A Syrian actor wins the prize for best Arab voice actor

Syrian actor Khaled Al-Qish has won an international award for vocal performance at a grand ceremony held in the US state of California. Al-Qish won the Voice Arts Award granted by Sovas Association for Audio Sciences and Arts, for the impressive vocal performance that Al-Qish gave in the series Hareem Al-Sultan when he performed the voice of Sultan Suleiman.

The Syrian actor was famous for playing a large number of important and main characters in dubbed series, and among the most famous of these characters, which have been engraved in the memory of the audience for many years, is “Iskandar” in the series “Valley of Wolves”, and the character of Omar, which was presented by Al-Qish in the series “Black Love”.

Despite his impossibility of being in the United States to collect this award, collected on his behalf by a member of the jury, Wael al-Habal, the Syrian actor did not hide his great happiness.

Al-Qish said in press statements reported by the Syrian platform Bousta that he is proud to be the first Syrian Arab actor to win this award and that his nomination and win would raise the name of Arabs abroad.
And he considered that this victory was the culmination of many years of work, effort and commitment in presenting dubbed works, Turkish or Spanish, expressing his pride and happiness for his contribution to the publication of these series in the Arab world through the his voice.

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