Abdelmonem Madbouly (1921 - 2006) عبدالمنعم مدبولي

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Abdel Moneim Madbouly is an Egyptian actor. He was born in Cairo in 1921. He loved acting since he was a student at primary school, when he was chosen to lead the school's theater troupe. He joined the High Arab Institute of Acting and graduated from it in 1949. He then joine...Read mored George Abyad's acting troupe, then Fatma Roushdy's acting troupe. Madbouly worked as a writer, actor and director in a lot of stage plays and formed several acting troupes. His most famoous plays are “Ana we Howa we Heya” (Me, Him and her), “Elnas Elli taht” (The People Underneath) and “Rayya we Sekina” (Rayya and Sekina). Madbouly started acting on film in the late 1950s, through the film “Ayamy Alsa'ida” (My Happy Days). He then continuously landed leading and supporting roles mostly in comedy films, simultaneously with his theater work. Among his most famous films are: “Al Hafid” (The Grandson), “Motarda Gharameya” (Romantic Pursuit) and “Roba' Dastet Ashrar” (The Dirty Quarter of a Dozen). Abdel Moneim Madbouly died of circulatory collapse in 2006 at the age of 85.

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  • Abdel Moneim Madbouly is an Egyptian actor. He was born in Cairo in 1921. He loved acting since he was a student at primary school, when he was chosen to lead the school's thea...Read moreter troupe. He joined the High Arab Institute of Acting and graduated from it in 1949. He then joined George Abyad's acting troupe, then Fatma Roushdy's acting troupe. Madbouly worked as a writer, actor and director in a lot of stage plays and formed several acting troupes. His most famoous plays are “Ana we Howa we Heya” (Me, Him and her), “Elnas Elli taht” (The People Underneath) and “Rayya we Sekina” (Rayya and Sekina). Madbouly started acting on film in the late 1950s, through the film “Ayamy Alsa'ida” (My Happy Days). He then continuously landed leading and supporting roles mostly in comedy films, simultaneously with his theater work. Among his most famous films are: “Al Hafid” (The Grandson), “Motarda Gharameya” (Romantic Pursuit) and “Roba' Dastet Ashrar” (The Dirty Quarter of a Dozen). Abdel Moneim Madbouly died of circulatory collapse in 2006 at the age of 85.

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  • Birth Name:
  • عبدالمنعم محمد عصام مدبولي


  • Died on:
  • 9 July 2006
    [التهاب رئوي حاد وهبوط في الدورة الدموية]



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