Sherif Arafa is an Egyptian director, producer and producer. He was born on 25 December 1960 and graduated from the Higher Institute of Cinema in 1982. He is the son of director Saad Arafa and the eldest brother of Amr Arafa.
Sherif Arafa has produced many important films in the history of Egyptian cinema, such as the Birds of Darkness, the Spectator, Mafia and Halim.
He has worked with top stars since his artistic beginnings such as Suad Hosni, Ahmed Zaki and Adel Azzam. He has also discovered and introduced many well-known young actors such as Alaa Wali El Din, Mohamed Henedy, Mona Zaki, Mohamed Saad, Noor, Ahmed Hilmi, Haytham Ahmed Zaki and many others.
He has also produced many film and television works such as Halim, Tamer, Shouqia, Critical Moments and People's Program. I am doing so through his production company Partner Pro.
He also directed several television commercials for well-known products such as Pepsi and Chipsy.
Sherif Arafa entered the world of television production strongly in 2006 by producing three works: Tamer and Shouqia series, critical moments and the People and I program, which was co-produced by other producers from Egypt and the United States.