Egyptian actress Mariam Fakhr Eddine died Monday at the age of 81, reported state-run newspaper Al-Ahram.
Fakhr Eddine underwent surgery at Maadi Military Hospital to remove a blood clot on her brain. The actress, who was admitted to the hospital’s intensive care unit, died due to complications in surgery. A date for the funeral has not been set yet, according to Al-Ahram.
Fakhr Eddine starred in over 200 films including “Al-Aidi Al-Nae’ma” (Soft Hands), which was produce in 1963, and “Al-Azraa Wal Shaar Al-Abyad” (The Virgin and The Grey Hair), produced in 1983. She also starred in several TV series such as “Al-Ae’la” (The Family) in 1994, and “Wa Lam Tansa Annaha Imra’aa” (And She Didn’t Forget that She is A Woman) in 2006.