Abdel Moneim Amiry

Abdel Moneim Amiry

Abdel Moneim Amiry is a Syrian actor, of Palestinian origin, born on January 18, 1970 in Damascus, the capital of Syria.

Biography and life story of celebrity in English.

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Name: Abdel Moneim Amayri
Name in Arabic: عبد المنعم عمايري
Country of nationality: Syria
Country of origin: Palestine
Country of residence: Syria
Religion: Islam
Date of birth: January 18, 1970
Place of birth: Damascus, Syria
Astrological sign: Capricorn
Age: 52 years (in 2022)
Astrological sign: Capricorn
Profession: Actor
Genre: Drama
Years of activity: 1997 – until now
Social status: divorced
Ex-wife: Amal Arafa (2001-2015)
Sons: Salma, Maryam

Biography, Life story

Abdel Moneim Amayri was born in 1970 in Damascus, the capital of Syria. He is originally from the village of Al-Ja’una, east of the city of Safed in Palestine. In 1970, he graduated from the Acting Department of the Higher Institute of Dramatic Art, and joined the Syrian Artists Syndicate in 1997, then began working on television drama in the same year.
Abdel Moneim Amayri married the Syrian actress Amal Arafa in 2001, and they had Salma and Maryam, and then they separated in 2015.

In 2020, the engagement of Abdel Moneim Amayri and Lebanese singer Dana Halabi was announced.

List of works – Filmography


Al Thuraya, Hammam Al Qishani 2 (1997), The Mother Project, Sapphire, The Black Fork, Khan Al Harir 2, Travel (1998), Dunya, The Last Berry Days, Those Days, A Warm Heart, Snake Skin (1999), Secrets of the City (2000), Rainbow, Congratulations, Searching for the Impossible, Sham Sharif, Dreams That Never Die, Rebellious Days (2001), Roses in Salt Soil, The Will, Bridging Myths, Short Distance Train, Migrating Souls, Spotlight 2 (2002), Memories of the Next Time, Mirrors, Akrikoz Girls, Woman in the Shadows, House of Glory, Our Good Days, Finish Line, Spotlight 3 (2003), Ishtar, Silence, City People, Autumn Tale, We Lived and We Were, Spotlight 4 (2004), Flying Bird, The Outlaws Tomorrow is better (2005), Days of Birth, Breaking Thoughts, Along the Days, Desires of Love, People of Love 1, The Last Rose, Hassiba, Small Projects, Al Mahrous, Mirrors (2006), Al-Hasram Al Shami 1, Biography of Love, the second night after a thousand A Woman’s Shadow, The Shawish Trail, The Invasion (2007), A Struggle on the Sand, Spotlight 6, The Jasmine Collar, Ask Your Soul, Inattention to Days (2008), The City Bottom, About Fear and Isolation, Under the Tread, Low Voices, Vitamin Radio (2009) Curse of mud, forbidden bread, after watering Watt (2010), Sabaya 3, Lost Sayings, The Leader, Spotlight 8, Ascend the Silver (2011), Naked Souls, The Key, The Flicker of an Eye, Birth from the Loin 2 / The Ember Hours, What Does Our Story Done (2012), Rings, Sieve, The cry of a soul 2, the sweetness of the soul, Spot of Light 10, Lou (2014), the bright lane, the cry of a soul 3, a knight and five maidens, Tomorrow we meet, Sawa (2015).


Soul breeze, shadow silhouette.


Historic miniatures, rema, fractures, echo.

theatrical direction

Echo (2001), Chaos (2005), Tactic (2008), Jan Jenin (2009), Silicon (2010).


Participate in the program “You are not strange”.

Awards and Honors

Best Presentation and Directing Award for “Fauda” at the Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theatre.

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