Wednesday 08 April 2020
On April 8, 1959, the artist Marwa Al-Khatib was born in Burj Al-Barajneh, Lebanon, to an Egyptian father and a Lebanese mother, and studied at the Faculty of Law at the University of Beirut in 1982, and came to Cairo to enter the field of art by chance, as she was seen by the great Egyptian director Tayseer Aboud during a visit to a colleague in The studio, and assigned her a small role in the movie “Let me take revenge”, after which Marwa set out to participate in several films, including: “Ten on Ten, Mothers in Exile, Escape from Khanka and the Round Stone and the Championship Wall, House of Minors, Days of Wrath”, and others.
In this report, we monitor information about Marwa Al-Khatib:
She got married to the Egyptian artist Nasser Saif, son of the artist Waheed Saif.
– She had a daughter, Noor Al-Baha, and a son named Ahmed.
Marwa participated in many works with the director Mohamed Radi, and she said about him: “My teacher and my teacher, and I admit that the ladder I came up with was because of my involvement with him in a group of his films.”
– She also worked with the great director Atef Al-Tayeb in the movie “Blood on the Asphalt”, through an important role in her career as a stepmother and a popular lady who defends her oppressed husband.
– After her marriage to Nasser Saif, she stopped acting for a while, to devote herself to raising her children, before returning to the famous series, I will not live in my father’s robes.
– After I will not live in the robes of my father, I participated in the Al-Hassida series, and we do not grow thorns, directed by Hussein Kamal, and the Souk El-Asr series, as its focus was on TV drama.
– She worked in several plays that she started with “The People Are Crazy”, directed by Mr. Radi, then “AR Al-Raseef” directed by the great director Jalal Al-Sharqawi, and Qeshta and Asal directed by Jalal Al-Sharqawi, Lucky and Welcome, Doctor with Samir Ghanem, and the theatrical religious play Muhammad Nabi Al-Ethaq.
– She wished to embody the personality of the late actress (Naima Akef) and came close to achieving that, but the project was not completed.