Egyptian actors who deceased in 2012

Here are 2 famous actors from Egypt died in 2012:

Ahmed Ramzy

Ahmed Ramzy (March 23, 1930 Northern coast of Egypt-September 28, 2012) a.k.a. Ramzy Mahmoud Bayoumi, Amed Ramzy or Ramzy was an Egyptian actor.

He began his career in the 1950s and appeared in over 200 films throughout his career. Known for his good looks and charismatic personality, Ramzy quickly became a popular leading man in Egyptian cinema. He often co-starred with fellow actor Omar Sharif, including in the films "The Lebanese Mission" and "The River of Love." Ramzy also appeared in international films, such as "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Death on the Nile." In addition to acting, Ramzy was also a talented musician and dancer, and performed in many musicals throughout his career. He was a beloved figure in Egyptian cinema and is still remembered as one of the greatest actors of his time.

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Youssef Dawoud

Youssef Dawoud (March 10, 1938 Alexandria-June 24, 2012 Nasr City) a.k.a. Youssef Gergis Salib, Youseff Daoud, يوسف جرجس صليب or يوسف داوود was an Egyptian actor.

He started his acting career in the 1960s and appeared in numerous films, television dramas, and stage productions throughout his career. His work earned him several awards including the Best Supporting Actor award at the Cairo National Festival for Egyptian Cinema for his role in the film "Terrorism and Kebab" in 1993. In addition to acting, Dawoud was also known for his activism and involvement in political movements in Egypt. He was a prominent member of the leftist Tagammu party and supported the 2011 Egyptian Revolution. Dawoud passed away in 2012 after suffering from a heart attack. His legacy as one of Egypt's most beloved actors lives on through his body of work and contributions to the arts and politics in his country.

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