Shwikar

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Shwikar
شويكار
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Born Shwikar Ibrahim
(1938-11-24) November 24, 1938 (age 78)
Alexandria, Egypt
Nationality Egyptian
Occupation actress.

Shwikar (Arabic: شويكار‎‎) (born 24 November 1938[1]) is a famous Egyptian actress. She started her career in Alexandria in some tragedic roles before she was discovered by the Egyptian film director Fateen Abdul Wahab to work as a comedian in TV, cinema and theatres. She is of Turkish origin.

Selected filmography[edit]

  • Kashf Al Mastor
  • Zaman Al Mamno'
  • Al Nassab Wal Kalb
  • Al Kamasha
  • Al Kersh
  • Ragol Le Haza Al Zaman (A man for this time)
  • Ebnty Wal Ze'ab (My daughter and the wolves)
  • Sanawat Al Khatar
  • Al 'arbagy
  • Shabab Yarkos Fawk Al Nar
  • Al Mar'a Heya Al Mar'a
  • Fatah Tabhas 'an Al Hob ( A Girl Looking For Love)
  • Ta'er Al Layl Al Hazin
  • Al Saka Mat
  • Viva Zalata
  • Al Kaddab (The Liar)
  • Madraset Al Moraheken (Teenagers school)
  • Shelt Al Mohtalen
  • Al Shahat
  • Akhtar Ragol Fel 'Alam (The World's Most Dangerous Man)
  • Ares Bent Al Wzeer
  • Safah Al Nesa'
  • Rob' Dastet Ashrar
  • Al 'Ataba Gazaz
  • Emr'aty Magnona Magnona (My Woman Is Crazy)
  • Alam Modhek (Funny World)
  • Shanabo Fel Masyada (Shanabo In The Trap)
  • Al Ragel Dah Hayganeny (This Man Is Driving Me Crazy)
  • Gharam fe Agostos (Love In Augus)
  • Al Shakekan (The 2 Brothers)
  • Al Regal La Yatazwgon Al Gamelat
  • Al Mared
  • Aros el Nel
  • Tareek Al Shaytan (Devil's Road)
  • Al Zawga Rakam 13 (The Wife No. 13)
  • Gharam Al Asyad
  • Al Do' Al Khafet
  • Al Maganeen Fe Na'em
  • kalemney shokran

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