The death of the Egyptian artist Sherine Seif Al-Nasr

The half-brother of the Egyptian artist, Sherine Seif Al-Nasr, announced on Saturday her death, in a post on his social media accounts.

Sherif Saif Al-Nasr said: “Today, my little half-sister, the artist Sherine Hanem Elham Saif Al-Nasr, passed away today, and the prayer and burial took place in the family graves in peace and quiet, as the deceased requested, and the ceremonies are limited to that without consolation, in accordance with her will.” He asked his followers to “pray for mercy and forgiveness for her.”

Sherine Seif Al-Nasr’s name was at the top of the “X” website in Egypt, and the site’s pioneers shared the news of her sudden death with pictures of her and information about her, expressing their shock, especially with her disappearance from the artistic scene for more than 12 years.

According to information published on the website “CinemaSherine is an Egyptian actress, born on November 27, 1967 in Jordan. She was born to an Egyptian father, journalist and writer Elham Seif Al-Nasr, and a Palestinian mother from the Hashem family of Jerusalem, which is the Jordanian royal family.

Sherine participated in about 31 artistic works throughout her artistic career, starting with the series “One Thousand and One Nights” in 1986, and her last work was the series “The Hardest Decision” in 2007, and then she disappeared for 12 years until her death.

Among her most prominent works is the series “Who Doesn’t Love Fatima?” “Money and Children,” “Angry and Angry,” “The Thief I Love,” and the films “Prince of Darkness,” “The Haunted Driver,” “At the Minister’s Gate,” and “Sleeping in Honey.”

According to what was reported by the media, including the newspaper,today’s newsSherine was married 3 times, and her first marriage was to a Saudi businessman. She disappeared from the arts at that time before returning again after the divorce, and after that she got married.

Singer Medhat Saleh and they divorced after 4 months. Sherine announced her marriage for the third time in 2010 to Raif El-Feki, a plastic surgeon at the German Hospital in Alexandria, and they later separated.

Sherine’s last conversation was during a phone call with the “Masaa DMC” program on the DMC channel, and she attributed the reason for her disappearance from art to the death of her mother, to whom she was very close. She also indicated that she was studying the idea of ​​her return again, explaining that she had been offered several jobs and that she might return. Within two or three months, I will work in a movie.

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