Ahmed El Fishawy أحمد الفيشاوي

Ahmed El Fishawy is an Egyptian actor, and the son of actor Farouq El Fishawy. He started acting at the age of nine, debuting alongside his father in “Al Morshed” (The , appearing in small roles in several films, among which was “El Batal” (The Champion) with Ahmed Zaki in 1998....Read more His breakthrough came with his role in the television series “Wagh Elqamar” (The Moon's Face) alongside Faten Hamama in 2000. He then appeared in the epic television drama “Hadith Elsabah wal Masaa'” (Morning and Night Dialogue) in 2001, and “El Amma Nour” (Aunt Nour) in 2003 alongside Nabila Ebeid. His first lead role on television was in the series “Afarit El Sayala” (The Ghosts of Sayala), after which he landed his first lead role on film in Ahmed Mekky's action comedy “El Hasa Elsabaa” (The Seventh Sense). His most successful roles include the multi-season sit-com “Tamer we Shawqyea” (Tamer and Shawqeya) and the thriller/drama film “45 Youm” (45 Days).

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  • Ahmed El Fishawy is an Egyptian actor, and the son of actor Farouq El Fishawy. He started acting at the age of nine, debuting alongside his father in “Al Morshed” (The , appearing...Read more in small roles in several films, among which was “El Batal” (The Champion) with Ahmed Zaki in 1998. His breakthrough came with his role in the television series “Wagh Elqamar” (The Moon's Face) alongside Faten Hamama in 2000. He then appeared in the epic television drama “Hadith Elsabah wal Masaa'” (Morning and Night Dialogue) in 2001, and “El Amma Nour” (Aunt Nour) in 2003 alongside Nabila Ebeid. His first lead role on television was in the series “Afarit El Sayala” (The Ghosts of Sayala), after which he landed his first lead role on film in Ahmed Mekky's action comedy “El Hasa Elsabaa” (The Seventh Sense). His most successful roles include the multi-season sit-com “Tamer we Shawqyea” (Tamer and Shawqeya) and the thriller/drama film “45 Youm” (45 Days).
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  • أحمد محمد فاروق الفيشاوي




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