Google is using its logo to honor a Hollywood legend.
On Tuesday, the tech giant paid tribute to Omar Sharif, who would have turned 86 years old.
He was best known for his role as Sherif Ali in the 1962 classic Lawrence of Arabia. Sharif also assumed the lead role in 1965's Doctor Zhivago.
Sharif was born in Alexandria, Egypt, under the name Michel Chalhoub. He worked for his father's lumber company before making the jump to acting.
Sharif also starred in The Fall of the Roman Empire and Funny Girl along with Barbra Streisand.
The actor was also a world-renowned bridge player, even co-writing a regularly syndicated column for the Chicago Tribune.
Sharif died in 2015 of a heart attack in Cairo.
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