Ahmad Mazhar (1917 - 2002) أحمد مظهر

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Born in Cairo, Ahmad Mazhar was graduated from the Military Academy. Among his graduating group are Gamaal Abdul Naasser, Anwar al-Sadaat, Abdul Lateef al-Boghdaady and Hussein al-Shaf’ee. Mazhar was a member of the Egyptian Equestrian team and was appointed head of the...Read more Equestrian School after the 1952 revolution. He resigned from the Army and became dedicated to acting where he became known for historical as well and romantic roles. He presented films, Radio and TV series as well as 10 plays. Ahmad directed two film that he wrote; “Nofous haa’era i.e. Confused souls (1968)” and “Habeebat ghairy i.e. Someone else’s love (1976)”. Among his most popular TV series are “Dameer Abla Hekmat i.e. Principal Hekmat’s conscience”, “Al-‘ardhalgy i.e. The court clerk” and “’A sr al-forsaan i.e. Cavalry age”. Among his stage plays are “Al-watan i.e. The Nation” and “Al-toffaaha wal-gomgoma i.e. The apple and the skull”. Mazhar succeeded in playing the romantic gentleman. He received a number of awards, one of which was for his role in “Al-laila al-akheera i.e. The last night” with Faaten Hamaama with whom he formed a successful duet. He was a cavalier in his historical roles in; “Waa Eslaamaah i.e. O! Islam” and “Al-Naasser Salaheddeen i.e. Saladin”. His talent strongly manifests in “Do’aa al-karawaan i.e. The Nightingale’s prayer”, “Law’at al-hobb i.e. The anguish of love” and “Lan a’taref i.e. I won’t confess”.

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  • Born in Cairo, Ahmad Mazhar was graduated from the Military Academy. Among his graduating group are Gamaal Abdul Naasser, Anwar al-Sadaat, Abdul Lateef al-Boghdaady and Hussein...Read more al-Shaf’ee. Mazhar was a member of the Egyptian Equestrian team and was appointed head of the Equestrian School after the 1952 revolution. He resigned from the Army and became dedicated to acting where he became known for historical as well and romantic roles. He presented films, Radio and TV series as well as 10 plays. Ahmad directed two film that he wrote; “Nofous haa’era i.e. Confused souls (1968)” and “Habeebat ghairy i.e. Someone else’s love (1976)”. Among his most popular TV series are “Dameer Abla Hekmat i.e. Principal Hekmat’s conscience”, “Al-‘ardhalgy i.e. The court clerk” and “’A sr al-forsaan i.e. Cavalry age”. Among his stage plays are “Al-watan i.e. The Nation” and “Al-toffaaha wal-gomgoma i.e. The apple and the skull”. Mazhar succeeded in playing the romantic gentleman. He received a number of awards, one of which was for his role in “Al-laila al-akheera i.e. The last night” with Faaten Hamaama with whom he formed a successful duet. He was a cavalier in his historical roles in; “Waa Eslaamaah i.e. O! Islam” and “Al-Naasser Salaheddeen i.e. Saladin”. His talent strongly manifests in “Do’aa al-karawaan i.e. The Nightingale’s prayer”, “Law’at al-hobb i.e. The anguish of love” and “Lan a’taref i.e. I won’t confess”.

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  • Birth Name:
  • أحمد حافظ مظهر إبراهيم حافظ الدرملي

  • Nickname:
  • فارس السينما المصرية


  • Died on:
  • 8 May 2002
    [التهاب رئوي حاد]

  • Death Country:
  • مستشفى الصفا بالمهندسين


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