Mohammad Fouad

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Mohammad Fouad
Birth name Mohamed Fouad Abdel Hamid Hassan
Also known as Egypt Voice (Soot Masr)
Born (1961-12-20) December 20, 1961 (age 56)
Origin Cairo, Egypt
Genres Mediterranean
Occupation(s) Singer, composer, actor, Writer
Instruments Vocal
Years active 1982–present
Labels High Fidelity

Mohamed Fouad Abd El Hamid Hassan (Arabic: محمد فؤاد عبد الحميد حسن‎; born December 20, 1961) is an Egyptian singer, actor and songwriter. He filmed his first television series "Agla Min Hayaty" in 2010,[1] and hosted the television show "Khush Ala Fo’sh" in 2014.[2]

Filmography[edit]

  • Ghawy Hob
  • Howa Fi Eih?
  • Rehlet Hob
  • Esmailia Raieh Gai
  • Youm Har Gedan
  • Esharet Moror
  • America Shika Bika
  • El Qalb We Ma Yashak
  • Aghla men Hayaty

Discography[edit]

  • Fel Sekka (1985)
  • Khefet Dammo (1986)
  • Hawed (1987)
  • Mesheena (1992)
  • Habina (1993)
  • Nehlam (1994)
  • Hayran (1996)
  • Kamanana (1997)
  • El-Hob El-Haqiqy (1998)
  • Albi We Rouhi We Omri (1999)
  • El-Alb El-Tayeb (2000)
  • Keber El-Gharam (2001)
  • Rehlet Hob (2001)
  • Shareeny (2003)
  • Habibi Ya (2005)
  • Ghawy Hob (2006)
  • Wala Nos Kelma (2007)
  • Been Edeak (2010)
  • Ghaly (2010)
  • Besohola Keda (2010)
  • Ben Edeik (2010)
  • Ebn Balad (2010)
  • Bashabeh 3alek (2011)
  • Tameny 3alek (2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mohammad Fouad in His First Drama". Al Bawaba. 1 May 2010. Retrieved 23 May 2016. 
  2. ^ "Mohammad Fouad will be giving Ramiz Galal a run for his prank-giving money". Al Bawaba. 29 June 2014. Retrieved 23 May 2016.