Hassan Alaa Eddin

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Hassan Alaa Eddin, commonly known as Chouchou or Shoushou, was a Lebanese actor/singer/comedian born on 26 February 1939 in Joun. Shoushou sang and composed many children's songs and plays including Alef B Boubeye and Nana il Hilwe. He died on January 2, 1975 at the age of 36 from a heart condition, alone, poor, and destitute. Shoushou was the founder of the national theater. He also wrote and played in many TV movies.

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