When Tariq Abdel Aziz wrote to his son Moatasem: I look like this, I know my parents

Celebrate the late artist Tariq Abdel AzizOn his birthday on August 4th, his son Moatasem designed a video as a gift for him for the beginning of his artistic career, and the late Tariq Abdel Aziz wrote on it at the time, “Thank you to everyone who congratulated me on my birthday, and thank you, Moatasem, for the video. I look like this. I knew Arby.”

At that time, Moatasem, the son of the artist Tariq Abdel Aziz, wrote on the video: “They say that legends are in fairy tales and that the title is an exaggeration, but this man is a true legend walking on the earth. A legend in his art and choices. A legend in his love and humility with all of God’s creatures. A legend in his craftsmanship and understanding of life and human beings.” The first glimpse and legend of his love, his striving, and his self-satisfaction. I thank God that I am from his lineage, and that I have a bag of knowledge and stories from him, enough episodes and books, and I pray all the time that he makes my day before his day. Approximately 85% of his works do not have a personality similar to the other. I am proud that you were part of the works. And hopefully you will do it twice or three times again. May God bless us with your health and longevity. May you always be our gathering and warm us with your presence and good spirit, Hajj Tariq Abdel Aziz, my dear.


The artist Tariq Abdel Aziz passed away yesterday, Sunday, at the age of 55, after suffering a sudden heart attack while filming his scenes in the series “We Left Two,” with the artist Sherif Mounir, which is scheduled to be shown soon on one of the United Media Services channels, where he was filming a scene that brings him together with Sherif Mounir. Suddenly, he fell to the ground and suffered convulsions. Immediately, his son – his business manager, who was with him in the location – took him to the hospital, but he had breathed his last before arriving..

It is noteworthy that the series “We Left Two” consists of 20 episodes, and stars Sherif Mounir, Rania Youssef, Mimi Gamal, Youssef Othman, Tariq Abdel Aziz, Tamer Farag, Marwa Abdel Moneim, Azza Labib, Yasser Al-Tobgy, Nancy Hilal, Ezzat Zein, Nabil Ali. Maher, Omar Talaat Zakaria and a number of other artists, written by Amani Al-Tunisi, directed by Tariq Refaat, and produced by Karim Abu Zekry, sponsored by United Media Services..

Dr. Ashraf Zaki, head of the Acting Professions Syndicate, had revealed the details of Tariq Abdel Aziz’s death, saying: “We lost a creative artist and a wonderful actor, and he was a respectable person who had never upset anyone,” adding during a telephone interview the “Last Word” program presented by the media personality Lamis Al-Hadidi on the screen. ON: A very short time ago, he suffered from a small problem and had stents installed. He recovered and was doing great, and he really liked the location of the series after he recovered.“.

Ashraf Zaki continued: “Tariq Abdel Aziz, while filming one of the scenes in the series “We Stayed Two,” had a crisis and died, and Tariq is the truth since the day his friend Khaled Saleh died, and I fear for him… because they were friends and inseparable… as if they were twins.“.

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