Mahmoud Morsi

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An Egyptian actor, who was born in Alexandria. He studied in the internal department of the Italian High School, and immediately after that he joined the Department of Philosophy...Read more at the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alexandria. He traveled to France to study film directing and spent five years there, then moved to Britain to work in The British Broadcasting Corporation until the tripartite aggression against Egypt in 1956. He resigned from his job and returned to Egypt to work on the Egyptian radio and then on the Egyptian television. He started acting since 1962 through the movie I Am the Fugitive. At the seventies of the twentieth century, he began to turn to television drama more, and presented the series Mr. Abo El-Ela El-Beshry's Journey, Between Two Palaces, The Family, and When the Fox Passed By. He died in his hometown of Alexandria in 2004 at the age of 81.