Reza Attaran

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Reza Attaran
Born Reza Attaran
(1968-03-31) 31 March 1968 (age 46)
Mashhad, Iran
Nationality Iranian
Occupation Actor, writer, director
Years active 1995–present
Notable work(s) Dehliz, Voroode Aghayan Mamnoo
Spouse(s) Farideh Faramarzi
Website
http://rezaattaran.ir

Reza Attaran (born 31 March 1968 in Mashhad) is an Iranian actor and director. He has played in both films and television shows. Attaran won the Best Actor award at the 2008 Gol Aga Comedy Film Festival.[1] He also won Crystal Simorgh for the best actor in the 32nd Fajr International Film Festival in 2014.

Filmography[edit]

TV shows[edit]

Name Year Character Director Genre
Happy Hour 1995–96 Reza Mehran Modiri Comedy
Acacia Alley 2002–03 Faramarz Reza Attaran Comedy
Home to Shower 2004 Ahmad Reza Attaran Comedy
The Accused Fled 2005 Ramin Reza Attaran Comedy
Shirin-va-Torsh 2007 Naser Reza Attaran Comedy
Turning Point 2008 Nader Reza Attaran Comedy
Ghalbe Yakhi 2012 Esfandiar Saman moghadam Crime/Drama

Films[edit]

Name Year Director Genre
Sarzamine Sabz 1997 Bijan Birang Drama
Cinderella 2000 Bijan Birang Drama/Romance
Kolah Ghermezi Va Sarvenaz 2002 Iraj Tahmasb Comedy
Havoo 2005 Alireza Davoudinejad Drama
Kolahi Baraye Baran 2006 Masood Navabi Comedy/Drama
Tigh Zan 2006 Alireza Davoodinejad Action/Drama
Neshani 2007 Fereydoun Hassanpour Family/Drama
Tasvie Hesab 2007 Tamineh Milani Crime/Drama
Tofighe Ejbari 2007 Mohammad Hossein Latifi Drama/Comedy
Gharantineh 2007 Manoochehr Hadi Drama
Aghaye Haft Rang 2008 Shahram Shah-Hosseini Comedy/Drama
Sandali Khalli 2008 Saman Astrky Drama
Az Ma Behtaroon 2009 Mehrdad Farid Comedy
Nish O Zanboor 2009 HR Slahmnd Comedy
Khoros Jangi 2009 Masood Atyabi Comedy/Drama
Bad Az Zohre Saghie Saghi 2009 Comedy/Drama
Harchi Khoda Bekhad 2010 Navid Mihandoost Comedy
Voroode Aghayan Mamnoo 2010 Rambod Javan Comedy
Asb Heivane Najibi Ast 2010 Abdolreza Kahani Comedy
Khabam Miad 2011 Reza Attaran Comedy
Bikhod & Bi Jahat 2012 Abdolreza Kahani Comedy/Drama
Dehliz 2013 Behrouz Shoaibi Drama
Red Carpet 2013 Reza Attaran Drama

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gol Aqa Comedy Film Festival winners announced". Tehran Times. 23 October 2008. Retrieved 27 January 2010. 

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