Maaly Zayed (1953 - 2014) معالي زايد

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Ma’aly ‘Abd Allah Ahmed al-Minnawy was born in Cairo. Zayed comes from an artistic household as her mother is Amal Zayed and her aunt is Gamalat Zayed. She graduated from the faculty of Art and then from the Institute for Theatrical Arts. Zayed’s career began on television and...Read more her first work was the series “al-Layla al-Maw’ouda” (“The Promised Night”). The performer has also worked on the series “A’ylatt al-Dawghary” (“al-Dawghary’s Household”), “Dimoo’ fee ‘Eyoun Waqiha”, “Hilm al-Layl wa al-Nahhar” (“Dreams of Night and Day”), “al-Hawwy”, “Ahl al-Donnya”, “Sho’a’ men al-Amal” (“A Ray of Hope”) and “Deedy wa Dolly”. Her stage performances have included “Sukkar Zeyadda” (“Extra Sugar”), “Zuqaq el-Madaq” and “Anna wa al-Hakouma” (“The Government and Myself”). Zayed has enjoyed a unique presence on stage and her performance were particularly authentic. Her roles have varied throughout her career and some of her most outstanding performances were in “al-Sadda al-Riggal” (“Gentlemen”) and other productions. 1987 saw her appear on cinema and her first film performance was in “Wa Da’ al-‘Umr ya Walady” (“The Years have Been Squandered My Boy”). The performer received the award for best actress for her role in “al-Sadda al-Riggal” from the Film Association in 1987 and she has developed an interest in fine art as of recently.

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  • Maaly Zayed is an Egyptian actress. She was born in 1953 in Cairo, to an artistic family that includes prolific actresses Amal Zayed and Gamalat Zayed. She studied at the High...Read more Institute of Theatrical Arts. Her debut role was in the television series “Al Layla Al Mawa'uda” (The Awaited Night). She also played roles in the series “Dumoa' fi Oyoun Waqiha” (Tears in Shameless Eyes), and “El Hawy” (The Magician), and in the plays “Sukkar Zeyada” (Extra Sugar), “Zuqaq Al Midaq” (Al Midaq Alley) and “Ana wel Hokuma” (Me and the Government). She started acting in films in 1978, with her role in “Daa Al Omr Ya Walady” (Life has Passed, My Son). Her roles diversified from street beggar to prostitute to tom boy. Her most memorable roles were in the films “Donia Allah” (God's World) and “Al Sada Al Rigal” (The Gentlemen). She received the best actress award for her role in “Al Sada Al Rigal” from the Film Association in 1987.

  • Ma’aly ‘Abd Allah Ahmed al-Minnawy was born in Cairo. Zayed comes from an artistic household as her mother is Amal Zayed and her aunt is Gamalat Zayed. She graduated from the...Read more faculty of Art and then from the Institute for Theatrical Arts. Zayed’s career began on television and her first work was the series “al-Layla al-Maw’ouda” (“The Promised Night”). The performer has also worked on the series “A’ylatt al-Dawghary” (“al-Dawghary’s Household”), “Dimoo’ fee ‘Eyoun Waqiha”, “Hilm al-Layl wa al-Nahhar” (“Dreams of Night and Day”), “al-Hawwy”, “Ahl al-Donnya”, “Sho’a’ men al-Amal” (“A Ray of Hope”) and “Deedy wa Dolly”. Her stage performances have included “Sukkar Zeyadda” (“Extra Sugar”), “Zuqaq el-Madaq” and “Anna wa al-Hakouma” (“The Government and Myself”). Zayed has enjoyed a unique presence on stage and her performance were particularly authentic. Her roles have varied throughout her career and some of her most outstanding performances were in “al-Sadda al-Riggal” (“Gentlemen”) and other productions. 1987 saw her appear on cinema and her first film performance was in “Wa Da’ al-‘Umr ya Walady” (“The Years have Been Squandered My Boy”). The performer received the award for best actress for her role in “al-Sadda al-Riggal” from the Film Association in 1987 and she has developed an interest in fine art as of recently.

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  • Birth Name:
  • معالي عبدالله أحمد المنياوي



  • Death Country:
  • المستشفى العسكري القاهرة جمهورية مصر العربية


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