Cairo-ALsharqiya, September 26: The Egyptian artist, Al-Montasser Billah, died at noon on Saturday, at the age of 70, in a hospital in Alexandria.
Where the Egyptian artist has been suffering over the past years from several diseases, which began with a stroke he suffered 12 years ago, which caused his departure from acting and his inability to present only simple roles. For his part, the captain of the Actors d. Ashraf Zaki The funeral of the late artist Al-Montasser Billah will take place tomorrow in Cairo.
Al-Muntaser Billah, who was born in February 1950, has presented nearly 180 artistic works throughout his career, where his career began with the trio of stage lights in the early seventies of the last century, while last summer’s series, which was shown 10 years ago, was the last that he participated in. Throughout recent years he suffers from the disease, and it appears intermittently.
Dr. Enas Abdel-Dayem, Minister of Culture, and all bodies and sectors called out the great artist Al-Montasser Billah, and said that the deceased had a special style of performance and excelled in expressing the nature of the characters he embodied, adding that he represented the key word in the success of all the works he participated in. She offered condolences to his family, friends and loved ones, praying to God that the deceased be blessed with his mercy.
As for his most important works, they are many and varied between theater, cinema, and television drama. Among his most important films are: You answer her like that, she revels in like that, the walls of the tanneries, the challenge, the stare understands, the difficult time, the succubus who loved me, Tayeb Effendi, the scandal, teacher Samah, the singer, the citizen Egyptian, Haret El-Gohary, O you love ya Qabb, we love and nibble, thick lips, against the government, poor but happy, a lawyer under training, forbidden to students, we regret this mistake, people who are hayat and people are not, oh what you are generous Lord, and many other works that It influenced cinema, television and theater.