Fatma Roshdi (1908 - 1996) فاطمة رشدي

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Fatma Roshdi is an Egyptian actress who was born in Alexandria in 1908. She began her acting career at a young age, when (director) Ameen Attallah cast her in one of his acting troupe’s plays. Afterwards, she acted with a number of theater troupes, working alongside Abdel Rahman...Read more Rushdi, Sayyed Darwish, Aziz Eid, and Youseff Wehbe. Starting in the mid-1920s, Fatima starred in a significant number of plays, including: “El Sahraa’” (The Desert), “El Qan’aa El Azraq” (The Blue Mask), “El Nasr El Sagheer” (L’Aiglon), and “El Horreya” (Freedom). After separating from Aziz Eid, Fatima created her own private theater troupe, which became one of the most illustrious theater troupes. At the end of the 1920s, Fatima began her cinematic career. Her first film was “Fag’aa Foq El Haram” (Tragedy on the Pyramids) in 1928. She starred in a number of films until the 1950s, including “Thamin El Saa’da” (The Price of Happiness), “El A’mil” (The Worker), “El Tareeq El Mostaqeem” (The Virtuous Path), “Medina El Ghajer,” “El ‘Azeema” (Determination), “El Jassid” (The Body). She stopped acting at the end of the 1960s, and died in 1996 at the age of 87.



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  • Fatma Roshdi is an Egyptian actress who was born in Alexandria in 1908. She began her acting career at a young age, when (director) Ameen Attallah cast her in one of his acting...Read more troupe’s plays. Afterwards, she acted with a number of theater troupes, working alongside Abdel Rahman Rushdi, Sayyed Darwish, Aziz Eid, and Youseff Wehbe. Starting in the mid-1920s, Fatima starred in a significant number of plays, including: “El Sahraa’” (The Desert), “El Qan’aa El Azraq” (The Blue Mask), “El Nasr El Sagheer” (L’Aiglon), and “El Horreya” (Freedom). After separating from Aziz Eid, Fatima created her own private theater troupe, which became one of the most illustrious theater troupes. At the end of the 1920s, Fatima began her cinematic career. Her first film was “Fag’aa Foq El Haram” (Tragedy on the Pyramids) in 1928. She starred in a number of films until the 1950s, including “Thamin El Saa’da” (The Price of Happiness), “El A’mil” (The Worker), “El Tareeq El Mostaqeem” (The Virtuous Path), “Medina El Ghajer,” “El ‘Azeema” (Determination), “El Jassid” (The Body). She stopped acting at the end of the 1960s, and died in 1996 at the age of 87.

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