George Abid (5 May 1880 - 12 February 1959), Lebanese representative. Such as in theater and cinema and presented the first Egyptian film and was the first captain of representatives in Egypt, and studied in the «Institute of Performing Arts». Born in Beirut, Lebanon, he emigrated to Egypt when he was 18 years old. He was bankrupt and had only diplomas in the telegraph. In 1904, Khedive Abbas saw him in a political play translated as "Neil Tower." He admired him and sent him to Paris to study art. He returned to Egypt in 1910 with a French band bearing his name and began to play plays in French. His band has performed more than 130 plays translated and composed for twenty years. He was one of the pioneers of cinema, where he made his first Egyptian film, The Song of the Heart in 1932. In 1943 he was elected to be the first president of a syndicate of actors in Egypt and when he opened the Institute of Dramatic Arts until he died