After a long period of declining health and hospitalization, the actor passed away, leaving behind a legacy. Rabat – Morocco’s iconic actor Abdellah El Amrani died on Tuesday in Marrakech at the age of 78 after a long battle with declining health due to paralysis. Moroccan television channel 2M announced his passing after being notified by his family. Born in 1941 in Marrakech, the actor joined the Acting School of Theatre Research in 1959, where he studied acting for three years. Also in 1959, he joined the National Theatre Association. El Amrani starred in many Moroccan movies during his career, including “Yesterday’s Friends” in 1997, “the Moroccan Symphony” in 2006, and in “The Bitter Orange” in 2006. The actor also made several television appearances. 2M reported in 2018 that the artist was diagnosed with a peculiar form of paralysis that quickly weakened his health.