Karima Mokhtar (1934 - 2017) كريمة مختار

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Karima is an Egyptian film and stage actor. Her full name is ‘Attyat Mohamed al-Badry. Karima earned her bachelor’s degree in Theater in 1963 and was active in the Egyptian television entertainment industry since its outset. The actress has taken part in well known television...Read more series of the likes of “Abou Dar al-Ghafarry” and “Risalat al-Samaa”. On stage she has presented “al-Ardd” (“The Earth”), “Ayyoub al-Gadeed” and “al-‘Eyal Kibrit” (“The Kids have Grown Up”). Towards her later years on television Karima presented numerous works and stood out in her portrayal of motherly characters. She married actor and director Nour al-Demerdash and the couple have had more than one child who have also went on to make a career in theater and television. Karima took part in preparing information segments connected to the national drought campaign. She also received an award from critics for her role in “Wa Mada Qattar al-‘Umr” (“The Train of Time has Passed”). The actress was tied to motherly characters since early in her career and was unable to sway away from that niche despite her skill at portraying the role of the traditional wife in “al-Mustaheel” (“The Impossible”).

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  • Karima is an Egyptian film and stage actor. Her full name is ‘Attyat Mohamed al-Badry. Karima earned her bachelor’s degree in Theater in 1963 and was active in the Egyptian...Read more television entertainment industry since its outset. The actress has taken part in well known television series of the likes of “Abou Dar al-Ghafarry” and “Risalat al-Samaa”. On stage she has presented “al-Ardd” (“The Earth”), “Ayyoub al-Gadeed” and “al-‘Eyal Kibrit” (“The Kids have Grown Up”). Towards her later years on television Karima presented numerous works and stood out in her portrayal of motherly characters. She married actor and director Nour al-Demerdash and the couple have had more than one child who have also went on to make a career in theater and television. Karima took part in preparing information segments connected to the national drought campaign. She also received an award from critics for her role in “Wa Mada Qattar al-‘Umr” (“The Train of Time has Passed”). The actress was tied to motherly characters since early in her career and was unable to sway away from that niche despite her skill at portraying the role of the traditional wife in “al-Mustaheel” (“The Impossible”).

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  • Birth Name:
  • عطيات محمد البدري


  • Birth Country:
  • Egypt


  • Death Country:
  • Egypt

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