Magda Assem, a prominent figure in Egyptian media who was one of the country’s most well-known TV hosts and presenters of children’s shows in the 1980s and 1990s, has suddenly. Tuesday morning early hours saw the announcement of the anchor’s passing, and her funeral is scheduled for afternoon.
The 1990 film “The Night of Honey,” starring Ezzat Al-Alayli, Suheir Al-Babli, Samah Anwar, and Khaled Al-Nabawi, was the only one in which the late presenter took part. She had a single son from her first marriage, the late artist Amr Samir, and she later married the artist Karam Mutawa.
Her son’s passing in Spain
Magda Assem passed away around five years after her son, the talented young artist Amr Samir, passed away unexpectedly while studying abroad in Spain.
When he was discovered dead in his hotel room in Spain while on vacation there, the Egyptian artist, 33 at the time, was pained by the news that he had left the Egyptians.
Amr Samir died abruptly on his bed in his hotel room owing to a dramatic decline in blood circulation, after working out in the gym without consuming any nourishing foods or sugary beverages, according to forensic medicine in Spain at the time.
He added that after putting in such a significant effort just hours before going to sleep, the late experienced a fast decrease that unexpectedly impacted his heart and caused his death.
the press, One of the Egyptian TV hosts, Magda Assem, died on Tuesday. She was well-known to the generation of the 1980s and 1990s because she hosted a number of artistic and children’s programmes and served as a link broadcaster, which involves summarising the most significant shows that the channel will air in a few minutes or seconds. An occupation or position that doesn’t exist any more in the next several hours on satellite channels.
As they linked the paragraphs of the numerous programmes on Egyptian television channels and announced the dates of what is displayed on the screen, they enjoyed a prominent public presence in addition to serving as programme presenters. a prestigious presence.
One of the most well-known programmes Magda Al-Asem has presented is the “Memories and Stories” programme on Egyptian television, which was prepared and directed by Hana El-Ashmawy. During this programme, she also hosted numerous artists and media figures, including Faten Hamama, Mofeed Fawzy, poet Sayed Hijab, Amina Rizk, Samiha Ayoub, Hoda Sultan, Ezzat Al-Alayl
In the 1990 film “Honey Night,” produced by Mohamed Abdel Aziz and written by Mona El-Sawy, Magda Assem played the announcer who is truly who she is. Izzat Al-Alayli, Suhair Al-Babli, Samah Anwar, Khaled Al-Nabawi, Mimi Jamal, Hassan Mustafa, and other actors also appear in the film.
Salwa Assem, a presenter who has presented other shows, is the sister of one of the most popular anchors in Egyptian television, Magda Assem. Magda Assem has a notable presence.
After a lengthy career as a programme presenter, Magda Assem decided to don the hijab when she emerged from the living room. Magda Assem had two marriages, the first to the late artist Karam Mutawa and the second to Samir Shamma, the father of her late son Amr Samir.
According to her daughter’s Facebook post, Magda Assem learned she had cancer four months before she passed away: “I have seen nothing from my mother but patience and contentment, and I do not praise her to her Lord, and he knows who is pious, and that is after my Lord plagued her with cancer four months ago. It was spread throughout her body in the lungs, liver, bones, and lymph nodes.”
In the last years of her life, Magda Assem also experienced grief for the loss of her son Amr Samir, who passed away at the age of 32.