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Abo El Seoud El Ebiary
Died when: 58 years 128 days (700 months)
Star Sign: Scorpio
Abo El Seoud El Ebiary (also credited as Aboul Soud Ibiary, Abu Seoud El-Ibiary; Arabic: أبو السعود الإبياري) (November 9, 1910 – March 17, 1969) was an Egyptian comic screenwriter, playwright, lyricist, and journalist. He wrote for journalism in the 1950s in "Al Kawakeb" or "The Planets" and "Ahl Al Fann" or "People of Art" magazines entitled "Yawmeyat Abo El Seoud El Ebiary" or "Abo El Seoud El Ebiary's Diaries". Called many names such as the "Molière Al Sharq," the "Molière Of The East", the "Ostaz Al Comedia" or "The Comedy Professor", "Al Nahr Al Motadafeq" or "The Flowing River", "Joker Al Aflam" or "The Joker Of Movies", "Manjam Al Zahab" or "The Gold Astrologer", and "Al Gabal Al Dahek" or "The Comic Mountain", El Ebiary wrote more than sixty-four comic plays too, most of them were starring the comedian Ismail Yasin, more than three hundred Arabic songs and more than five hundred Arabic movies, which represents 17% of the history of the Arabic cinema.