Gamil Ratib Poster


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Overview (2)

Born in Cairo, Egypt
Birth NameGamil Abubakr Ratib

Mini Bio (1)

He graduated from the School of French Law, and completed his university studies in France. The first movie appearance was in 1946 through the movie (I Am The East), and then returned to France again to continue the art work in the cinema, and then returned to Egypt again with the mid-seventies, and began appearing in Egyptian cinema since that time intensively, co-starring in a large number of Egyptian movies, including: (Kafany Ya Kalb), (No Consolation For Women), (Love In The Prison), (The Beginning), (The Birds Of Te Dark), and at the level of TV drama he shared in a number of series as: (Yawmiat Wanees , (El-Raya al-Bayda), (The Friends), (The Face Of The Moon).

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Waleed El Kady

Trivia (5)

He went to Paris where he was attracted to theater. He worked with Comedie Francais beginning in 1951. He returned to Egypt, his homeland, when he was 50, and participated in many Egyptian films.
Speaks fluent English and French.
Used to act in French plays during his stay in France.
Was a candidate for the role of "Khalid Safwan" in "El-Karnak" movie, but due to his strange accent which deprived him of the role so the role gone to the artist "Kamal El-Shenawy".
"Gamil Ratib" also worked in the Tunisian and French cinema next to his participation in the Egyptian cinema.

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