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Ahmed Mazhar

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Occupation  Actor
Name  Ahmed Mazhar

Role  Actor
Died  May 8, 2002, Cairo, Egypt
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Born  8 October 1917 (1917-10-08) Cairo, Egypt
TV shows  Ala Hamesh al Sirah, Dameer abla Hekmat
Movies  Salladin the Victorious, The Nightingale's Prayer, Soft Hands, Cairo, Oh Islam
Similar People  Ahmed Ramzy, Rushdy Abaza, Soad Hosny, Salah Zulfikar, Shoukry Sarhan

Ahmed Hafez Mazhar (8 October 1917 – 8 May 2002) was an Egyptian actor. He graduated from the military academy in 1938 and his colleagues included Gamal Abdel Nasser and Anwar Sadat.

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Career

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His acting career started in 1951 when he was picked for a role in Zehour Al-Islam because of his riding skills and his proper pronunciation of classical Arabic. In 1957 he retired as commander of the special cavalry units and decided to explore his acting talents.

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Mazhar's breakthrough in the world of acting came after he succeeded in playing the role of an evil prince in the famous movie Roda Qalbi (return my heart) which was his third movie. Other roles soon followed, including Al-Tarik Al-Masdood (1958), Al-Ataba Al-Khadraa (1959), Doaa al-Karawan (1959), Wa Islamah (1961), Al-Dowa Al-Khafet (1961) and Ghadan Youm Akhar (1961). He starred in an American movie, Cairo (1963), starring George Sanders and Faten Hamama. More than four years later, Mazhar appeared in Chafika et Metwal alongside Suad Husni. Other films like Al-Nemr Al-Aswad, Demoue Sahebat El-Galalah, Al-Gasousa Hekmat Fahmy and The Guns and the Fury soon followed.

Death

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Ahmed Mazhar died at home at age 85 in Giza in 2002.

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  • Ahmed Mazhar on IMDb
  • References

    Ahmed Mazhar Wikipedia


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