Soheir El Bably سهير البابلي

Soheir Helmy Ibrahem El Bably is an Egyptian actress who was born on the 14th of February 1935 in Dumyat, Egypt. After finishing her high school she joined the Institute of theatrical arts and The Mousse Institute at the same time. She shined on the theatre with many plays...Read more starting with "Shamshoum & Galila", "Soliman EL Halaby" to start her leading roles in "Madrast El Moshaghbeen"- "The Troublemakers School", Nargess" in addition to "Raya and Sakina", "Ala El Rasef" – " On the Platform", "We Nos ana We Nos enta" – "Half is mine and half is yours", "Al Dokhoul Belmalabes AL Rasmia" – "Entering with the official customs", "Attya El Erhabya"- "Attya, the terrorist". On the other hand she participated in many TV series as "Bakiza and Zaghloul". She never appeared on the cinema screen with the same adorable performance of the theatre. One of her marriages was to the composer Mounir Mourad and She quit acting in the mid nineteenth.

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  • Soheir Helmy Ibrahem El Bably is an Egyptian actress who was born on the 14th of February 1935 in Dumyat, Egypt. After finishing her high school she joined the Institute of...Read more theatrical arts and The Mousse Institute at the same time. She shined on the theatre with many plays starting with "Shamshoum & Galila", "Soliman EL Halaby" to start her leading roles in "Madrast El Moshaghbeen"- "The Troublemakers School", Nargess" in addition to "Raya and Sakina", "Ala El Rasef" – " On the Platform", "We Nos ana We Nos enta" – "Half is mine and half is yours", "Al Dokhoul Belmalabes AL Rasmia" – "Entering with the official customs", "Attya El Erhabya"- "Attya, the terrorist". On the other hand she participated in many TV series as "Bakiza and Zaghloul". She never appeared on the cinema screen with the same adorable performance of the theatre. One of her marriages was to the composer Mounir Mourad and She quit acting in the mid nineteenth.
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  • سهير حلمي إبراهيم البابلي




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