He was distinguished by an amazing lightness and charisma of a special kind that made him an icon of the success of any work in which he was able to find himself a high position in the art world during her career in the field of acting.
With his distinctive ivies, he was able to remain in the consciousness of the Arab public, despite his departure several years ago.
He is the great Egyptian artist Abdel Moneim Ibrahim, who was born on December 24, 1924, and left a long history of creativity immortalized in the hearts of his fans.
The late artist Abdel Moneim Ibrahim revealed, in a television interview, about the most difficult situations he faced in his life.
He said that he was filming one of his films in Athens, while his wife was sick and wanted to see him before her death, and that the doctor told him that she would not live more than 6 months. He added, “I didn’t sleep,
I sit looking at her like this, and go out to the balcony, I want to yell and scream, it was a very harsh need, I hope that no one sees her at all, especially since I got tired during her illness, and it could be the reason for my strength to do a tragedy after that.”
He pointed out that his wife passed away, leaving him with 4 children, the youngest of whom was not more than two years old. He divorced his wife after their wedding. The irony is that the late artist married her sister, who was divorced and did not have children, after his wife’s departure, but he divorced her two days after their wedding, because of the great similarity between her and her sister, explaining that he could not live with this similarity.
His daughter’s marriage to a friend of his age, and not many know that the artist Sabri Abdel Moneim is the husband of the daughter of the late artist Abdel Moneim Ibrahim, and about his uncle, the father of his wife and a friend of his age, he said: “The late artist was one of the most conservative, and very discreet in his family details, and I myself did not know that He has a daughter and I don’t know how many sons he has.
And he added: “After his death, my sister’s sons informed me that the late had a beautiful daughter who suits me as a wife, especially since her father was my friend, and that I know his nature and we will have harmony, and indeed, 3 years after his death.
I proposed to her and married her, and she was a good wife, the daughter of a respected friend, from whom I learned many good values and morals.
His strange will The great artist Abdel Moneim Ibrahim left our world on November 17, 1987, after he recommended that his funeral be removed from the National Theatre, and some described the will at the time as “strange”.