On this day, September 28, 1963, the artist Alaa Wali El-Din was born, who today marks the 57th anniversary of the birth of the comedy star, who quickly departed from our world and died at the age of 39, specifically on the first day of Eid al-Adha in 2003, despite his early departure. He left a great impact in the artistic community, where he was very popular with his friends and fellow artists.
Alaa Wali al-Din
Alaa Wali El-Din was born in the Egyptian governorate of Minya, in the midst of a very committed family. His grandfather to his father was a man who loved science and founded the only school in the village at his own expense, while the father was a director of Cairos cabarets and a lover of acting and therefore participated in secondary roles in a number of films and theatrical performances, then he loved Alaa and Lee Religion, acting, therefore, participated in the shows that were held at the school theater, and his father helped him after that by working as an assistant director with director Nour El Demerdash for 4 years, during which he gained great experience and made many friends..
Alaa Wali El-Din received courses that qualify him to work in front of the camera. He started with small roles in a large number of works in cinema and television, including “Ice Cream in Gleem”, “Terrorism and Kebabs”, “The Mansi” and “Sleeping in Honey”, and in 1999 he was enthusiastic about him. Director Sherif Arafa nominated him to star in “Abboud on the Frontier” and the film achieved great success at the level of criticism and at the box office, which encouraged the producers to give it a bigger and wider opportunity..
Artist Alaa Wali El Din
The film “The Nazer”, produced in 2000, is the true star maker for “Ala Wali El Din”, as it achieved great revenues, and his fellow artists considered it “Val Good” because appearing next to it was a step for the Imam in their artistic career, as Ahmed Helmy, Karim Abdel Aziz and Mohamed Saad glowed alongside him..
Through his short career, Alaa Wali El-Din participated in 23 films with secondary roles and presented 3 films and 3 plays as an absolute hero, and on television he starred in 9 dramas, including “Al-Dunya is fortune, Ali Al-Zeeb, you are what“On February 11, 2003, the comedian died during the filming of a movie entitled “An Arab Tarifa”, after suffering a diabetic coma and high blood pressure.
Muhammad Huneidi and Alaa Wali al-Din
Alaa Wali El Din, Karim Abdel Aziz, Mohamed Henedy and Ahmed El Sakka