Dodi Fayed was an Egyptian movie producer who died in a car crash in 1997 alongside his romantic partner Diana, Princess of Wales. The car crash became international news and Fayed is often referred to as Diana's eternal love. Fayed's billionaire father, Mohamed Al-Fayed, erected two memorials, including a 3-metre high bronze statue, to Diana and his son at Harrods.
Haim Saban is an Israeli-American investor, media proprietor, and film producer. He is credited with founding Saban Entertainment which produces children's television programs like Power Rangers. For his achievements in the TV industry, Saban was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Also a philanthropist, Haim Saban donated $14 million for the completion of a children's hospital.
Faten Hamama was an Egyptian actress and film producer. Regarded as an icon in Middle Eastern and Egyptian cinema, Hamama played an important role in popularizing the film industry in Egypt. She is also remembered for stressing the importance of women in the film industry and Egyptian society at large. In 1965, she was awarded the Decoration of the Republic.
10 Mido Hamada
11 Ahmed Zaki
17 Rushdy Abaza
20 Hend Sabry
24 Amr Khaled
Egyptian televangelist Amr Khaled is one of the most popular Islamic preachers in English-speaking countries. Named in TIME 100 in 2017, he has often openly denounced religious extremism. While he initially worked for KPMG in Cairo, he later gained popularity for his sermons. He eventually had to flee Egypt to avoid extremists.