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Dalia El Behery
داليا البحيري
Born Dalia Mahmoud Quotb El Behery
(1970-10-15) 15 October 1970 (age 45)
Gharbia, Egypt
Occupation Actress, model, television host
Years active 1990–present
Spouse(s) Farid El Morshedy

Dalia Mahmoud Quotb El Behery (Arabic: داليا محمود قطب البحيري‎‎; born October 15, 1970) is an Egyptian actress. She won the 1990 title of Miss Egypt, also won 27 place the Miss Universe pageant in Los Angeles in the same year.


She received a bachelor's degree from the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels at Helwan University, where she worked as a tour guide, then as a prelude programs on the Egyptian Satellite Channel and modeling. Her first notable appearance was in a video clip of the song "Tegeesh neaeesh", by Ali El Haggar. Dalia’s modeling career paved the road for her acting profession. She has worked with huge stars such as Adel Imam in his film Al Safara fe Al Emara along with other comedians and singers including Hany Ramzy, Moustafa Amar and Khaled Selim.

Dalia said in one of her interviews on television that it wishes to embody the role of pharaonic Queen "Nefertiti" on the screen, denying rumors that she was reluctant about the portrayal of the Queen "Cleopatra" by the Syrian actress Solaf Fawakhirji.

In August 2008 she married Fred Morse, grandson of artist Farid Shawki,from his daughter the producer Nahed Farid Shawki. She had already been married before and given birth to a daughter named Khadija, who died at the age of 8 months because of a rare disease. She also has a daughter from her second marriage named Kesmat.

El Behery signed on as a Goodwill Ambassador for World Stroke Day in November 2010, helping to shed light on the awareness campaign to prevent and fight stroke. She has expressed her happiness selected for this position, saying she was looking for social work for a long time so as to help educate people from diseases that could affect them. Stroke is particularly widespread, affecting one in six people worldwide.[1][2]

Political views[edit]

El Behery said the Egyptian people’s fight for their rights has made her very pleased. In a telephone conversation with the channel “Al Arabiya”, she expressed her happiness with the peaceful Egyptian Revolution of 2011 and the demands for basic rights like freedom, political reform and a joint effort for nation building. In the meantime, Dalia said the absence of security made her feel worried, like the rest of the population. The worry, she explained, has been getting constantly worse after hundreds of prisoners fled the prison of Al Faiyum. She added that the youth revolt had ignited in the Egyptian streets and she thanked her fellow Egyptians who united to guard public property, especially the Egyptian Museum.[3]


No. Year Title
1 2002 Mohami khulaa
2 2003 El Banat
3 2004 Sana oula nasb
4 2004 Kan yom hobak
5 2004 Kalbi younadiek
6 2005 Harim Karim
7 2005 Al Bahethat
8 2005 El-Sefara fi El-Omara
9 Ahlam Hakikiya
10 2006 Al Ghawas
11 2007 Juba

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "El-Biheri, willgood ambassador". Youm7. November 23, 2010. 
  2. ^ "El-Biheri, willgood ambassador". Al-Masry Al-Youm. November 23, 2010. Retrieved November 26, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Dalia el Bihiri: Pleased with the Egyptian uprising but worried about security". AnaYou. February 1, 2011. 
Preceded by
Sally Atta
Miss Egypt
Miss Egypt 1990
Succeeded by
Lamia El Noshy

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