Khaled Saleh (1964 - 2014) خالد صالح

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Egyptian actor born on January 23, 1964 in Giza. He began acting in college where he took part in stage productions. He then performed in amateur theaters like the Hanijjar in Egyptian Opera House, where he stayed for a long time. Throughout this period, he also did some business...Read more on the side. He completely devoted himself to acting in 2000, and at age 36 rose to prominence for his talented performances as complex, tyrannical villains. His notable film credits include Tito, Alexandria Private, and This Is Chaos. Among his television credits are Merchant of Happiness, Sultan of Love, and Al-Rayyan. His final film appearance was in The Island 2 (2014). He passed away on September 25, 2014, after his health deteriorated after he underwent an open-heart surgery at the Magdi Yacoub Heart Center in Aswan.




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  • Egyptian actor born on January 23, 1964 in Giza. He began acting in college where he took part in stage productions. He then performed in amateur theaters like the Hanijjar in...Read more Egyptian Opera House, where he stayed for a long time. Throughout this period, he also did some business on the side. He completely devoted himself to acting in 2000, and at age 36 rose to prominence for his talented performances as complex, tyrannical villains. His notable film credits include Tito, Alexandria Private, and This Is Chaos. Among his television credits are Merchant of Happiness, Sultan of Love, and Al-Rayyan. His final film appearance was in The Island 2 (2014). He passed away on September 25, 2014, after his health deteriorated after he underwent an open-heart surgery at the Magdi Yacoub Heart Center in Aswan.

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Trivia:
  • Married Mai Karim, daughter of former Egyptian minister of health in 2012.
  • Known for his extensive charity work, specially in poor provinces and villages.
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  • Birth Name:
  • Khaled Sayed Mahmoud Saleh


  • Birth Country:
  • Egypt

  • Birth City:
  • Al Jizah


  • Death Country:
  • Egypt

  • Death City:
  • Aswan



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