Today marks the first death anniversary of Dalal Abdel Aziz, best known for playing “Nadia” in ‘Shawish Hassan’ film.
Born in Sharqia Governorate, in January 1960, Abdel Aziz earned her degree from the Faculty of Agriculture, Zagazig University, before moving to Cairo, where she began her career with director Nour El-Demerdash.
She made her debut with a small role in a TV series in 1977 before gaining critical acclaim in the 1980s for her outstanding performances in TV and film.
Throughout her successful career, she featured in a range of successful films like (The Man Loves Twice, 1987), (A Boy Child, Amen, 1984), (The End of a Man Who Was Married, 1983), (Prints on Top of Water), (The Three Idiots), and also (Sweet Oblivion, 1996), written by Wahid Hamed and directed by Sherif Arafa.
Moreover, she appeared in many plays including ‘Demou Sahibat El-Galalah’, ‘Abadan Lam Yakoun Laha’, and ‘Ya Rab Walad’.
She is also known for her notable series, such as ‘Sabei Garr’ (Farthest Neighbour), featuring a huge number of actors and directed by the three young female directors Ayten Amin, Nadine Khan, and Heba Youssry.
Her last appearance was in a Ramadan TV series named Melouk Al-Gadaana (Kings of Knighthood), directed by Ahmed Khaled Moussa and starring Mustafa Shaaban, Amr Saad, and Rania Youssef,
In 1998, the late actress was awarded Best Actress at the Television Awards Festival.
Abdel Aziz breathed his last on this day in 2021, at the age of 61 in Cairo. She gave his fans and a whole generation many moments to remember.
She is survived by her two daughters, actresses Donia and Amy.