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Actress
    (May 27, 1931-January 17, 2015)
    Born in Al Mansurah, Egypt
    Appeared in the films 'Happy Day' (1939), 'Bullet in the Heart' (1944), 'Angel of Mercy' (1946), 'Your Day Will Come' (1952), 'House No. 13' (1952), 'Struggle in the Valley' (1954), 'Love and Tears' (1955), 'Land of Peace' (1957), 'The Nightingale's Prayer' (1959), 'The River of Love' (1960), 'Cairo' (1963), 'M Empire' (1972), 'I Want a Solution' (1975), 'Mouths and Rabbits' (1977), 'The Night of Fatima's Arrest' (1984), 'Sweet Days... Bitter Days' (1988) and 'Land of Dreams' (1993)
    Appeared in the TV miniseries 'Face of the Moon' (2000)
    She made her film debut at age seven.
    She only made one Hollywood movie, the crime film 'Cairo' (1963).
    Her ex-husband Ezzen Dean directed her and new husband Omar Sharif as lovers in the film 'The River of Love' (1961), which must have produced some awkward moments on set.
    Her marriage to Sharif broke up over his Hollywood success.
    In her first film, she so impressed the director and producer that she was given additional lines.
    She used her film roles to convey a political message, with 'I Want a Solution' leading to a change in Egyptian law, allowing women to initiate divorces (1975).
    Sharif said she was the one love of his life.
    President Gamel Abdel Nasser called her 'a national treasure.'
    She was named 'Star of the Century' by the Egyptian Writers and Critics Association (2000).

Credit: C. Fishel


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