السير الذاتية: Hassan Hosny - Actor

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Hassan Housny was born in the Al Qal’aa neighborhood of Cairo, his father was a construction contractor. Housny’s mother passed away when he was only six years old and he was educated at the Radwaniyeh Elementary school. Housny participated in theater productions at his school and received several awards for his efforts. Thereafter he took part in theatrical works whilst in the army and joined the “Al Keim” theater. Housny’s performance in “Kalam Faregh” (Idle Talk) was particularly talented. He has taken part in several theatrical productions including “Hazimny Ya”, “Qishta wa A’sal” (“Cream and Honey”), “Jouz we Louz” (“Nuts and Almonds”), “Awlad Rayya wa Sakkina” (“The Children of Rayya and Sakkina”), “A’la al Raseef” (“On the Sidewalk”), “Sukkar Ziyadeh” (“More Sugar”) and “Al Mahaba Al Hamraa”. Among the television productions he has taken part in are “Awlady Al A’izaa Shukran” (“Thank You my Dear Children”), “Al Sanbasah”, “Jawary bella Qioud” (“Unhindered Maidens”), “Nass Modern” (“Modern Folk”), “Bawabat Al Halawany”, “Al Mal wa Al Banoun” (“Property and Children”), “Amira fee A’bdin” (“A Princess in A’bdin”), “Ayn Qalby” (“Where is my Heart?”), “Joha Al Masry” and “Zaman E’mad Al Din”. Housny received an award for his role in the film “Dimaa A’la Al Asfalt” (“Blood Stains on the Tarmac”). Moreover Housny can be considered among the most active performers of the last two decades. He has assumed a variety of roles ranging from comedy, to portrayals of peasants and businessmen. Housny's most critically acclaimed roles were in “Dimaa A’la Al Asfalt” and “A’fareet Al Asfalt”.