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Talented Syrian artist Nasser Vardiyani passed away on Sunday at the age of 71.
Syrian Artists Syndicate and Syrian Television invited the late artist in a statement on their Facebook page.
The late Nasser Vardiani was hospitalized a week ago due to ill health.
The artist, Nasser Vardiani, was born in 1951 in Aleppo, is married and has 4 children.
He began his artistic career in 1968 and has starred in several television, film and drama productions.
The late Nasser played a number of roles, including al-Muqtar Abu Salim in the Kom al-Hajr series and Abu Jahl in the Khalid bin al-Walid series, and in “Al-Jir Salem” and other roles he left behind. An impact on the audience.
His most important television productions include Bob al-Hara, Broker, al-Haramlik, al-Imam, Warda Shamia, The Godfather, Domino, Demis, al-Hassan and al-Hussein, Abu Jaber al-Mansour, and al-Brothers. Biographies of Durab, al-Sir Salem, al-Jalali, Khan al-Harir and others.
The last screenplay for Vardiani was The Conquest of Andalusia, released last April, and tells the story of Muslim leader Tariq bin Ziad and his major victories that led to Andalusia’s victory.
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