Bishara Wakim

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Bishara Wakim بشارة واكيم
Born Bisharah Yoakim
(1890-03-05)March 5, 1890
Cairo, Egypt
Died 30 November 1949(1949-11-30) (aged 59)
Cairo, Egypt
Occupation director, actor,in 381 films

Bishara Wakim(1890–1949) (Arabic:بشارة واكيم ) Egyptian director and actor born in Faggala, Cairo in 1890.

His real name is Bisharah Yoakim educated in Collège-des-Frères (Bab-El-Louk), he was a Greek Catholic, in 1917 graduated from the School of Law and he started his life as a lawyer.

Began his acting career as a member of the Abdul Rahman Rushdi theater group, then a member of George Abiad theater group, then with Egyptian actor Youssef Wahbi in his Ramses theatre group .He then moved to the Mounira El Mahdeya theater as actor, director and technical director.

Bishara Wakim (1890–1949), honored by the Egyptian government for his achievements in film and theater, played the role of the Lebanese in most of the Egyptian movies of the thirties and the forties.

Bishara Wakim made about 381 films to the Egyptian cinema.

Bishara Wakim died on November 30, 1949.


  • 1936 radio song
  • 1945 beginning of the month
  • 1943 the son of the country
  • 1947 the son of the Middle
  • 1934 the son of the people
  • 1941 triumph of youth
  • 1942 Bahbah Baghdad
  • 1947 Alpremo
  • 1947 Lebanese University
  • 1946 I'm not an angel
  • 1946 game of the six
  • 1942 if you're rich
  • 1945 great artist
  • 1947 Baghdad, Cairo
  • 1947 Qublni Oh Father
  • 1945 Love story
  • 1943 issue of the day
  • 1947 Alby Dalily
  • 1947 and my heart weep
  • 1945 bloody hearts
  • 1947 Alohm mask

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