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Salima Khudhair Dawud Al-Timimi|
1 July 1930
|Education||Academy of Fine Arts|
|Spouse(s)||Hamza Qasim (m. 1960)|
|Relatives||Amal Khudhair (sister)|
The actress Khudair began acting with the group of "art lovers" in Basra, where she played as a Djamila Bouhired in the play "Struggle in Algeria" and then moved to Baghdad to start her career there. She also worked as a broadcaster, and a writer, she released a novel titled "Palms-Guitar".
The most important works of artist Salima Khudair in television, cinema and theater:
|1960||Four on the Road|
|1961||Under The Barber's Razor|
|1979||The Silk Thread|
|The Big House||Khalifa's mother|
|2004||Bashawat of Last Age|
|2005||This Is Love|
|2008||Messages From Dead Man|
|Strangers of the Night|
|Snow in the Age of Fire|
|2010||The Love First|
|Kingdom of Evil|
|Shanasheel of Our District|
|To The Poor|
|1963||Return to the Countryside|
|1967||The Ode of Earth|
|1977||The Trees Die Standing|
|1978||They Are All My Children|
|1986||House And Five Doors|
- Best Actress awards in They Are All My Children play.
- Best Actress awards in The Experience film.
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