some Lebanese productions. Samira Ahmed was married more than once to persons active in the creative community, her spouses have included Adeeb Gaber and Saffwat Ghattas. She proved particularly adept at portraying disabled female characters such as the blind, the deaf and the mentally deranged. Her intelligence saw her retain a career in acting throughout her life. She has also portrayed women suffering internal dilemmas such as in “Hall Aqtol Zawgy” (“Should I Murder My Husband?”). Moreover she has also portrayed the role of the romantic woman in “Umm al-‘Aroussa” (“Mother of the Bride”) and “Harrib men al-Ayyam” (“Escaping History”). Amongst her most distinguished roles was a part in “Layl wa Qutban” (“Night and the Two Poles”).

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  • Samira Ahmed Ibrahim was born in Assyut. She moved with her family and sister Khayriyah Ahmed to Cairo when she was six years old. Samira began work at a young age and faced...Read more difficulties with her family. Samira Ahmed has worked as a producer on several important film titles which include “Imraa Mutallaqa” (“Divorcee”) and “al-Bareea” (“The Innocent”). Furthermore Samira has worked on several television productions which have included “Ghadan Tatafatah al-Zour” and “Ameera fee ‘Abdin” (“Princess in ‘Abdin”). Samira has also worked on some Lebanese productions. Samira Ahmed was married more than once to persons active in the creative community, her spouses have included Adeeb Gaber and Saffwat Ghattas. She proved particularly adept at portraying disabled female characters such as the blind, the deaf and the mentally deranged. Her intelligence saw her retain a career in acting throughout her life. She has also portrayed women suffering internal dilemmas such as in “Hall Aqtol Zawgy” (“Should I Murder My Husband?”). Moreover she has also portrayed the role of the romantic woman in “Umm al-‘Aroussa” (“Mother of the Bride”) and “Harrib men al-Ayyam” (“Escaping History”). Amongst her most distinguished roles was a part in “Layl wa Qutban” (“Night and the Two Poles”).

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  • Birth Name:
  • سميرة أحمد إبراهيم خضر

  • Nickname:
  • الشيماء / امرأة من الزمن الجميل


  • Birth Country:
  • Egypt

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