Hend Sabry

Hend Sabry

Hend Sabry (born 20 November 1979) is a Tunisian actress.

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Name: Hend Sabry
Name in Arabic: هند صبري
Full real name: Hend Mohammed Almoldi Sabry
Country of nationality: Tunisia
Date of birth: November 20, 1979
Place of birth: Kabli, Tunisia
Age: 37 years (in 2017)
Astrological sign: Scorpio
Profession: actress
Years of activity: 1994 – present
Social status: Married
Husband: Ahmed al-Sharif
Sons: Alia

Biography, Life Story

Hend Sabry was born on November 20, 1979 in the southern Tunisian province of Kabli. She has been known since her participation in two films, the men’s season and the silence of the palaces by Tunisian director Moufida talatli. Hend Sabry caught the eye of the Egyptian director Enas El-deghidi, who invited her to Cairo and gave her the starring role in the film Diary of a teenager (2001), which tells the story of an Egyptian teenager through her memoir, a role that gave her a wide fame in the Arab world and then with her multi-participation name until she became one of the

One of the most famous works in which she participated citizen, informant and Harami director Dawood Abdul Sayed, the film in which she repeated the presentation of erotic scenes, which almost limited her later in this kind of roles, had it not been rectified in later films, including the political tape aiz Haqqi and ezay give up girls love you and the sweetest times.

She received the 2004 Best Actress award from the Catholic Center, for her role in partner sweetest times. In November 2007, she participated in the Damascus International Film Festival as a member of the jury for the long film competition. Hend Sabry holds a master’s degree in intellectual property rights and has been a law clerk since February 2007 in Tunis. Married Egyptian businessman Ahmed al-Sharif.

List of works

Sabah el fel (Egyptian short film) – Citizen, informant and outlaw (2001) – teenage diary (2001) – ezay Takle girls love you (2002) – aiz Haqqi (2003) – sweetest times (2003) – Love case (2004) – Ouija (2005) – King and writing (2005) – girls downtown (2005) – game of love (2006) – Yacoubian architecture (2006) – rockery fish (2007) – island (2007) – turboprop (2007) – Heliopolis (voice post 2009) – Aiza atjoz (2010) – Asma (2011) – vertigo (2012).