Ashraf Abdelbaky أشرف عبدالباقي

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Egyptian actor born in Shubra. He graduated from the faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University, then the High Institute of Performing Arts. He started acting since childhood and acted in a lot of plays with the Faculty of Commerce theater troupe and with many other amateur...Read more companies. He appeared in around 80 plays between the years 1979 and 1984. He was discovered by director Hani Motawie in the play Rose Wood. Some of his most famous plays include Ballo Ballo, Fog, When Dad Sleeps, and Refund my Loan. His most major TV series include The Respectable Man, Life of a Modern-Day Husband, and One Man, Six Women. He was introduced to the big screen by Raafat El Mihy in Mishmash (1988), and his most notable film appearances include Divorcing a Man, Girls in Love, A Generous Gesture, and Terrorism and Kebab.


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  • Ashraf Ahmed was born in Shubra. He graduated from the commerce faculty at the University of A’yn Shams after which he enrolled at the High Institute for Theatrical Arts. Ahmed’s...Read more acting career began in his youth. Whilst a student in the faculty of commerce, Ashraf performed in several theatrical productions as part of the faculty’s acting troupe and the amateur acting troupe. Ashraf took part in about 800 plays between 1979 and 1984. Ahmed’s talents were noticed by the director Hany Mutaw’e who watched him act in the play “Khashab Al Ward”. At the time Ahmed worked as a contractor working out of his factory which specialized in aluminum and décor. Raafat Al Mehy was the first to introduce Ashraf to the cinema industry. Ashraf closed down his factory after he began acting. Among his best known theatrical productions are “Pallo”, “Shabura”, “Bashweesh”, “Lama Baba Yenam” (“When Dad Goes to Bed”), “Rud Qardi” (“Cancel My Debt”). Among the most important television productions he has participated in are “Hadrat Al Muhtaram” and “Yawmyat Zawg Mu’assir” (“Memoirs of a Modern Husband”).

  • Egyptian actor born in Shubra. He graduated from the faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University, then the High Institute of Performing Arts. He started acting since childhood and...Read more acted in a lot of plays with the Faculty of Commerce theater troupe and with many other amateur companies. He appeared in around 80 plays between the years 1979 and 1984. He was discovered by director Hani Motawie in the play Rose Wood. Some of his most famous plays include Ballo Ballo, Fog, When Dad Sleeps, and Refund my Loan. His most major TV series include The Respectable Man, Life of a Modern-Day Husband, and One Man, Six Women. He was introduced to the big screen by Raafat El Mihy in Mishmash (1988), and his most notable film appearances include Divorcing a Man, Girls in Love, A Generous Gesture, and Terrorism and Kebab.

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  • أشرف أحمد عبدالباقي




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