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Rashwan Tawfek is an Egyptian actor who was born in Sayyeda Zeinab, Cairo in 1933. He got his Bachelor’s degree in acting and directing from the Higher Institute for Dramatic Arts and after graduating worked in Egyptian TV. After this, he joined a TV theater troupe that was getti...Read moreng started, and during this period of time was the star of a number of plays, including: “Sheia’ Fi Sadri” (Something in my Chest), “El Showaria El Khalfia” (The Backstreets), “Thawra Qareya” (Revolution of a Village), “Bayt El Fananeen” (House of Artists). Tawfek also performed with the Tafik El Hakim Theater Troupe, The Modern Theatre Troupe, and the National Theatre Troupe. After long years of acting in the theater, Tawfek moved to acting in TV drama at the end of the 1970s. The most famous serials that he acted in include: “Abna’i El-A’za’ Shukran” (Thank You, My Dears), “El Ayam” (The Days), “Mohamed Rusul Allah,” El Shahid We El Domou’” (Honey and Tears), “El Zayni Barakat,” “Len Ayesh Fe Galabab Abi” (I Won’t Live My Father’s Life).

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  • Rashwan Tawfek is an Egyptian actor who was born in Sayyeda Zeinab, Cairo in 1933. He got his Bachelor’s degree in acting and directing from the Higher Institute for Dramatic Arts ...Read moreand after graduating worked in Egyptian TV. After this, he joined a TV theater troupe that was getting started, and during this period of time was the star of a number of plays, including: “Sheia’ Fi Sadri” (Something in my Chest), “El Showaria El Khalfia” (The Backstreets), “Thawra Qareya” (Revolution of a Village), “Bayt El Fananeen” (House of Artists). Tawfek also performed with the Tafik El Hakim Theater Troupe, The Modern Theatre Troupe, and the National Theatre Troupe. After long years of acting in the theater, Tawfek moved to acting in TV drama at the end of the 1970s. The most famous serials that he acted in include: “Abna’i El-A’za’ Shukran” (Thank You, My Dears), “El Ayam” (The Days), “Mohamed Rusul Allah,” El Shahid We El Domou’” (Honey and Tears), “El Zayni Barakat,” “Len Ayesh Fe Galabab Abi” (I Won’t Live My Father’s Life).

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