Abbas al-Noury

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Abbas Al-Noury
عباس النوري
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Born (1952-12-08) December 8, 1952 (age 62)
Damascus, Syria
Occupation Actor
Years active 1976 - present
Spouse(s) Aa'nud Khaled

Abbas al-Noury (Arabic: عباس النوري‎) (born December 8, 1952 in Damascus, Syria) is a Syrian television actor, known for his role in the Syrian series Bab al-Hara 1 and 2, and for being the leading Syrian actor of "Al Ijtiah" (The Invasion) TV series about the atrocities in Jenin camp in Palestine, this series was the first Arabic TV production to win the [1]] (Emmy’s new telenovela category for the best international drama series) in 2008.

Professional and personal life[edit]

Al-Nouri started his acting career at a very young age, his first professional role was at Damascus University's theater, After studying History at Damascus University, he took some small roles in the growing Syrian drama industry and also played vocal roles in many popular Damascus Radio series. His background and interest in History made him one of the best actors, critics and directors of historical TV series. He is married to Aa'nud Khaled, a TV series writer,[2] they have two boys and a girl.[3]

Acting works[edit]

  • Bayader (Wheat Fields) (1976)
  • Al-Waseet (The Broker) (1978)
  • Tayer Al-Ayyam Al-Ajeebah (1980)
  • Al-Ajniha (The Wings) (1984)
  • Al-Tabiba (The Doctor) (1985)
  • Alhijra Ela Al-Watan (Migration to the Homeland) (1987)
  • Lik Ya Sham (For you Damascus) (1988)
  • Hijrat Al-Qoloub Ela Al-Qoloub (1990)
  • Abu Kamel - Part1 (1990)
  • Al-Khishkhash (Poppy) (1991)
  • Ayyam Shamieh (Damascene Days) (1992)
  • Al-Doghri (1992)
  • Abu Kamel - Part2 (1993)
  • Abna Wa Umahat (Sons and Mothers) (1994)
  • Hammam al-Quishani - Part 2 (1995)
  • Hammam al-Quishani - Part 3 (1996)
  • Kunna Assdiqa'a (We Were Friends) (1996)
  • Layali al-Salehiyah (Alsalehiyah Nights)(2004)
  • Bab Al-Hara (Neighborhood Gate) (2006)
  • Bab Al-Hara (Neighborhood Gate)- Part 2 (2007) where he partly participated in writing, editing and directing
  • Mamaraat Dayiqah (2007)
  • Al-Ijtiyaah (The Conquest)(2007) (Emmy Award winner)
  • Awlad Kimraya (Sons of Alqaimarieh)(2008) A two parts successful series written by his spouse
  • Al Hussrum Al Sahammi (Damassene Green Grapes)Parts 1, 2 and 3 (between 2007 and 2009)
  • Laysa Saraaba (It's Not Mirage) (2008) Best series of the year
  • Sheta'a Sakhen (Hot Winter)(2009)
  • Qalbi Maakom (My heart is with you) (2009)
  • Ahl Alrayah - Part2 (The Standard Bearers) (2010)
  • Al Khubz Al Haram (Forbidden Bread) (2010)
  • Suqout Al Khilafah (The fall of the Caliphate) (2010)
  • Taab El Meshwar (2011)
  • Talea Al Fiddah (2011)
  • Al Ishq Al Haram (Forbidden Love) (2011)
  • Alammeme (2012)
  • Sukar Wasat (2013)
  • Al Girbal (2014)
  • Bab Al Hara - Part (6) (2014)

He also participated in a few films: Altaqreer (The Report) with Doraid Lahham Alqatl an Tareeq Al Tasalsol (Serial Killing) with Mona Wassef

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