Ahmed Ramzy (actor)
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Who is Ahmed Ramzy?
Ahmed Ramzy, was an Egyptian actor who played the leading roles in many Egyptian films in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s.
- also known as Ramzy Mahmoud Bayoumi, Amed Ramzy, Ramzy
- born on (84 years ago) in Northern coast of Egypt
- nationality: Egypt
- education: Victoria College, Alexandria
- profession: Actor
- Marriage with Nagwa Fouad in
- died on
- played Ahmed in "Hob wa Dumoo`"
- played Mamdouh in "La Tutf'e al-Shams"
- "I Will Not Confess"
- played Mamdouh in "Sira` Fi al-Mina"
- played Ramzy in "Ayyamna al-Holwa"
- played Ragab in "Chitchat on the Nile"
- played Rafat in "Days and Nights"
- played Casella in "Heroes Without Glory"
- "The Terrible Hours"
- played Salah in "Escaping from Love"
- played Hamada in "Hawaa Wal Kerd"
- played Medhat in "Shabab Magnoun Geddan"
- played Essam in "Three Friends"
- played Hussein in "The Lost Son"
- played Mamdouh in "Story of a Whole Life"
- "A Husband's Confession"
- played Magdy in "Frivolous Youth"
- "First Love"
- played Ahmed in "Shakket El Talaba"
- played Murdok (a Lybian Chief) in "The Slave"
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