Nour El-Sherif

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Nour El-Sherif
Nour El-Sherif.jpg
El-Sherif in London, October 2007
Born (1946-04-28)28 April 1946
Cairo, Egypt
Died 11 August 2015(2015-08-11) (aged 69)
Cairo, Egypt
Occupation Actor
Years active 1965–2013
Spouse(s) Poussi (1972-2006 divorced) and (2015)

Nour El-Sherif (Arabic: نور الشريف‎‎; 28 April 1946 – 11 August 2015) was a contemporary Egyptian actor. His birth name is Mohamad Geber Mohamad ِAbd Allah (Arabic: محمد جابر محمد عبد الله‎‎).

El-Sherif was born in the working-class neighbourhood of Sayeda Zainab in Cairo (Arabic: السيدة زينب‎‎). El-Sherif was married to Poussi (1972–2006) and together they had two daughters, Sarah and Mai. He got divorced from Poussi in 2006 and they reunited in early 2015 during the difficulty of his illness. He also played soccer before choosing acting as a career. Nour El-Sherif is sometimes credited as Nour El Cherif, Nour El-Cherif or Nour Al-Sharif. He died on August 11 2015, Cairo, Egypt.

Political Opinions[edit]

In an interview which aired on Egypt's CBC TV on October 6, 2011 (as translated by MEMRI), El-Sharif claimed that "when it comes to the Holocaust, there is no freedom of speech." He also stated that "When a Frenchman wrote a Ph.D. dissertation, in which he proved that the [gas] chambers were a Jewish... an Israeli lie, they revoked his doctorate. That's another thing – the Israeli lobby has infiltrated France so deeply that the Sorbonne revoked a doctoral degree that it had awarded a researcher."[1]

In an interview which aired on Egypt's CBC TV on September 7, 2014 (as translated by MEMRI), Al-Sharif claimed that the attacks of September 11, 2001 were the "result of an internal American conflict" between the "U.S. presidency and the CIA."[2]

Death[edit]

Nour El-Sherif died from an unspecified illness in Cairo at the age of 69 in 2015 after a severe struggle from the disease.

Filmography[edit]

  • Laylat El-Baby Doll (2008) .... Awadain

... aka The Baby Doll Night (International: English title)

  • Omaret yakobean (2006) .... Haj Azzam

... aka The Yacoubian Building (International: English title) (USA)

  • Dam el ghazal (2005) .... Gaber Emaish
  • "Eish ayamak" (2004) TV series .... Sa'eed

العطار والسبع بنات (2002)

  • 11'0901 - September 11 (2002) .... (segment Egypt)

... aka 11 septembre 2001 (Iran: Persian title) ... aka 11'0901 - September 11 (France) ... aka 11'0901: Onze minutes, neuf secondes, un cadre (France) ... aka Eleven Minutes, Nine Seconds, One Image: September 11 (International: English title) ... aka September 11 (USA)

  • Haj Metwali's Family (2001)
  • Lan A3ish Fi Gelbab Abi ( I won't live in my father's robes) (1995)
  • Ikhtefaa Gaafar El-Mas (1998)

... aka Disappearance of Gaafar El-Masry (informal literal English title)

... aka Destin, Le (France) ... aka Destiny (USA) ... aka Maseer, El (alternative transliteration)

  • Leila Sakhina (1994)

... aka A Hot Night

  • ِAyoun Al Sakr (1992)

... Movie

  • Sarkha, Al (1992)

... aka The Cry (International: English title)

  • Nagi El-Ali (1991)
  • Bahths an Al-Sayyid Marzuq, al- (1990)

... aka The Search of Sayed Marzouk

  • Inar gahined (1989)

... aka Hellfire

  • Seraa al ahfad (1989)
  • Kaher el-zaman (1987)
  • Ibnati wal-zi'b (1986)
  • El-Ketaar (1986)

... aka The Train

  • Sa Alik, al- (1985)

... aka The Bums ... aka The Vagabonds (International: English title)

  • Beit al-qadi (1984)
  • Bariq ayneyk (1982)
  • Al tawous (1982)

... aka The Peacock (International: English title)

  • Hadduta misrija (1982) (as Nour El-Cherif) .... Yehia

... aka An Egyptian Story

  • Sawak al-utubis (1982)

... aka Bus Driver

  • Shaytan yaez, Al (1981)
  • Ahl el qema (1981)
  • Akmar, al- (1981)
  • Raghba, -al (1980)

... aka Desire

  • Maraa al okhra, Al (1978)

... aka The Other Woman (Egypt: English title: informal title)

  • Eeteraf al akhir, Al (1978)

... aka The Last Confession (International: English title: informal title)

  • Wa da al-omr ya waladi (1978)
  • Darbet shams (1978)
  • Rehla dakhel emraa (1978)

... aka Journey Inside a Woman (International: English title: informal title)

  • Ota ala nar (1977) .... Amin
  • Sonya and the Madman (1977)
  • La waqt lil-demoue (1976)
  • Leqa ma al-madi (1975)
  • Alo, ana al-ghetta (1975)

... aka Hello, I'm the Cat (International: English title)

... aka Bloody Sunday

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Habib, Samar. Female Homosexuality in the Middle East: Histories and Representations. Routledge, July 18, 2007. ISBN 0415956730, 9780415956734.

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