Ahmed Zaki Metwally Abdelrahman Badawi, usually known as Ahmed Zaki, was an Egyptian film actor. He was characterized by his talent, skill and ability in impersonating. He was also famous for his on-screen intensity, often genuinely hitting co-stars during scenes of violence. He is widely regarded as the greatest and most talented male star in the entire history of the Egyptian cinema.
|Born:||Ahmed Zaki Metwally Abdelrahman Badawi, November 18, 1949, Zagazig, Sharqia, Egypt|
|Died:||March 27, 2005, Dar Al Fouad, 6th of October, Cairo, Egypt|
|Other names:||The Emperor|
|Occupation:||Actor, film producer|
|Children:||Haitham Ahmed Zaki|
|IMDb:||Ahmed Zaki (actor)'s IMDb|
About Ahmed Zaki
He was a leading actor who made over sixty films, including Children of Silence. In 2005, he played the titular character in Halim, a film about the Egyptian musician and singer Abdel Halim Hafez.
He studied cinema in Cairo while working as a soft drink vendor.
He became famous for his portrayal of two presidents in two different movies.
He married Hala Fouad, with whom he had a child named Haitham Ahmed Zaki.
Hosni Mubarak offered to send him to France for medical treatment when he had lung cancer.
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