Fouad el-Mohandes was an Egyptian stage and screen actor and star from the 1950s on to the early 2000s, specializing mostly in comedy roles in dozens of theater, cinema, and TV hits spanning five decades.
|Born:||Fouad Zaki el-Mohandes, Sept 6, 1924, Cairo, Egypt|
|Died:||Sept 16, 2006, Cairo, Egypt|
|IMDb:||Fouad el-Mohandes’s IMDb|
About Fouad Elmohandes
Egyptian movie and TV actor whose career spanned from the 1950s to the 2000s. He appeared in The Most Dangerous Man in the World and My Fair Lady.
He debtued in the 1954 film, The Girl Next Door.
He played Mr. X in The Most Dangerous Man in the World.
His father, Zaki el-Mohandes, was a linguist.
He hailed from the same country as actor Omar Sharif.
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- Egyptian comedians
- Egyptian male stage actors
- Egyptian male television actors
- Egyptian male film actors
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