Samiha Ayoub سميحة أيوب

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Samiha was born in Shubra and was educated at the Nun’s School. She is a first rate theater performer and her real name is Samiha Ayyoub U’thman. Samiha graduated from the Acting Institute in 1952 where she studied under Zakky Taleimat. She had an outstanding performance in the...Read more radio series “Sammara” and “Rab’aa al-A’dawiyah”. Samiha first married actor Mohsen Sarhan and then Mahmoud Morsy. She would later marry writer Sa’ad Wahba. Among her plays are “al-Bakheel” (“The Miser”), “Sitt al-Batt”, “Kisibna al-Primo” (“We’ve Won the Primo”), “Kobry al-Namoos”, “Sikkat al-Salama” (“The Right Way”), “Daaerat al-Tabasheer” (“Chalk Circle”), “Feeh Raay”, “al-U’mar Lahza” and “al-Khedewy”. Samiha later joined the al-Qawmmy theater which she would later manage twice between 1975-1985. Samiha also managed the Modern theater on two occasions. Her cinema appearances were not as outstanding as her stage performances.

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  • Samiha was born in Shubra and was educated at the Nun’s School. She is a first rate theater performer and her real name is Samiha Ayyoub U’thman. Samiha graduated from the Acting...Read more Institute in 1952 where she studied under Zakky Taleimat. She had an outstanding performance in the radio series “Sammara” and “Rab’aa al-A’dawiyah”. Samiha first married actor Mohsen Sarhan and then Mahmoud Morsy. She would later marry writer Sa’ad Wahba. Among her plays are “al-Bakheel” (“The Miser”), “Sitt al-Batt”, “Kisibna al-Primo” (“We’ve Won the Primo”), “Kobry al-Namoos”, “Sikkat al-Salama” (“The Right Way”), “Daaerat al-Tabasheer” (“Chalk Circle”), “Feeh Raay”, “al-U’mar Lahza” and “al-Khedewy”. Samiha later joined the al-Qawmmy theater which she would later manage twice between 1975-1985. Samiha also managed the Modern theater on two occasions. Her cinema appearances were not as outstanding as her stage performances.

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  • Birth Name:
  • سميحة أيوب عثمان

  • Nickname:
  • "سيدة المسرح العربي"


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