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Lobna Abdel Aziz

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Nationality  Egyptian American
Name  Lobna Aziz
Citizenship  EgyptianAmerican
Role  Actress

Occupation  Actress
Spouse  Ismail Barrada
Years active  1957-1967
Movies  Ana hurra, Oh Islam
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Full Name  Loubna Abd el Aziz
Born  November 20, 1935 (age 80) (1935-11-20) Cairo, Egypt
Children  Giselle Miriam Ismail Barrada, Nadine Sarah Ismail Barrada
Similar People  Rushdy Abaza, Zubaida Tharwat, Nadia Lutfi, Hind Rostom, Ahmed Mazhar

Lobna abdel aziz

Lobna Abdel Aziz, aka Loubna Abd el Aziz or Lubna Abdel Aziz (لبنى عبد العزيز) is an Egyptian actress. She was born in 1935 in Cairo, Egypt.


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In her early life she was married to the famous producer Ramsis najeeb but they were divorced. After that she married Dr Ismaiel Barrada, they have two daughters. Her husband died after more than 40 years of their marriage. loubna said that her life has stopped after the death of her husband. Her father was an author (Hamed Abdel Aziz).

early life

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She was in a school called Saint Mary school. When she was 9 she was making a radio program called Little Lolo and till now she is making the same program but its name has changed from Little Lolo to Aunty Lolo. When she was 15 she joined the American University in Cairo although her family refused that but she was very determined. She was very clever at her uiniversity so they decided to give her scholarship in Cambridge.

Selected filmography

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  • Yacoubian Building (2007)
  • Edrab al shahatin (1967)
  • Al Moukhareboun (1967)
  • El Eib (1967)
  • Slalom (1965) (as Loubna D. Aziz)
  • Ressalah min emraa maghoula (1963)
  • Ah min hawaa (1962)
  • Wa Islamah (1962) (as Lubna Abd el Aziz)
  • Gharam el assiad (1961)
  • Ana Horra (1959)
  • El Wessada el khalia (1957)
  • gedo habibi (2011)
  • sokar hanem play
  • References

    Lobna Abdel Aziz Wikipedia