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Ahmed Ramzy (I) (–2012)

Ahmed Ramzy was born as Ramzy Mahmoud Bayoumi. He was an actor and composer, known for Hamidu's Son (1957), The Three Devils (1964) and Shellet al-moraheqin (1973). He died on September 28, 2012 in Alexandria, Egypt. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 2007 Hanan Wa Haneen (TV Mini-Series)
 2000 Wagh el qamar (TV Mini-Series)
 1979 Hekaya wara kol bab (TV Movie)
Actor
 1973 Searching for a Scandal
Fikri, Sami's Friend #4
 1971 Adrift on the Nile
Ragab
 1971 Heroes Without Glory
Casella (as Amed Ramzy)
 1968 Hawaa wal kerd
Zaki / Hamada
 1966 The Awful Men
 1966 Shakket el talaba
Ahmed
 1965 Sour Grapes
 1965 Story of a Whole Life
Mamdouh
 1965 The Lost Son
Hussein
 1964 First Love
 1964 Frivolous Youth
Magdy
 1963 Zizi's Family
 1962 I Will Not Confess
Brother
 1962 The Sun Will Never Set
Mamdouh
 1962 The Slave
Murdok - a Lybian Chief
 1961 Life and Hope
 1959 Hubb lel-abad
 1958 Teach Me Love
 1957 Hamidu's Son
 1957 Tamarind
Ahmed
 1957 The Heart Has Its Reasons
Mamdouh
 1957 Girls of Today
Fathi
 1956 Dark Waters
Mamdouh
 1956 Love and Tears
Ahmed
 1955 Our Best Days
Ramzy
 1955 Days and Nights
Rafat
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He was one of the most prominent film actors in the 1950s, 60s and early 70s, not only in Egypt, but across the Arab world.

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