Anahita Khalatbari

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Anahita Khalatbari
Born Anahita Khalatbari
Residence Los Angeles
Other names Barbie
Citizenship  United States
Occupation Journalist, Actress, TV Personality, News Anchor
Anahita Khalatbari

Anita Khalatbari is an American journalist, news anchor, reporter, actress, model and TV show host of Iranian descent.[1] She was brought up and educated in Great Britain. Her great grandfather Sepahdar A'zam was of the Royal Khalatbari family and served as Prime Minister for 4 terms (1909).


Khalatbari studied politics and sociology in London, England but later moved to California to pursue her passion in the fields of broadcasting and acting despite her conservative father's disapproval.[1]


Throughout her career, Anahita Khalatbari has interviewed hundreds of personalities including politicians, physicians, surgeons and celebrities such as former President of Israel, Senator Roderick D. Wright, Sheriff Lee Bacca, former Mayor of Los Angeles Antonio Villaraigosa, Larry King and many more.

Her acting career includes appearing as plaintiff Jennifer Hardison opposite attorney Gloria Allred in the re-enactment Court TV Show "We the People" on NBC Channel.[1][2] Khalatbari has also starred in the romantic comedy Shirin in Love, directed by Ramin Niami. Anita Khalatbari's superb acting skills in the movie "Shirin in Love" were praised by the great film critic Roger Ebert and compared to Faye Dunaway's. Roger Ebert says; "Anahita Kalatbari gives a turn that's like a more deliberately comic version of Faye Dunaway's maternal control freak in "Mommie Dearest." It's that good, and doubly remarkable in being Kalatbari's first screen role".[3]</ref>[4]


  1. ^ a b c "آناهيتا خلعتبري چهره معروف و با سابقه تلويزيوني". Retrieved 11 December 2013. 
  2. ^ "We the People With Gloria Allred: Season 1, Episode 55 Eyelash Disaster/Heart Broken Heirloom". Retrieved 11 December 2013. 
  3. ^ "Shirin in Love". Retrieved 11 December 2013. 
  4. ^ "Writing a New Romance". March 14, 2014. Retrieved October 28, 2017. 

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