Shahinaz Taha (1948 - 2018) شاهيناز طه (شاهيناز)

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Shahinaz Taha was an Egyptian actress. She was born in 1948, to a middle class family financed by her postman father. Her breakthrough role was in 1964 in the film “Al Mared” (The Monster), after which she started appearing repetitively in other films in the role of a spiteful, a...Read moreristocratic girl. Shahinaz's artistic career was short lived, concluding in 1974 with the film “Anesat wa Sayidat” (Misses and Mesdames). She appeared in 19 films throughout her career, including “Shatea' Almarah” (Fun Beach), and “Magnun Giddan” (Very Crazy). She also appeared in two television series: “La Totfi' Alshams” (Don't Extinguish the Sun) and “Al Abwab Al Moghlaqa” (Closed Doors), and one theatrical play: “Matar Alhob” (Love Airport) alongside Youssef Shaaban and Abdel Mona'em Madbuly. She was married to music composer Helmy Bakr, with whom she had her only son Hisham.


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  • Shahinaz Taha was an Egyptian actress. She was born in 1948, to a middle class family financed by her postman father. Her breakthrough role was in 1964 in the film “Al Mared” (The ...Read moreMonster), after which she started appearing repetitively in other films in the role of a spiteful, aristocratic girl. Shahinaz's artistic career was short lived, concluding in 1974 with the film “Anesat wa Sayidat” (Misses and Mesdames). She appeared in 19 films throughout her career, including “Shatea' Almarah” (Fun Beach), and “Magnun Giddan” (Very Crazy). She also appeared in two television series: “La Totfi' Alshams” (Don't Extinguish the Sun) and “Al Abwab Al Moghlaqa” (Closed Doors), and one theatrical play: “Matar Alhob” (Love Airport) alongside Youssef Shaaban and Abdel Mona'em Madbuly. She was married to music composer Helmy Bakr, with whom she had her only son Hisham.

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