Hardly a single scene appears in one of the scenes of artistic work, no matter how small his role is, until he grabs the attention and hearts of the audience, spreads joy and adds to the role, so you cannot forget it, so that it remains firmly grounded in his talent and the genius of his performance in the conscience of millions.
Thus, the artist Fouad Khalil remained in the conscience of Al-Malayn with his works, despite his departure on April 9, 2012.
No one can forget the chief Stamony in the movie Al-Kif, and his poems that we memorized while he sings the scruff, and convinces Al-Mazajinji of the importance and role of the scruff in life, with his distinguished comedic style, dialogue and method that everyone who has seen the film memorizes and does not tire of repeating it, so that the phrase Al-Mazajinji remains: “I love you, Stamoni, no matter what people.” Lamoni, “one of the most important phrases in the film, which is Saeed’s uncle, the grinded citizen drowning in sewage water. In a film we came to the next statement, which mocks the mockery of the media and sings” Life is good, but we understand it. ” … and it becomes clear to us that he lies, “that sentence that the creative artist improvised within many sentences he used to add to the artwork to give it a different glamor and distinction.
Although Fouad Khalil did not achieve the starring roles and was often appearing in the artistic work in a few scenes, he was able to achieve great success and masses, as he is the artist who loves art and for his sake he left medicine, and at the end of his life he suffered from illness for years.
In special statements for the seventh day, Ahmed Fouad Khalil, the son of the great comedian, spoke about his father’s biography, noting that the artist Fouad Khalil grew up between Alexandria and Cairo, and his father Ahmed Khalil Saad was a radiologist who worked for a while in Kuwait and his mother is of Turkish origin.
The son of the great artist continued: “My father’s arrangement was the third and last among his siblings, and he had a brother and sister who graduated from the College of Pharmacy, and my father loved art, but he enrolled in the College of Dentistry to his father’s wish. They said that he was not suitable for acting, although Jalal Al-Sharqawi later sought help in a number of plays, including a public sector dancer.
Ahmed Fouad Khalil added: “My father spent 10 years in the Faculty of Medicine instead of 7 because he was preoccupied with art and trying to join the Institute of Acting, and during his studies he joined the university theater groups, and in his early days he claimed that he had a kinship with the artist Shadia, who knew his mother, but they were not relatives.”
Ahmed Fouad Khalil emphasized the role of the artists Amin Al Hinaidi, Fouad Al Mohandes, and Abdel Moneim Madbouly in discovering his father and presenting his talent, as they presented him in small roles until his start in a play with my sincere greetings starring the artist with my sincere greetings after he saw him in the plays of Amin Al Hinaidi.
Artist Fouad Khalil married one of his colleagues in the College of Dentistry after she had a love affair with her and gave birth to his two sons, Ahmed and Menna, and practiced medicine after his graduation and opened a clinic until 1987 until he decided to devote himself to art.
The great artist starred in many comedic roles that the audience was associated with, including his theatrical works: with my sincere greetings, a public sector dancer, on the sidewalk, and the market of the times, and he also participated in many cinematic works in which he excelled even if he participated in one scene, including, the quality films. The following statement came to us, the waiter monsters, the egg and the stone, the world on the wing of a pigeon, the night of the arrest of Bakiza and Zaghloul, and others, and his last work was the movie “Sayer Bahr” and he appeared in one scene only, and he also participated in dozens of series.
He suffered a stroke while working in Fawazir, Amu Fouad, and was crippled by the disease for a period of nearly 8 years, during which he was paralyzed and moved away from art.
His son Ahmed said that it is not true that the artists did not visit his father during his illness, stressing that many of them visited him at the beginning of his illness, including the leader Adel Imam, the artists Mahmoud Abdel Aziz, Raja Al-Jeddawi, Hani Shaker, Majid Al-Masry, Waheed Seif and others, and these visits gradually decreased until his death, and Ahmed attended his funeral. Bedir, Ashraf Zaki, Sameh Al Srayti and Ashraf Abdel Ghafour.