Fouad Said

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Fouad Said
Born 1933 (age 84–85)
Nationality Egyptian American
Occupation Film producer, cinematographer, filmmaker

Fouad Said (born 1933) is an Egyptian American producer, cinematographer and filmmaker. He is best known for inventing Cinemobile, a mobile movie studio. This was developed on the set of the TV show I Spy and proved enormously influential in Hollywood. It earned Said an Oscar.[1][2]

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