Algerian movie stars died at 72

Here are 2 famous actresses from Algeria died at 72:

Maria Cardinal

Maria Cardinal (March 9, 1929 Algiers-May 9, 2001 Valréas) also known as Marie. Cardinal, Simone Odette Maria Theresa Cardinal, Maria CARDINAL or Marie Cardinal was an Algerian screenwriter, actor and writer. Her children are Alice Ronfard, Benedict Ronfard and Benedict Ronfard.

Maria Cardinal was born and raised in Algiers, Algeria. She moved to Paris at 16 years old to study literature and theater. She began her career as an actor and eventually started writing screenplays for French television. She gained literary recognition for her memoir, "The Words to Say It," in which she discusses her own experiences with psychoanalysis and sexual abuse. Her writing often explored themes such as mental illness, trauma, and identity. Cardinal's work was widely translated and awarded, including the Prix des libraires and the Grand Prix de littérature de la SGDL. She passed away in 2001 at the age of 72.

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Warda al-Jazairia

Warda al-Jazairia (July 22, 1939 Puteaux-May 17, 2012 Cairo) a.k.a. Warda, Warda Jazairia, The Algerian Rose, Warda El Djazairya, Ouarda, Warda Fatouki, Warda El Gazserya, Warda El - Gazairia or Warda Al Jazairia was an Algerian singer and actor. She had two children, Wedad Qasiri and Riyad Qasiri.

She died in cardiac arrest.

Warda al-Jazairia was born in Puteaux, France and was the daughter of an Algerian father and a Lebanese mother. She grew up in Algeria and at a young age, began performing in music festivals and concerts. Warda became known for her powerful vocals and ability to sing in various languages including Arabic, French, and Spanish.

In the 1960s, Warda moved to Egypt to pursue her singing career and appeared in several Egyptian films. She became known as "The Algerian Rose" and her music was popular throughout the Arab world. Some of her most famous songs include "Batwanes Beek," "Harramt Ahebbak," and "Lola El Malama."

Warda was also known for her patriotic songs and was considered a symbol of Arab unity. She often sang about the struggles of Algerians during the country's fight for independence from France.

Throughout her career, Warda released over 300 songs and performed in concerts around the world. She received numerous awards for her contributions to music, including the Medal of Honor from the President of Algeria.

Warda's legacy continues to live on in the Arab world and she is remembered as one of the greatest singers in the region's history.

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