Yusuf Maati

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Born (1963-08-25) August 25, 1963 (age 58)
NationalityEgyptian
CitizenshipEgypt
Alma materAin Shams University
Occupation
  • Satirist
  • Screenwriter
  • Playwright
Notable work
The Danish Experience

Saheb Al-Saa'da

Elwad mahrous betaa alwazir
Spouse(s)Mona El Sharkawy
ChildrenHaya Yusuf Maati , Mahmoud Yusuf Maati

Yusuf Maati is an Egyptian Satire, playwright, and screenwriter, born on August 25, 1963. He began his career as an announcer on television and then became popular after hosting “Al Sitt di Umee”. His brother is the famous writer Salah Maati.

Life and Career

Yusuf Maati graduated from Ain Shams University first, then graduated from the directing department from the Cairo Higher Institute of Cinema. He began his artistic career when he was directing plays during his college days. His starting step was when George Sidhom’s brother asked him to write a theatrical piece after Maati had presented himself as a director for some schoolwork. Maati did indeed develop ideas for a theatrical play and it was for 1994’s “Love In Al Takhsheba”. Afterwards, he set out to become a screenwriter. Some of his plays also include: “Aljamiluh Walwahshin”, “Bahlool Fe Istanbul”, “Bodyguard”, “La Balash Keda”, and “Shaii fe Sabri”.

After Maati got acquainted with Adel Emam in 1999, an artistic duo was formed and they collaborated on several works such as: “Mahrous the Minister's Attaché”, “Bobbos”, “El sefara fil-emara”, “Al-Tajroba Al-Denmarkeya”, “Hasan Wamarqas", “Arees min giha amneya”, and “Morgan Ahmed Morgan”.[1]

Some of the Film has written also include: “Tabakh Al Rayyes”, “Maalish We Bntbahl”, “Ramadan Mabrouk Abu Al-Alamein Hamouda”, “Amir Al-Bahar”, “The Female and the Wasp” and “365 Days of Happiness”.

His television works include: “Yetrabo fe Ezzo”, “Sikkat Al Hilali”, “The time has come”, “Abbas Abid fe Alyoum Alasoud”, “Nagy Atallah Ensemble,” “The Oracle,” “Saheb El Saada”,"Ostaz wa Ra'ees Qesm”, "Ma'moun wa Sheoqao’h”, and “Afarat Adly Allam”.[2]

He has many books on satirical literature, including: “Ask a fitter”, “Other than my son,“ Oh my brain ”,“ You love to hate America ”,“ Stars at the height of the noon ”,“ I do not write but I hope ”,“ Saaigh bylwiratha ” “Tait fe Dimaghi”, “bint al-ayah,” “Ma Tshilsh fe Nafsk”, “life is lost, my country,” and “Wala Yehamik”, “Asal Albanat”, “Funny Nightmares".

Personal Life

Yusuf Maati is married to the Egyptian television presenter Mona El Sharkawy and they have two children.

Works

Yusuf Maati has written numerous books,films, TV series, and plays.

Books

  • Ask a fitter
  • Other than my son
  • Oh my brain
  • You love to hate America
  • Stars at the height of the noon
  • I do not write but I hope
  • Saaigh bylwiratha
  • Tait fe Dimaghi
  • Bint al-aya
  • Ma Tshilsh fe Nafsk
  • Life is lost, my country
  • Wala Yehamik
  • Asal Albanat
  • Funny Nightmares
  • Kallam Kabeh Gidan
  • Hanaish Kidah wa Nmut Kidah
  • Afareet
  • We fell in the Trap

Films

  • Yatheb yat'eb, 1994.
  • Hanhib wa Nqib, 1997.
  • The Female and the Wasp, 1998.
  • Elwad mahrous betaa alwazir, 1999.
  • The Danish Experience, 2003.
  • A Groom from the Security Entity, 2004.
  • Maalish We Bntbahl, 2005.
  • The Embassy in the Building, 2005.
  • Morgan Ahmed Morgan, 2007.
  • The President's Chef, 2008.
  • Ramadan Mabrouk Abul-Alamein Hamouda , 2008.
  • Hasan Wamarqas, 2008.
  • Bobbos, 2009.
  • Amir Al-Bahar, 2009.
  • El-Talatah Yishtaghaloonha, 2010.
  • 365 Days of Happiness, 2011.
  • Tyta rahiba, 2012.

TV Series

  • Television in my house, 1997.
  • Shabab rayq gidan, 1998.
  • Shabab taqiq gidan, 1999.
  • Aduhm wa zenat wa thalath banat, 2003.
  • Abbas Abid fe Alyoum Alasoud, 2004.
  • Almatam tche toto, 2006.
  • Sikkat Al Hilali, 2006.
  • The time has come, 2006.
  • Yetrabo fe Ezzo, 2007.
  • Mama Fi El-Qism, 2010.
  • Misyou Ramadan Mabrouk Abul-Alamein Hamouda, 2011.
  • Naji Attallah's Squad, 2012.
  • The Oracle, 2013.
  • Saheb El Saada, 2014.
  • Ostaz wa Ra'ees Qesm, 2015.
  • Ma'moun wa Sheoqao’h, 2016.
  • Afarat Adly Allam, 2017
  • .'Iizay alsiha, 2017.
  • With Love, We'll Get Through, 2019.

Plays

  • Love In Al Takhsheba, 1994.
  • Bahlool Fe Istanbul, 1995.
  • Aljamiluh Walwahshin, 1996.
  • La Balash Keda, 1997.
  • Bodyguard, 1998-1999.
  • Shaii fe Sabri, 2002.

References

  1. "Youssef Maaty". IMDb. Retrieved 2021-01-02.
  2. "يوسف معاطي - ﺗﺄﻟﻴﻒ - فيلموجرافيا، صور، فيديو". web.archive.org. 2016-05-15. Retrieved 2021-01-02.

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