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Lebleba
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Lebleba
Born
Ninochka Manoug Kupelian

(1946-11-14) November 14, 1946 (age 76)
Nationality Egypt
CitizenshipEgyptian
OccupationActress
Years active1950–present

Ninochka Manoug Kupelian (Arabic: نينوتشكا مانوك كوبليان; born November 14, 1946 in Cairo), better known by her stage name Lebleba (Arabic: لبلبة, pronounced [lebˈlebæ], also Lubluba), is an Egyptian film actress and entertainer. She is the cousin of both Egyptian actress Feyrouz and entertainer Nelly.

She was born in Cairo to an Egyptian family of Armenian Christian background. She started as a child actress imitating other actresses, including appearances on the Egyptian National Theater promoted by Muallem Sadiq. She was given her first movie role through Egyptian film director and producer Anwar Wagdi and screenwriter / playwright Abo El Seoud El Ebiary in Habeebti Sousou. El Ebiary also chose the name Lebleba after seeing the multi-talented child actress, comedian, dancer and singer Ninochka Kupelian. In the 1970s, she acted alongside leading man Salah Zulfikar in Borj El-Athraa (1970) and Fi Saif Lazim Nohib (1974). She married actor Hassan Youssef, but they divorced. She never remarried.

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Filmography

  • Esabet Hamada We Tootoo
  • Al Beit Al Said
  • Kadi Gharam
  • Rehla Shahr Al Asal
  • Habibti Soo Soo
  • Arba3 Banat We Zabet
  • Borj El-Athraa
  • Al Nagham Al Hazeen
  • Al Milionair AL Mouzayaf
  • AL Habib AL Maghool
  • Agaza Bel Afia
  • Bent Badi3a
  • Al BAnat Wel Hob
  • Al Banat Wel Marcedes
  • Al Sokareya
  • Ya Zalemni
  • Shei2 Men Al Hob
  • Aris AL Hana
  • Ehtares Men Al Regal Ya Mama
  • Hekayti Maa Al Zaman
  • Fi El Seif Lazem Neheb
  • Emraa Bala 2Alb
  • Hob Fo2 Al Bourkan
  • Al Sheyateen Fi Agaza
  • 3aga2eb Ya Zaman
  • 24 Sa3a Hob
  • Mouled Ya Donia
  • AL Kadeia Al Mashhoura
  • Bezour Al Sheytan
  • Al Hesab Ya Madmouazel
  • Bos Shouf Sokar Beta3mel Eih
  • Ragol Fi Segn Al Nesa2
  • Moughameroon Hawl Al 3alam
  • Eli Dehek Ala Al Sheytan
  • Al Gana Taht Kadamayha
  • AL Ba3d Yazhab Lel Ma2zoun Maratein
  • Arba3a Etnin Arba3a 4-2-4
  • Setouhi Fawk Al Shagara
  • AL Kadab We shabou
  • Ehtares Men Al Khot
  • Lahib El Entekam
  • Ehna Betou3 AL Esa3af
  • Al Mokhber
  • Emraa Taht El Ekhtebar
  • Enohom Yasrekoun Al Araneb
  • Lak Youm Ya Beih
  • Mehatet LA Ens
  • Awlad El Esoul
  • Giran Akher Zaman
  • Sheytan Men 3asal
  • Bokra Ahla Men Al Neharda
  • Al Sheytana Alati Ahabatni
  • Leyla Sakhena
  • Ded Al Hekouma
  • Ganat Al Shayateen
  • Al Akhar
  • Al Na3ama Wel Tawous
  • Ma'ali al Wazir
  • Booha
  • 3Aris Men Geha Amneya
  • Wesh Egram
  • Eskenderia New York
  • Hassan wa Morcus
  • Nathariat Amti
  • Al Fil Al Azraq
  • Villa 69

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Villa 69

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Villa 69 is a 2013 Egyptian film drama by director Ayten Amin, starring Khaled Abol Naga, Lebleba, and Arwa Gouda. The film stars Naga as a terminally ill architect who, while living happily in solitude, is forced to alter the way he lives when his sister and grandson move in with him. The film was directed by Amin and distributed by Al Massa Art Production. The film was shot in multiple locations in Egypt including Manial and Cairo.

Source: "Lebleba", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2023, January 25th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lebleba.

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