Hamid Farrokhnezhad

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Hamid Farokhnezhad
H.farokhnezhad.jpg
Hamid Farokhnezhad in
Haghighat e Gomshodeh
Born (1969-04-17) April 17, 1969 (age 45)
Abadan, Iran
Other names Hamid Farokhnezhad,
Hamid Farokhnejad
Occupation actor, writer, director
Years active 1991–present
Spouse(s) Foroozan Jalilifar[1]

Hamid Farrokhnezhad[2] (Persian: حمید فرخ‌نژاد‎) (born 17 April 1969) is an Iranian actor, writer and director.[3][4] He graduated from the Theatre Director program in Tehran University's Fine Arts Department. His practical thesis was based on the play "He Said Yes / He Said No" (Bertolt Brecht) and his theoretical thesis was titled, "Theater in the East"[5]

He won his first two Crystal Simorgh, a notable award in Iranian cinema given annually at the Fajr Film Festival, for Aroos-e Atash (The Bride of the Fire), in the acting in a supporting role and screenwriting categories. His second was in 2013 for acting in Esterdad.

Career[edit]

He started his career in student theatre and making some short films. After acting in Khosrow Sinai's Dar Kooche-haye Eshgh he had the chance to play a role in another movie by Sinai, Aroos-e Atash aka Bride of fire which brought him many awards in Fajr Film Festival, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival and Khane-ye Cinema award. He had roles in three films by Sinai and had worked with notable Iranian directors such as Ebrahim Hatamikia, Asghar Farhadi and Bahram Beyzayi.

He also gained TV popularity after acting in the role of a ghost named "Hasan Golab" in a TV series directed by Ebrahim Hatamikia.[6]

Filmography[edit]

As actor[edit]

Year Film English Title Role Director
1991 Dar Kooche-haye Eshgh "In the alleys of love" Khosrow Sinai
2000 Aroos-e Atash "Bride of fire" Farhan Khosrow Sinai
2002 Ertefa-e Past "The low height" Ghasem Ebrahim Hatamikia
2004 Tab "The Fever" Reza karimi
2005 Tabl-e Bozorg Zir-e Pay-e Chap Big drum under left foot Hafez [7] Kazem Ma'soumi
2006 Sahne-ye Jorm, Voroud Mamnou' Crime scene, No admittance Maj. Parsa[8] Ebrahim Sheibani
2006 Chaharshanbeh Soori "Chaharshanbeh Soori" Morteza Asghar Farhadi
2008 Haghighat-e Gomshodeh "The lost truth" Dr. Kia[9] Mohammad Ahmadi
2008 Atashkar "Fire keeper" Sohrab Mohsen Amiryoussefi
2008 Hareem "Sanctum" Maj. Mohebbi Reza Khatibi
2008 Shab-e Vaghe'e "The night of the incident" Daryagholi Shahram Asadi
2009 Poosteh "The shell" Saeed[10] Mostafa Al-e Ahmad
2009 Bidari-e Royaha "The Awakening of the Dreams" Ayub's Brother Mohammad Ali Bashe Ahangar
2009 Democracy Tou Rouze Roshan "Democracy in Daylight" Sotudeh Ali Atshani
2010 Shokolat-e Dagh "Hot Chokolate" Hamed Kolahdari
2010 Dar Entezar-e Mo'jezeh "Waiting for a Miracle" Amir Rasul Sadr Ameli
2010 Mohammad "Muhammad" Abu sufyan Majid Majidi
2011 Gasht-e Ershad "Vice squad (Patrol)" Haj Abbas Saeed Soheili
2012 Zendegi-e Khosusi-e Agha va Khanom-e Mim "The Private Life of Mr. & Mrs. M " Mohsen Mehrad Rouhollah Hejazi
2012 Parinaaz "Parinaz" Bahram Bahramian
2012 Esterdad "Extradition" Ali Ghaffari
2012 Zendegi-ye Moshtarek-e Aghaye Mahmoudi va Banoo "The Mutual Life of Mr. and Mrs. Mahmoudi" Ruhollah Hejazi
2012 Besharat be yek shahrvand-e Hezareye Sevvom "Annunciation to a Third Milennium Citizen" Mohammad Hadi Karimi
2013 Mordan be Vaght-e Shahrivar "Death ath the Time of Shahrivar" Hatef Alimardani

Writing, Directing , and Producing[edit]

  • Kooche-ye Payeez -1998 - Production Manager - Dir. Khosrow Sinai
  • Aroos-e Atash - 2000 - Screenwriter - Dir. Khosrow Sinai
  • Safar-e Sorkh - 2001 - Screenwriter and Director

Theater career[edit]

TV career[edit]

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

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