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Nasser Al-Qasabi recalls a situation he met with Fahd Al-Hayyan 25 years ago


The Saudi artist, Nasser Al-Qasabi, recalled his late colleague, Fahd Al-Hayyan, in a situation that brought them together 25 years ago, during their filming of a drama.

Al-Qasabi said in a tweet to him on Twitter: “We were filming a scene in the Youth Club with a group of new young actors whom I do not know. During the filming, I saw a spontaneous reaction to one of them without fabrication. I liked it and indicated an upcoming talent. 25 years ago.”

And he added, “After that, we had a long relationship that lasted 15 years, until he became independent with his own business. Today, I condole him and his family, children, and lovers, and I see people’s love for him everywhere. I say whoever loves God, people love him.. May God have mercy on our beloved Fahd, and make him dwell in his spacious gardens.”

The duo had met in the famous series “Tash Ma Tash”, where the audience knew Fahd Al Hayyan through him, and he was famous for several roles such as the character Hazar.

Al-Hayyan’s start in the world of acting was in 1994 when he applied to the Culture and Arts Association and passed the test. He participated in a number of series with secondary roles, then with director Munther Al-Nafouri, and achieved great success. What qualified him to participate in the series “Tash Ma Tash”.

In 2006, Al-Hayyan opened a production company, and through it, he produced the series “Ghashchem”, and he starred in 6 seasons, and the artist Haya Al-Shuaibi participated in 5 of them.

The late artist announced his retirement from acting in December 2014, but later retracted his decision to retire and participated in some comedies.

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The Saudi artist, Fahd Al-Hayyan, died last Monday, after suffering a sudden heart attack, at the age of 52.