Mervat Amin

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Mervat Amin
Born Mervat Mostafa Amin
(1946-11-24) November 24, 1946 (age 70)
Al Minya, Egypt
Occupation impressionist, actress, voice actor
Years active 2016 – present
Spouse(s) Hussien Fahmi (1974-1986)

Mervat Amin (Arabic: ميرفت أمين‎‎) (Born: November 24, 1946), is an Egyptian actress in El-Menya in Egypt. Her father is Egyptian and her mother Scottish. During the 1970s her mother was the Head of the Elementary School of El Nasr School Heliopolis, Egypt (formerly The English School, Cairo). Her father, Dr. Ahmad Amin, was the physician of the same institution.

Amin's first fame came when she starred with Abdel Halim Hafez in his last film, Abi Foq El Chagara (My Father Is Up the Tree).[1]

From there she became one of the most successful Egyptian actors in the 1970s and early 1980s during which she starred in many Egyptian films.

Mervat Amin was married four times. She was the second wife of Egyptian guitarist Omar Khorshid, as well as the second wife of the famous Egyptian actor Hussein Fahmy between 1974 and 1986. They had a daughter together, their marriage ending in divorce in 1986.[1]

Partial filmography[edit]

  • Abi Fo2 El Shagara (My Father Atop a Tree) 1970
  • Thartharah fawqa al-Nīl 1970
  • El 7afeed (The Grandson) 1974
  • Return of a Citizen 1986
  • Zawgat Ragol Mohim (The Wife of an Important Man) 1987
  • Ayyam El Sadat 2001
  • Morgane Ahmad Morgane 2008
  • Al 3awda Wal 3osfour
  • Enkezo Hazihy El 3a2ela
  • El 7ob Kabl El Khobz A7yanan
  • Asefa Arfod El Talaq
  • El 7ob Wa7do La Yakfy
  • Oula Sanawy
  • Wa7da Be Wa7da
  • El Ekhwa El A3da2
  • Anf Wa Thalath 3oyoun
  • 7afeya 3ala Gesr Min Thahab
  • A3zam Tefl Fel 3alam
  • El Donia 3ala Gena7 Yamama
  • 3awdet Akhtar Ragol Fel 3alam
  • Hams El Gawary
  • Al Ba3d Yazhab Lel Ma2zoun Maraten
  • Al 2onsa Wel Ze2ab
  • El 3eyal El Tayebeen
  • El Demou3 El Sakhena
  • El Fara7
  • Qadar Emra2a
  • Tharthara Fawq El Nile
  • El 7ob Ta7t El Matar
  • El Selem El Khalfy
  • Kart A7mar
  • La Tabky Ya 7abeeb El 3omr
  • El Banat Wel Mercedes
  • Abna2 El Samt
  • Al Qetar
  • Ayam El-Sadat
  • El Katl El laziz
  • Ahlam Saghira
  • Al Aragoz
  • Zawgat ragol mohim
  • Basamat fawk al maa
  • Tazwir fi awrak rasmeya
  • Sawa2 El Otobis
  • Maraa al okhra, Al
  • Da2et 2alb
  • Al Fatena Wal So23ouq
  • Leqa ma al-madi
  • Nagm fi hayati
  • Agaieb ya zaman
  • Shellet El Moraheqin
  • El Ba7s 3an Fedi7a
  • As3ab Gawaz
  • Harebat Men El 7ob
  • Aby Fawq El shagara
  • Nofous 7a2era
  • El Qadeya 68
  • Khataya El 7ob
  • El Bondera
  • Makan Lel 7ob
  • Wentaha El 7ob
  • Sab3 El Leil
  • El Awbasha
  • Leila La Tonsa
  • Leila Sakhena Men Layaly El Rabi3
  • Leila Fi Shahr Sab3a
  • El Mar2a el Okhr
  • Makhaleb Emra2a
  • Enqaz Ma Yomken Enqazo
  • Shabab Fel Ga7im
  • Orido 7oban We 7ananan
  • Leh Ya Haram
  • Leka2 Ma3 El Mady
  • Emra2atan Wa Ragol
  • El Sa3a tadok Al 3ashera
  • Al Ghofran
  • Shellet El Morahekien
  • El Hasnaa Wa al Les
  • Ayam El Ro3b
  • Ma3 Sabk Al Esrar
  • Mokalama Ba3d Montasaf Al Layl
  • Al Abreya2
  • Al Kaddab
  • Wa Thaleth-hom Al Shaytan
  • 8aba Men El Seekan
  • Da2erat Al Entekam
  • Sarek Al Ma7faza
  • Sekkat Al 3ashe2in

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Ginsberg, Terri & Chris Lippard Historical Dictionary of Middle Eastern Einema, p. 28 (2010)

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