Egyptian actresses died because of Liver cancer

Here are 1 famous actresses from Egypt died in Liver cancer:

Sanaa Younes

Sanaa Younes (March 3, 1942 Alexandria-May 20, 2006 Cairo) also known as Sanaa Ali Younes or Sanaa Younés was an Egyptian actor.

Sanaa Younes started her acting career in 1958, at the age of sixteen. She starred in over 225 films, TV shows, and stage productions throughout her career. Younes was known for her versatility and ability to play a wide range of characters, from comedic to dramatic roles.

She received critical acclaim for her performances in films such as "Al-Ard" (The Land), "Al-Mughamara" (The Adventure), and "Al-Karnak" (The Karnak). She also won several awards for her acting, including the Best Actress Award at the Cairo Film Festival in 1977 for her role in "Al-Kitkat".

Apart from acting, Younes was also an accomplished painter and writer. She published several collections of her poetry and short stories and had exhibitions of her artwork.

Younes continued to act in films and TV shows until her death in 2006 at the age of 64. She left behind a legacy as one of Egypt's most talented and respected actors.

Younes was born in Alexandria, Egypt to a family of artists. Her mother was a pianist and her father was a director and actor. She grew up around the theater and cinema, which sparked her interest in acting at a young age.

Younes studied acting at the High Institute of Dramatic Art in Cairo and graduated in 1962. Her first film role was in "Al-Tariq" (The Road) directed by Salah Abouseif. It was a small role but it marked the beginning of her successful acting career.

In addition to her film and TV work, Younes was also known for her stage performances. She acted in many plays with the National Theater and toured with the Cairo Opera House to perform in Europe and the Middle East.

Younes was deeply involved in social issues and was known for her activism. She was a member of the Women's Union in Egypt and participated in many social campaigns for women's rights and other causes.

Throughout her career, Younes was admired for her talent, dedication, and professionalism. She was widely regarded as a role model for aspiring actors and a true icon of Egyptian cinema.

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