was born in 1935 in the Metn district town of Qornet Shehwan. He studied at the Sagesse School before traveling to Paris to study theater.
he established the House of Arts and Literature. He later became the president of the UNESCO-affiliated Lebanese Center for Theater.
Gebara was considered one of the most prominent figures in Lebanese and Arab drama, writing directing, and acting in a large number of plays.
As a professor of fine arts at the Lebanese University, Gebara worked with several actors who have since risen to the sphere of Lebanon’s stage and screen.