Egyptian actors who deceased in 1978

Here are 3 famous actors from Egypt died in 1978:

Goffredo Alessandrini

Goffredo Alessandrini (September 9, 1904 Cairo-May 16, 1978 Rome) a.k.a. G. Alessandrini was an Egyptian film director, screenwriter and actor.

He is known for his contributions to Italian neorealist cinema and directed over 90 films throughout his career. Alessandrini began his career in the 1920s as an actor, appearing in Italian films such as "Quo Vadis?" and "Cabiria". He transitioned to directing in the 1930s and quickly became known for his socially conscious films that highlighted issues such as poverty and political corruption. Some of his most notable films include "Under the Sun of Rome", "La Valigia dei Sogni", and "Acciaio". Alessandrini was known for his attention to detail and his ability to capture the reality and emotions of his characters on screen. He was awarded the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Award for Best Director in 1949 and was honored with a retrospective of his work at the Venice Film Festival in 1978, shortly before his death.

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Abbas Fares

Abbas Fares (April 22, 1902 Egypt-February 13, 1978 Cairo) was an Egyptian actor.

He began his acting career on stage in the late 1920s and went on to become one of the most prominent actors of Egypt's Golden Age of cinema in the 1940s and '50s. Fares appeared in over 150 films throughout his career, often playing villainous and comedic roles. Some of his most famous films include "El-Ajouzah," "El-Zouga El-Talattashar," and "Kursi El-Aql." Fares was known for his ability to adapt to any character and was beloved by both audiences and fellow performers. In addition to his work in film, he was also a pioneer in Egyptian radio drama and had a successful career as a voice actor. Fares was awarded the Order of Merit, the highest honor bestowed upon an artist in Egypt, in recognition of his contributions to Egyptian culture.

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Adly Kasseb

Adly Kasseb (April 21, 1918-September 13, 1978) also known as Adly Abdel Hamid Kasseb, The cinema demon or The actor of the 1000 faces was an Egyptian actor.

He appeared in more than 200 films during his career, spanning from the 1940s to the 1970s. Kasseb was known for his ability to portray a variety of characters, from comedic to dramatic roles. He was also known for his work as a stuntman and his skills in acrobatics and horse riding. Kasseb earned several awards and recognitions for his contributions to the film industry, including the Egyptian Order of Merit in 1970. He passed away in 1978 at the age of 60. Despite his passing, Kasseb's legacy continues to live on through his films and his impact on Egyptian cinema.

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