Mohsen Sarhan was an Egyptian actor who was born in Port Said in 1914. He was raised in Port Said, and after graduating from university, he moved to Cairo and worked as an employee for the Ministry of Agriculture until 1939. In 1944, he started taking free classes in theater and cinema, and also joined the National Troupe in the 1940s. The films he acted in include: “Kas El Azzab” (Cup of Agony), “El Liqaa El Akheer” (The Last Meeting), “Samara,” “Baeat El Ward” (The Rose Seller), and “Seraa Fil Jabal” (Struggle in the Mountains). He passed away in 1993 at the age of 79.