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1985 file photo, actor Omar Sharif appears as Prince F. Romodanovsky Advisor to PeterI in the Miniseries “Peter The Great” in the ancient Russian town of Suzdal (AP)
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Jan. 15, 1969 file photo, Britain's Princess Margaret, right, talks with American singer Barbra Streisand, left, and actor Omar Sharif, center, at the premiere of the film "Funny Girl," at the Odeon Cinema, London. (AP)
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Jan. 3, 1963 file photo, Egyptian actor Omar Sharif on his arrival at London Airport (AP)
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Dec. 21, 1962 file photo, Omar Sharif, who plays the part of Ali in “Lawrence of Arabia”, arrives for the premier in Hollywood. (AP)
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Actor Omar Sharif poses for photographers during "Al Mosafer" (The Traveller) photocall at the 66th Venice Film Festival, in this September 10, 2009 (Reuters)
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Sept. 23, 1968 file photo, actor Omar Sharif, center, playing the role of the Cuban revolutionary Ernesto (Che) Guevra, takes a break from filming in Hollywood. With Sharif are Rudy Diaz, left, former Los Angeles policeman, and former football player Woody Strode, both of whom play the parts of members of Che?s guerilla band (AP)
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1965 file photo from Metro Goldwyn-Mayer shows actor Omar Sharif, in the movie based on Boris Pasternak' s Doctor Zhivago location unknown (AP)
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Egyptian actor Omar Sharif poses for a photograph during the presentation of his film "Disparadme" at a hotel in Aviles, northern Spain, in this June 16, 2009 ٌ(Reuters)
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The Egyptian-born actor died on Friday at the age of 83 after suffering a heart attack in a Cairo hospital

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