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Egyptian film producer
Born: April 17, 1955, Alexandria, Egypt
Died: August 31, 1997, Pont de l’Alma, Paris, France
Spouse: Susanne Gregard (m. 1986–1987)
Place of burial: Fayed Estate Grounds, Oxted
Siblings: Camilla al-Fayed, Jasmine Al-Fayed, Karim Al-Fayed, Omar Al-Fayed
Parents: Mohamed Al-Fayed, Samira Khashoggi
Birthday: April 17, 1955 (Aries)
Born In: Alexandria, Egypt
Also Known As: Emad El-Din Mohamed Abdel Mena’em Fayed
Died At Age: 42
Spouse/Ex-: Susanne Gregard
Father: Mohamed Al-Fayed
Mother: Samira Khashoggi
Siblings: Camilla Al-Fayed, Jasmine Al-Fayed, Karim Al-Fayed, Omar Al-Fayed
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Died On: August 31, 1997
Place Of Death: Paris, France
Notable Alumni: Collège Saint Marc, Alexandria, Institut Le Rosey
Cause Of Death: Traffic Collision
City: Alexandria, Egypt
Education: Institut Le Rosey, Collège Saint Marc, Alexandria
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In 1986, Fayed married model Suzanne Gregard. The couple divorced after only eight months of marriage.
In July 1997, Fayed became romantically involved with Diana, Princess of Wales. Earlier that summer, Fayed had become engaged to an American model, Kelly Fisher, and had bought a house in Malibu, California, for himself and Fisher with money from his father.
Fisher subsequently claimed Fayed had jilted her for Diana and announced that she was filing a breach of contract suit against him, claiming that he had “led her emotionally all the way up to the altar and abandoned her when they were almost there.
He threw her love away in a callous way with no regard for her whatsoever”. She dropped the lawsuit shortly after Fayed’s death.
In the early hours of 31 August 1997, Diana and Fayed were killed in a car crash in the Pont de l’Alma underpass, in Paris.
They had stopped in Paris en route to London, after having spent nine days together on holiday in the French and Italian Rivieras aboard his family’s yacht, the Jonikal. Neither Fayed nor Diana were wearing a seat belt.
The only survivor of the crash was bodyguard Trevor Rees-Jones, who was seriously injured but was conscious after the car crashed. Fayed was pronounced dead at the scene on removal from the wreckage.
Investigations by French and British police concluded that their chauffeur, Henri Paul, was driving under the influence of alcohol and prescription drugs; paparazzi chasing the couple are also believed to have contributed to the accident.
Fayed’s father, Mohamed Al-Fayed, has claimed that the couple “were executed by MI6 agents”. Fayed’s former spokesman, Michael Cole, has claimed that the couple had become engaged before their deaths.
Fayed was originally interred in Brookwood Cemetery near Woking, Surrey, but was disinterred and re-interred on the grounds of the Fayed estate in Oxted, Surrey, in October 1997.
Dodi Fayed was born on April 15, 1955, in Alexandria, Egypt, as Emad El-Din Mohamed Abdel Muna’im Al-Fayed. He was the eldest son of Mohamed Al-Fayed, who owned the luxury department store Harrods in London, the Fulham football club, and the Hotel Ritz Paris.
His mother was Samira Khashoggi, an author, and a Saudi-citizen of Turkish descent.