The Egyptian actress, Suheir Al-Babli, died this evening, Sunday, after suffering from illness, at the age of 86.
The artist, Suhair Al-Babli, was subjected to a diabetic coma, which led to a number of complications, and she was detained in intensive care in a hospital.
Suhair joined the Higher Institute of Dramatic Arts and the Institute of Music at the same time, which was rejected by her mother despite the encouragement of her father, who had predicted since her childhood that she would be a famous artist because she was good at imitating actors. She has a theatrical, film and television credit. Among her most important theatrical works are the play Raya and Sakina with Shadia, and The Troubleshooter School.
Among her most important cinematic works are films, Janab Al-Safir, A Moment of Weakness with Salah Zulficar, the night of Bakiza and Zagloul’s arrest. One of her most important television works is the series “The Truth… That Unknown” with Salah Zulfiqar. She retired in 1997 after wearing the hijab. In 2006, she returned to acting through the series Qalb Habiba.