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Although the role was perceived as representing something of a career resurgence for the actor, he had in fact been working regularly over the previous decades in film and TV and continued to do so after Ibrahim." data-reactid="34"In 2003 Sharif won acclaim for his role in Francois Dupeyron’s Monsieur Ibrahim as a Turkish Muslim shop owner who becomes an avuncular figure for a Jewish boy in Paris.
Although the role was perceived as representing something of a career resurgence for the actor, he had in fact been working regularly over the previous decades in film and TV and continued to do so after Ibrahim.
In his personal life he was married to Egyptian cinema’s reigning screen beauty and together they were acknowledged as the glamour couple of their generation.
Because of it his films were banned in his homeland as well as many other Arab countries. Sharif shared an on-screen romance with Barbra Streisand in the 1968 movie, Funny Girl. Sharif’s death brings back to mind a kind of irrational hatred that would seem to be impossible of finding a parallel in our more enlightened times.
The Tamarind Seed, with Julie Andrew, and Richard Lester’s thriller Juggernaut." data-reactid="32"During the 1970s Sharif remained busy, but there were fewer notable projects.
Standouts included Blake Edwards thriller The Tamarind Seed, with Julie Andrew, and Richard Lester’s thriller Juggernaut.
Petits mythes urbains, in which he played a mysterious cab driver; he also wrote for the series." data-reactid="35"The same year he starred in the 23-episode French anthology TV series Petits mythes urbains, in which he played a mysterious cab driver; he also wrote for the series.
Hidalgo, with Viggo Mortensen, and appeared in ABC’s 2006 Ten Commandments miniseries and NBC’s 2009 The Last Templar miniseries.
Monsieur Ibrahim as a Turkish Muslim shop owner who becomes an avuncular figure for a Jewish boy in Paris.I was having a photo with Miss Japan, Miss Slovenia and myself; suddenly Miss Israel jumped in, took a selfie, and put it on her social media…this is what happened and I hope to have your full support in the Miss Universe contest.” Translation: There is no way in the world I would ever have anything to do with a Jew so please don’t ostracize me for committing an unforgivable transgression. So please support me in achieving my goal in being named the most beautiful woman in the universe.And this wasn’t the first time that Jew hatred affected the Miss Universe competition.Zhivago,” for which he won a Golden Globe." data-reactid="28"In its wake he very quickly became a busy Hollywood actor: Sharif made three films in 1964, including Behold a Pale Horse and The Yellow Rolls Royce, and three in 1965, including his first lead role in an English-language production, as the title character in Lean’s Dr. Thanks to his gentle continental accent and dark but hard-to-place good looks, the actor was not ethnically typecast: In “Behold a Pale Horse” he played a Spaniard, in “Zhivago” a Russian, in “Genghis Khan” a Mongol, in “Funny Girl” a New York Jewish gambler and in “The Night of the Generals,” a German major during WWII.Nevertheless, there was no little controversy about his role in “Funny Girl”: When 1967’s Six Day War between Israel and Arab countries including Egypt occurred, Columbia execs considered replacing Sharif; later, when a still depicting a love scene between the actor and Barbra Streisand was published, the Egyptian press began a movement to revoke Sharif’s citizenship.His films included Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Doctor Zhivago (1965), and Funny Girl (1968). He won three Golden Globe Awards and a César Award.By Carmel Dagan and Jay Weissberg Omar Sharif, the dashing, Egyptian-born actor who was one of the biggest movie stars in the world in the 1960s, with memorable roles in Dr.Other significant late-’60s films for the actor included J.Lee Thompson Western “Mac Kenna’s Gold,” with Gregory Peck and Telly Savalas, and tragic European political love story “Mayerling,” in which Sharif was paired with Catherine Deneuve.Zhivago, Lawrence of Arabia and Funny Girl, has died. Sharif suffered a heart attack on Friday afternoon in a hospital in Cairo, his agent said.Watch a video about Sharif:" data-reactid="21"It was announced in May 2015 that he was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.