Shaban Bilal (Cairo)
Egyptian artist Tawfiq Abdel Hamid has deleted an announcement he made yesterday about retiring from acting, which he wrote through his official account on his social networking site Facebook.
After deleting the post, Tawfiq Abdel Hameed wrote a new post on his Facebook account in which he said: “Sometimes acting, especially in TV dramas, gives me the opportunity to put a part of my life in character, sometimes it increases or decreases. According to details and events, it’s fun and It’s very painful. ”
Some of them considered deleting the publication and writing this new publication as a step back from the decision to retire from acting, which he announced yesterday and sparked controversy on Egyptian streets.
Yesterday, Abdel Hameed announced his permanent retirement from acting after the completion of the filming of his “Uterne” series, which is currently being shown for the 2022 season of the Ramadan series.
Tawfiq Abdel Hameed later clarified that he did not leave the art because he was persecuted in his last series, but was retiring due to ill health.
Tawfiq Abdel Hamid, born September 18, 1956, graduated from the Law Faculty in 1979 and then joined the Institute of Drama in 1983.
He also began his artistic career by working in theater, in which he spent a long time before going on television, and the most important series in which he participated were: “Um Kultum, Awan Al-Ward, The Hadith of the Morning, and the Evening, Amira in Aftin, The Halwani Gate” and Other.
In cinema, he starred in “The Mafia, the Prince of Darkness, and the Dream of Life” and other films, and also served as the director of the National Theater.
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