June 9, 2023

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Profile of Syrian artist Muhammad Khanoua, after announcing his death at the age of 49

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Syrian artist Muhammad Khanova, died Saturday evening at the age of 49 due to a heart attack (heart attack), shortly after he posted a farewell to the character ” Showman” on his social media page. He performed in the Al-Arabji series during this year’s Ramadan drama season, the official Syrian news agency “Sana” reported.

As reported by “Sana”, a quick overview of the late artist is as follows:

Son of the late radio artist and director Marawan Khanoa, who belongs to an artistic family famous in the world of theatre, Muhammad Khanoa is a graduate of Al Aghawain Khanoa Technology, so there is no need to study at a higher institute of theater arts. School, so he graduated from the Tourism and Hotel Institute and worked for several years in the comedy drama “Pins”. And in 2018 she had another theater experience with Joy Choir titled “The Bread Bath”.

He has spent almost 3 decades in the field of art and drama, where his breakthrough began when artist Yasser Al-Asma chose him to participate in a series of popular comic series Mirrors in 1995, so he provided sketches that showcased his talent. In the 2007 film “Outside Coverage”.

The late Khanova appeared in dozens of plays and television shows, including Behind the Walls 1995, Director by Accident 1996, People and Habayeb 1999, Lashu al-Haqqi 2001 Abu al-Mafia, Jasmine and Cement, Our Sweet Days 2003. -Salihia 2004, The Age of Madness, Betrayal, Fives and Thursdays 2005, Deer in the Forest of Wolves and the Will of Fancy 2006.

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In 2007 he played lead roles in several Syrian series including On the Edge of the Abyss and Sirat al-Hab. In 2008, Awlad Al-Khaimariah participated in My Grandfather’s House and Another Rainy Day. Viewers of Days of Study and many more series.

Kanwa excelled in playing roles of the Levantine milieu he was known for, especially in popular series such as Bab al-Hara, al-Sham al-Adiya, Asad al-Warraq, al-Tabar, Ahl al-Raya. and al-Amimi and the historical series al-Khaqa bin Amr al-Tamimi 2010 and others.

Khanua’s last work in three years was his last artistic appearance in a Ramadan play this season in the series Al Kubba Ali, Al Swallow, On a Hot Tin, Alive in Love, Al Arbaji, Al Kubba Ale, Zuqaq Al Jin. , Sabaya, Minister’s Decision and Jam al-Eaz.