The older son of ‘Al Saher’ legendary actor، Mahmoud Abdel Aziz، Actor-Producer، Mohamed Mahmoud Abdel Aziz commemorated his father’s second death anniversary، which falls on November 12.
Mohamed posted a picture of ‘Al Saher’ on his personal "Facebook" account saying: "today is the second death anniversary، we ask you to pray for him and read Al-Fatiha for my father، actor Mahmoud Abdel Aziz and to all those who have left us."
Mahmoud Abdelaziz (1946 - 2016) Mahmoud ‘Abd Al ‘Aziz Mahmoud was born in the Alexandrian district of “Hayy al-Wardyan”. He received a degree in agriculture from the University of Alexandria in 1966 and later received a Master’s degree in agriculture with a specialization in apiculture (beekeeping).
Mahmoud’s creative career began in television where he acted alongside Mahmoud Yassin and Nelly in the television series “al-Dawwamah” (“The Whirlpool”)، that production was directed by Nour al-Damerdash.
Mahmoud later progressed to cinema roles and made his first film appearance in the 1975 title “Hatta Akher al-‘Umr” (“Till the End of My Days”). Among Mahmoud’s most notable film roles was a part in the television series “Raafat al-Haggan”.
Mahmoud received the award for best actor at the Alexandria Film Festival for his role in the film title “al-Gentil”.
He also received another award for best actor at the 2002 Arab Film Festival in Paris for his role in the cinema title “al-Sahher” (“The Sorcerer”).
Mahmoud has had a leading role in several stage productions which include “Khashab al-Ward” (“Rosewood”) and “848”.
Mahmoud is among a small minority of Egyptian actors who proved adept at performing a variety of roles with great vitality. His role in Ashraf Fahmy's “Wa la Yazal al-Tahqiq Mustamirran” (“The Investigation is Ongoing”) was one of his most critically acclaimed.
His most successful roles among critics and audience alike were his portrayal of a blind character in “al-Kit Kat” and an aspiring drug dealer in Alaa Abdel Khaliq'a crime thriller masterpiece "al-Keif" (The High).
Mahmoud Abdel Aziz Abdel-Aziz passed away at the age of 70 last، after a battle with the decease، at Al-Safa hospital، Mohandeseen، on November 12، 2016.
He left behind his second wife Poussy Chalabi، and his two sons from his first marragie، promising actors Karim Mahomud Abdel Aziz، and Mohamed Mahmoud Abdel Aziz.