Written by Ali al-Kashudi
Wednesday, December 6, 2023 11:32 PM
A source close to the late great artist’s family revealed Ashraf Abdel GhafoorFor the seventh day, the late artist’s wife Reham Abdel Ghafoor’s mother was discharged from the hospital after her condition improved.
Sources indicate that late great Ashraf Abdel Kafur’s wife learned of her husband’s death after the family hid it from her.
Artist Ashraf Abdel Ghafoor, who died in clashes last Sunday, was a prolific artist who presented nearly 300 works of art in his career and owned about 100 religious and historical works, including his roles in the “Muhammad, Messenger of God” series. and “Imam Malik” and his likeness. For the role of “Sayyid bin Jubair” in the series “Greatest in History”, the Abbasid Caliph “Musa al-Hadi” in the series “Harun al-Rashid”, and the role of Sultan al-Ulama al-Is bin Abdul Salam in the series “Imams of Guidance”, operetta performances ( (Audio Book) Audio performance by Ashraf Abdel Ghafoor for several books in the series, in addition to his participation in episodes of Muhammadiyah Nights) and the program “Names of God”.
Ashraf Abdel Ghafoor was one of the first stars to gain his stardom through the television screen, he starred in the series “Cairo and the People” during the inception of television, one of the most important television series. For five years Abdel Ghafoor is considered one of the stars of the National Theater and one of its loyal sons, where he presented, since he joined it in 1963 until now, this theater has produced about 35 plays, most of them important works. The history of the national theater such as “Suleiman al-Halabi”, “The night of Guevara’s death”, “Acres of my homeland” and “Fire and olives”.
As for cinema, Ashraf Abdel Kafur, although he graduated from the first batch of a high-class cinema institute, had no luck with him, he began his career, like any budding actor, in small roles that grew into a second star. roles, after which relations between him and her fell apart and he wanted to return to his first home, which was television. During this journey, his relationship with the National Theater was never severed.
He participated in many television works, among them, “My Reckoning with the Days,” “Zahrat al-Jabal,” “The Halal Mountain,” “The Prayer of the Past,” “Cairo and the People. ,” “A knight without a horse,” “The accused is my father Hazrat,” and “He was brought up in Eso and others.
He delivered a group of famous films that are still etched in the minds of the audience, including “The Devil”, “Men in the Trap”, “The Voice of Love”, “Back Streets”, “Nothing Matters” and many more. Cinematic works.