Artist Ashraf Moselhy passed away from our world on Sunday at the age of 49 after a struggle with illness, where he remained for a long time on a ventilator, according to his wife, director Manal Al-Saifi.
The funeral was attended by a number of artists, including Elham Shaheen, Lebleba, Ahmed Saeed Abdel Ghani, Manal Salama, Youssef Al-Sharif, Salwa Mohamed Ali, Magda Zaki, Majed Al-Masri, and Ashraf Zaki, head of the Syndicate of Acting Professions.
Among the attendees were a number of directors, most notably Ali Idris and Khaled Galal, the journalist Osama Mounir, the producer and Gabi Khoury, the singer Hamada Helal, and other public and artistic figures in Egypt.
Who is Ashraf Moselhi?
- He has more than 70 works between film, television and theater.
- He initially worked in the cinemas of Misr International Films, until he obtained his first artistic work at the age of twenty-six.
- He is best known for his role as the officer in many of his works such as the film "Tito", "My Aunt France", the series "Kalbash" and others.
- His artistic debut was through his participation with the artist Nadia El Gendy in the film "Bono Bono".
- He has presented a number of works in cinema, including "Closed Doors", "Passport by Presidential Decree", "Sahar El Oyoun", "My Aunt France", and other cinematic works.
- His last film was "Sudden Escape" which he presented to the public in 2017.
- He participated in a large number of dramas, including "The Fisherman", "Kalbash 3", "Hidden Worlds", "Taqa Nour", "Al-Batiniya" and other television works.
- His last work in the drama was the series "The Beauty of the Harem", which was shown three years ago.
A number of artists mourned him on their various pages on social media, including artist Mohamed Henedy, Ahmed Al-Sakka and Hussein Fahmy, sports journalist Ahmed Shobert, and director Yousry Nasrallah, describing his sudden and painful departure.