Watch.. Mustafa Metwally in different age stages on his birthday

Today, Sunday, is the birthday of the artist, Mostafa Mohamed Metwally, as he was born on August 29, 1949. He was born in the city of Bella, Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate. During his studies, his acting talent appeared, as he worked in the school theater, then moved to Cairo to study, and joined the Institute of Theatrical arts, so Mustafa Metwally watched at different ages on his birthday.


Mustafa Metwally

Mostafa Metwally 2
Mustafa Metwally

Mostafa Metwally in his youth
Mostafa Metwally in his youth

Mustafa Metwally
Mustafa Metwally

Mustafa with his children
Mustafa with his children

Mustafa, the leader and Amer Munib
Mustafa, the leader and Amer Munib

Mustafa and Adel Imam
Mustafa and Adel Imam

Mostafa Metwally worked in the Al-Hakim Theater in several plays, such as: “Oh, peace, peace, caution speaks” and others, and he performed many cinematic, theatrical and television works.

Mostafa Metwally participated with Adel Imam in many artistic works, most notably the play “Al-Wad Sayed Al-Shaghal”, which achieved great success on the stage as well as after it was shown on television, in addition to the films “The Devil’s Island”, “Bakhit and Adela”, “Terror and Kebab” and “Salam”. My friend.” And the last work that the leader, Adel Imam, collected with the late Mustafa Metwally, was the play “Body Guard,” as Metwally died after the end of one of the nights of the play on August 5, 2000, in news that shocked all the work team and the artistic community as a whole.

Among the most famous series in which he participated are: “Bakiza and Zaghloul, Raafat Al-Hagan, Hayat Al-Jawhari, Umm Kulthum, and I will not live in my father’s gown, threads of gold, Aida opera, Harun Al-Rashid, Omar bin Abdul Aziz, forgive me, I did not mean, and Ali Baba.” The Forty Thieves, The Prairie, The Hamoul, The Southern Dream, The Fall into the Abyss, The Fox, Me, You and Baba in the Apricot, and others, and the balance of his works amounted to about 151 artworks..

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