Egyptian actors who deceased in 2003

Here are 1 famous actors from Egypt died in 2003:

Kent Walton

Kent Walton (August 22, 1917 Cairo-August 24, 2003 Guildford) also known as Kenneth Walton Beckett, Elton Hawke, Ralph Solomons or The Voice of Wrestling was an Egyptian presenter, actor and film producer.

He was best known for his work as a sports commentator, particularly for his coverage of professional wrestling. Walton was the lead commentator for the ITV's World of Sport wrestling program, which was a staple of Saturday afternoons in the UK for over 30 years.

In addition to his work as a commentator, Walton was also a successful film and television producer. He produced a number of popular British television programs, including the quiz show "Double Your Money" and the long-running medical soap opera "Emergency Ward 10."

Walton was also a talented actor, appearing in a number of films throughout his career. He appeared in the 1959 film "Dentist in the Chair" and the 1962 film "Invasion Quartet," among others.

Throughout his career, Walton was known for his distinctive voice and his ability to capture the excitement of sporting events. He was a beloved figure in the UK, and his contributions to the world of sports broadcasting continue to be remembered and celebrated to this day.

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