Abdelmajid Lakhal is a Actor Tunisien born on 29 november 1939 at Bizerte (Tunisie)
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Nationality TunisieBirth 29 november 1939
at Bizerte (Tunisie
)Death 27 september 2014
(at 74 years) at Tunis (Tunisie
Abdelmajid Lakhal (November 29, 1939 – September 27, 2014) was a Tunisian theatre and film actor and theatre director. He was considered to be a professional and versatile interpreter. Recently, he performed classical pieces (Carlo Goldoni, Anton Chekhov) translated into Arabic, at the Municipal theatre of Tunis, which were well received.
He was known on Arab Television for acting in many telefilms.
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^ "Actor and Director Abdelmajid Lakhal Passes Away". http://world.einnews.com. September 29, 2014.
^ "Tunisie , Nécrologie : Décès de l'acteur Abdelmajid Lakhal". tunivisions.net. September 28, 2014.
^ "Mehdi Jomaa: l'Etat prendra en charge les frais de soins de l'artiste tunisien Abdelmajid Lakhal". Babnet Tunisie. September 6, 2014.
^ "Décès de l’acteur Abdelmajid Lakhal". Mosaiquefm.net. September 28, 2014.
Born in Bizerte he lived with his family at Hammam-Lif. He performed his first role at 9 years old in 1948 in 'Khātimat al-naffāf' (The end of a morphine addict).
He says that the passion for theatre took him "...totally when he was 16 years old....". He joined the students 'Group Jeunes Comédiens', at Hammam-Lif.
In 1960 he was a student at the National Theatre of Music and Dance of Tunis.
In 1965 he directed Molière's Georges Dandin with the al-Nuhūd Group of Tunis.
From 1966-1967 he played Flaminio from Robert Merle, Yerma from Federico García Lorca, and the Marshall from Molière's Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme.
For the 1968 adaptation of Hamlet in the town of Hammamet, Tunisia, Lakhal was assistant director to Alì Ben Ayed. In 1971 he made his debut as a professional director with '8 Ladies' by Robert Thomas.
In 1974 he directed The Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare), and in 1982 he played Magid in 'La Noce' (Luce Berthommé), which was performed again at the Théâtre du Lucernaire in Paris. He worked at the reaction of 'Jafabule' (Christian Le Guillochet).
He also organized tournées and directed at the Group of the Theatre de Tunis, which has worked three times in the 'Théâtre de la Ville' (Paris), and also in Algeria, Morocco, Libya, Vienna, Egypt, and Lebanon.