Leila Murad was an Egyptian singer and actress, and one of the most prominent superstars in the Arab world in her era. Born Lillian Zaki Mourad Mordechai to a Jewish family in the El Daher District in Cairo, she later changed her name to Leila Murad as a stage-name. Leila married three times.
|Native name:||ليليان زكي مراد موردخاي|
|Birth name:||Lillian Zaki Mourad Mordechai|
|Born:||February 17, 1918, Cairo, Egypt|
|Died:||November 21, 1995, Cairo, Egypt|
|IMDb:||Leila Mourad's IMDb|
About Leila Mourad
Egyptian actress and singer who was prominent during the middle of the 20th century.
She made her movie debut in the 1938 film Long Live Love.
She was the subject of a Ramadan television series called Ana Albi Dalili, which aired in 2009.
Her brother Mounir Mourad was also an actor, as well as a composer.
She acted during the same era as Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe.
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- Singers from Cairo
- 20th-century Egyptian actresses
- Actresses from Cairo
- Converts to Islam from Judaism
- Egyptian female singers
- Egyptian film actresses