Hesham Selim was born to his father, Saleh Selim, who died on May 6, 2002.
Saleh was a famous footballer and actor during his time. He later became president of the Egyptian Al Ahly Sporting Club, and was re-elected five consecutive times.
During his tenure, he led the team to many victories.
As an actor, Saleh appeared in three movies, including “Black Candles” (1962).
Saleh was the first Egyptian footballer to play in Austria. He died in 2002, after a long battle with liver cancer.
Who Was Hesham Selim?
Hesham Selim was an Egyptian actor, born on January 27, 1958.
Selim began acting from childhood and has since stuck to his career, starring in several movies and television series.
Selim has starred in the movies Bahethat an al horeya, Al (2005), Kalam fel hob (2005),
Enta omry (2004), Mahmoud Al-Masri (2004), Leqaa ala al hawaa (2004); and TV series Omar Malak rohi (2003), Young Abdel Majid Banat, El (2003), Kamal El Nazer (2000), and Assifa, Al (2000).
He appeared in the TV shows Kalabsh 3 (2019), Malak rohi (2003), Amaken Fel Qalb (2005), Lahazat Harega Critical moments (2007), and Harb elgawasis Spies war (2009).
In 2020, Selim revealed on television that he had a 26-year-old transgender son.
Selim passed away on September 22, 2022.
The late actor is survived by his wife Nadia Al Ghaleb, his father, Saleh Selim, his brother, Khaled Selim, and three children.