| Hassan Youssef|| Actor|
| Shams al-Baroudi (m. 1972)|
Abdullah Hassan Youssef, Nariman Hassan Youssef, Mahmoud Hassan Youssef, Omar Hassan Youssef
Zohra w Azwagha El Khamsa, A Man in Our House, Mother of the Bride, Three Friends, Afrah
Shams al‑Baroudi, Lebleba, Soheir Ramzy, Youssef Fakhr Eddine, Emad Hamdy
Hassan Youssef (actor) Wikipedia
Hassan Youssef (Arabic: حسن يوسف; born 14 April 1934) is an Egyptian actor and director. He performed in many films since 1960s and indicated that he made fifteen films with the famous Egyptian actress Soad Hosni all of which were successful at the box office (the interview is available on YouTube).
He has been married to former actress Shams al-Baroudi since 1970. They have four children, including a son, Omar H. Youssef.
On July 11, 2011, on the road between Cairo and Alexandria, a group of thugs attacked Hassan. Hassan said that revolutionaries should help protect the road rather than demonstrate in Tahrir Square.
He was amongst the five Egyptian cinema figures honoured at the 20th National Cinema Festival held on October 2016 in Egypt.