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1. Julian Fellowes Julian Fellowes Writer, Downton Abbey
2. Amr Waked Amr Waked Actor, Lucy Amr Waked was born in Cairo, Egypt in 1972. He studied economics and theatre in the American University in Cairo. In his early experience as an actor Amr joined the Temple Theatre Troop in 1994, and Yaaru Theatre Troop in 1999, where he trained and developed his tools as a stage performer. With his experience onstage...
3. Atom Egoyan Atom Egoyan Director, The Sweet Hereafter Atom Egoyan's parents were painters and he studied International Relations and music at the University of Toronto where he began making short films: Howard in Particular, After Grad with Dad, Peep Show and Open House. While he has several distinguished Television and Opera works on his resume and such pictures as his debut Next of Kin ...
4. Mido Hamada Mido Hamada Actor, Unknown Mido Hamada was born in Cairo. He and his family moved to Germany, where he studied at the American Embassy School. He is a German-Egyptian actor who graduated from the Oxford School of Drama, and is fluent in German, English and Arabic. Mido is a notable TV actor with prominent roles on Homeland, Terra Nova, and 24. He has also performed at the Royal Court Theatre as well as London's West End.
5. Nicola Pagett Nicola Pagett Actress, Frankenstein: The True Story
6. Ahmed Helmy Ahmed Helmy Actor, Excuse My French Ahmed Helmy made his first big screen appearance in film Aboud ala el hedoud, in which he co-starred alongside Alaa Waley El Din. Ahmed, through his amazing breakthrough performance, and comic sense of humor, nabbed all the attention he needed in this film. He quickly made a jump to starring roles in films such as Omar 2000, El Nazer, _El Selem We Al Thoghban_...
7. Adel Imam Adel Imam Actor, The Yacoubian Building He is a graduate of the faculty of agriculture. He was more popular in theatres for his role in Madrasat Al Moshaghebin (School of Rascals). He became more famous in the 1970s for his comedic roles in Searching for a Scandal (Search for a scandal) and Khalli Balek min Aalak (Take care of your brain). He started to play far more serious roles in the 1980s. He is now one of the highest paid actors in Egypt.
8. Nicholas Courtney Nicholas Courtney Actor, Lust in Space Nicholas Courtney was born in Egypt, the son of a British diplomat. His early years were spent in Kenya and France and he was called up for National Service at the age of 18. After 18 months of duty in the British forces, Courtney joined the Webber Douglas drama school. He spent two years there and then did repertory theatre in Northampton. His next move was to London...
9. Gamil Ratib Gamil Ratib Actor, Lawrence of Arabia
10. Menna Shalabi Menna Shalabi Actress, Microphone Menna was subjected to fame at young age through her sensational mother, the famous dancer Zizi Mustafa. Making it in as an actress, though, was a dream she had and fought for on her own. Her first film was Al-saher, directed by the late Radwan El-Kashef whom she considered her godfather. Radwan taught Menna more than she could imagine...
11. Stephanie Buddenbrock Stephanie Buddenbrock Actress, The Quest Begins
12. Hanan Turk Hanan Turk Actress, Kiss Me Not on the Eyes Hanan Hassan Mohamed Abd El-Karim, Hanan Turk, was born in 1975 into a family of five members. Her father owned his own factory for clothes. She started off as a ballerina and completed her studies in the Ballet Institute in 1993. She then became a member of the Cairo Ballet Group and soon after moved to the Classic Ballet Group...
13. Tamer Hosny Tamer Hosny Actor, Sayed el atifi Tamer Hosny is a pop singer, actor, composer, lyricist, director, producer and novelist. His artistic career began in2002. Extensive enthusiasm, hard work, and passion in terms of music and acting made him within 5 years the most promising celebrity/singer in the Middle East &Africa. That's why he was...
14. Christine Solomon Christine Solomon Actress, A Time for Us Christine Solomon is a Canadian actress. She began her career in the entertainment industry at the tender age of five years old performing plays on stage. The trained theatre actress worked in a wide range of Canadian, American and international productions. Christine Solomon's charismatic personality shines through her onscreen personas, she toped local and foreign press...
15. Ahmed el-Sakka Ahmed el-Sakka Actor, Tito Graduated from the Egyptian academy of arts and began his acting career immediately in Egyptian mini-series, and ended up co-starring in several of the most important series broadcast during the holy month Ramadan seasons. Ahmed establish himself as a film star as early as 1998 when he co-starred in...
16. Gillian Hills Gillian Hills Actress, A Clockwork Orange
17. Alexander D'Arcy Alexander D'Arcy Actor, The Awful Truth Supporting actor, often portraying oily types, in US and Continental films from the early 30's and thereafter.
18. Bushra Bushra Actress, 678
19. Ahmed Ezz Ahmed Ezz Actor, Welad Rizk Ahmed Ezz had always dreamed of being a super star. Because of his gorgeous look, the very handsome young man soon attracted the attention of modeling companies. Ahmed thought this would open the doors to the cinema, but soon discovered that modeling was not enough. Ahmed is a graduate of Faculty of Arts...
20. Jehane Noujaim Jehane Noujaim Director, The Square
21. Dalida Dalida Soundtrack, Mary and Max
22. Marika Rökk Marika Rökk Actress, Die Frau meiner Träume Marika Rokk was born in Cairo on the 3rd of November 1913. As a child she moved to Hungary. In Paris at the Moulin Rouge she started her career as a dancer, soon moving on to Broadway New York City, USA. She made her first films Why Sailors Leave Home in London, & also Kiss Me Sergeant in London, U.K. After that she made 2 very fine films in Hungary, her home...
23. Youssra Youssra Actress, The Yacoubian Building
24. Lebleba Lebleba Actress, Villa 69 Text: Youngest of four children two brothers and a sister Lebleba - whose birth name is Ninotchka - was named after the 1939 movie Ninotchka. That same year, her mother, Zarouhi Kalfaian, wanted to name her first daughter Ninotchka but because of a family tradition named her Perouz. In 1946 when Lebleba was born...
25. Asaad Kelada Asaad Kelada Director, Prince Family Paper
26. Feyrouz Feyrouz Actress, I Won't Forget You Feyrouz was a very famous child actress in Egypt in the 1950's. She made her silver screen debut in 1950 in the lead role of Yasmin, at the tender age of 7. A multi-talented entertainer, she starred in several films as an actress, singer, and dancer. Feyrouz married Egyptian comedian Badreddine Gamgoum and soon retired from acting at age 16...
27. Soad Hosny Soad Hosny Actress, Chafika et Metwal Souad Muhammad Kamal Hosny Al Baba was born on January 26th, 1942 in Ataba, Cairo, Egypt. She was the 10th sibling of 17 brothers and sisters. Husni was known as the "Cinderella" of Arab cinema and one of the most influential actresses in the Arabic art world. She ascended to stardom in the end of the 1950s...
28. Rose Alba Rose Alba Actress, Thunderball
29. Ahmed Hatem Ahmed Hatem Actor, Awqat faragh
30. Mahmoud Hemida Mahmoud Hemida Actor, Closed Doors
31. Hassan Hosny Hassan Hosny Actor, El basha telmiz
32. Hani Salama Hani Salama Actor, Destiny
33. Mike Gabrawy Mike Gabrawy Producer, Resident Evil
34. Naglaa Fathy Naglaa Fathy Actress, Alexandria... Why?
35. Mohamed Khan Mohamed Khan Director, Factory Girl The director Mohamed Khan was born on October 26th 1942. He completed his high school in Egypt, then traveled to England where he earned his diploma in 1962. He directed several movies in 8mm. He went back to Egypt in 1963 & worked as script writer in a Cairo production company. Worked in Lebanon for few years as an assistant director...
36. C.S. Forester C.S. Forester Writer, The African Queen C.S. Forester went to Holywood during the opening years of World War II to help write and produce "propaganda" films that would convince U.S. filmgoers that the they should take the side of the British and Allies in the War, which led to such films as Eagle Squadron.
37. Farid Shawqi Farid Shawqi Actor, Cairo Station
38. Khaled Youssef Khaled Youssef Writer, The Other One of the outstanding leaders of the students' movement in eighties. Head of Students' Union - Zagazig University - Banha Branch, 1988-1989. Obtained Bachelor of Engineering, Department of Electronic and Electrical communication Engineering in 1990. Head of the Film Commission, the Supreme Council of Culture in 2012...
39. Ilham Shaheen Ilham Shaheen Actress, One-Zero
40. Hani Ramzi Hani Ramzi Actor, Divorce Attorney
41. Athar El-Hakim Athar El-Hakim Actress, Friska
42. Mohamed Sobhi Mohamed Sobhi Actor, Yawmeat Wanees
43. Yehia El-Fakharany Yehia El-Fakharany Actor, The Yacoubian Building
44. Mostafa Gaafar Mostafa Gaafar Actor, Day of the Falcon
45. Nabila Ebeid Nabila Ebeid Actress, The Other
46. Khaled Saleh Khaled Saleh Actor, Chaos, This Is
47. Mona Hala Mona Hala Actress, Cairo Time Mona is an Egyptian actress, comedian and YouTube video blogger. She studied German language in the Faculty of Alsun, an Egyptian school offering License degrees in multiple languages. Mona embarked on her career with the children's show 'Yalla Bina', the Arabic translation of 'let's go'. Her next major step was her role in 'El basha Telmiz'...
48. Anwar Wagdi Anwar Wagdi Actor, The Flirtation of Girls
49. Laila Eloui Laila Eloui Actress, I Love Cinema
50. Simone Silva Simone Silva Actress, The Shadow Man Simone Silva was born to French-Italian parents in Cairo as Simone de Bouillard. She was known mainly in England, where the great majority of her films were produced, as an actress of B-movies, who usually played supporting roles and bit parts.This mostly forgotten actress in some ways was more bright in life than in her very short career...
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