Nour El-Sherif

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Nour El-Sherif
Nour El-Sherif.jpg
London, October 2007
Born Nour El-Sherif
(1946-04-28) April 28, 1946 (age 67)
Cairo, Egypt
Occupation Actor
Years active 1965 - present
Spouse(s) Poussi (1972 - 2006)

Nour El-Sherif (Arabic: نور الشريف‎) (born April 28, 1946) is a contemporary Egyptian actor. His birth name is Mohamad Geber Mohamad ِAbd Allah (Arabic: محمد جابر محمد عبد الله).

El-Sherif was born in the working-class neighbourhood of Sayeda Zainab in Cairo (Arabic: السيدة زينب‎).

El-Sherif was married to Poussi (1972–2006) and together they had two daughters, Sarah and Mai. He also played soccer before choosing acting as a career.

Nour El-Sherif is sometimes credited as Nour El Cherif, Nour El-Cherif or Nour Al-Sharif.

In an interview which aired on Egypt's CBC TV on October 6, 2011 (as translated by MEMRI), El-Sharif claimed that "when it comes to the Holocaust, there is no freedom of speech." He also stated that "When a Frenchman wrote a Ph.D. dissertation, in which he proved that the [gas] chambers were a Jewish... an Israeli lie, they revoked his doctorate. That's another thing – the Israeli lobby has infiltrated France so deeply that the Sorbonne revoked a doctoral degree that it had awarded a researcher."[1]

Filmography[edit]

  • Laylat El-Baby Doll (2008) .... Awadain

... aka The Baby Doll Night (International: English title)

  • Omaret yakobean (2006) .... Haj Azzam

... aka The Yacoubian Building (International: English title) (USA)

  • Dam el ghazal (2005) .... Gaber Emaish
  • "Eish ayamak" (2004) TV series .... Sa'eed
  • 11'0901 - September 11 (2002) .... (segment Egypt)

... aka 11 septembre 2001 (Iran: Persian title) ... aka 11'0901 - September 11 (France) ... aka 11'0901: Onze minutes, neuf secondes, un cadre (France) ... aka Eleven Minutes, Nine Seconds, One Image: September 11 (International: English title) ... aka September 11 (USA)

  • Ikhtefaa Gaafar El-Mas (1998)

... aka Disappearance of Gaafar El-Masry (informal literal English title)

... aka Destin, Le (France) ... aka Destiny (USA) ... aka Maseer, El (alternative transliteration)

  • Leila Sakhina (1994)

... aka A Hot Night

  • ِAyoun Al Sakr (1992)

... Movie

  • Sarkha, Al (1992)

... aka The Cry (International: English title)

  • Nagi El-Ali (1991)
  • Bahths an Al-Sayyid Marzuq, al- (1990)

... aka The Search of Sayed Marzouk

  • Inar gahined (1989)

... aka Hellfire

  • Seraa al ahfad (1989)
  • Kaher el-zaman (1987)
  • Ibnati wal-zi'b (1986)
  • El-Ketaar (1986)

... aka The Train

  • Sa Alik, al- (1985)

... aka The Bums ... aka The Vagabonds (International: English title)

  • Beit al-qadi (1984)
  • Bariq ayneyk (1982)
  • Al tawous (1982)

... aka The Peacock (International: English title)

  • Hadduta misrija (1982) (as Nour El-Cherif) .... Yehia

... aka An Egyptian Story

  • Sawak al-utubis (1982)

... aka Bus Driver

  • Shaytan yaez, Al (1981)
  • Ahl el qema (1981)
  • Akmar, al- (1981)
  • Raghba, -al (1980)

... aka Desire

  • Maraa al okhra, Al (1978)

... aka The Other Woman (Egypt: English title: informal title)

  • Eeteraf al akhir, Al (1978)

... aka The Last Confession (International: English title: informal title)

  • Wa da al-omr ya waladi (1978)
  • Darbet shams (1978)
  • Rehla dakhel emraa (1978)

... aka Journey Inside a Woman (International: English title: informal title)

  • Ota ala nar (1977) .... Amin
  • Sonya and the Madman (1977)
  • La waqt lil-demoue (1976)
  • Leqa ma al-madi (1975)
  • Alo, ana al-ghetta (1975)

... aka Hello, I'm the Cat (International: English title)

  • Karnak, Al (1975)
  • Youm El-Ahad El-Damy (1975)

... aka Bloody Sunday

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Habib, Samar. Female Homosexuality in the Middle East: Histories and Representations. Routledge, July 18, 2007. ISBN 0415956730, 9780415956734.

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