Mohammed Tawfik

Gharbia Governorate, Egypt


Muhammad Hassan Tawfiq Al-Mansouri Al-Agizi ... and his fame (Muhammad Tawfiq) ... an Egyptian actor, was born in the city of Tanta in the Gharbia Governorate in 1908, and moved with his family (the Al-Agizi family), an ancient family known as the national movement and resistance to occupation .. He moved to live in the Helwan area In the city of Cairo, he joined the Institute of Acting after its establishment in the early thirties, and after several years he traveled to the United Kingdom to study acting. He was educated by the late theater star Lawrence Olivier, and he worked as a director in the Arabic section of the British Broadcasting Corporation, and after his return to Egypt in the early 1940's. He participated in dozens of films, including: (The Black Market, Baba Amin, Something of Fear, Hassan and Naima, Oyoun Al-Saqr, Land of Iniquities), as well as in many television series, the most famous of which are: (Hind and Dr. Numan, Abu Al-Ela Al-Bishri The Nile is still running, nice diary.) He passed away in 2003 at the age of 94.