The Egyptian artist, Rashwan Tawfiq, revealed some of the secrets of his private and professional life during an interview with him on the “It’s Show Time” program on the Egyptian “CBC” satellite channel, but the most important of them is the vision that he saw in the dream that his son Tawfiq will die.
The Egyptian artist said, “I saw a vision that my two sons, Tawfiq, would die,” adding: “I had to prepare psychologically, and I watched him as he moved in front of me until he had a stroke.” Pointing out that when he spoke to his son, his grandfather described to me his grandmother as “my mother’s mother,” whom he had never seen, so I knew that he was going to die.
He explained that when he went to the hospital to check on his son, the doctor assured him that he was dying. Pointing out that he tried to persuade his son to go to the hospital, and he continues: “When we went, I found a young doctor leaving his room, and suddenly I fell on the ground and learned at the time that Tawfiq died.”
The artist Rashwan Tawfiq confirmed that he loved acting and gave his life to him, and the first work he performed was in 1947 and introduced the character of Omar bin Al-Khattab, while inspecting the condition of the parish.
The artist Rashwan Tawfiq indicated that his marriage lasted 62 years, and he said: “I never betrayed her, not once, or look at another other, and when we disagree, I go out to the Sultan Abu Al-Ela Mosque, read the Qur’an and go back as if nothing had happened.”
Rashwan Tawfiq added that his wife was the one who was managing everything in the house, and that I did not know anything about the house, as she was fully responsible.