Egyptian comedian actor Youssef Eid killed by sudden heart attack
Youssef was known for his comedy roles throughout his prosperous career. (Image: Al Masry Al Youm)
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A sudden heart attack has sadly killed Egyptian comedian actor Youssef Eid in the early hours of Monday morning.
According to Egyptian artist Sameh Al Suraiti, Eid's family found him lying on the floor before realising that he had passed away.
Eid was born in Cairo on November 15 in 1948. He sadly died aged only 66-years-old.
Youssef shot to fame after his first performance in the play "Nahno La Noheb Al Koussa" (We Dislike Courgettes).
Other famous works for the actors include the film "Al Tajroba Al Denemarkeyyah" (The Danish Experiment), the TV series "Tamer Wa Shawqeyya" (Tamer and Shawqeyya) and the play "Share' Mohammad Ali" (Mohammad Ali Street).
Al Suraiti said that a funeral date is yet to be determined by he deceased's family, reports Al Masry Al Youm news.