Ghotbeddin Sadeghi

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قطب‌الدین صادقی
Ghotbedin Sadeghi
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Born (1952-04-23) April 23, 1952 (age 65)
Sanandaj, Iran
Occupation Actor, Director, Playwright
Years active 1966-present

Ghotbedin Sadeghi (Persian: قطب‌الدین صادقی‎; born April 23, 1952) in Sanandaj, Iran is an Kurdish-Iranian theatre director, playwright, stage and film actor.

Education[edit]

He got his B.A from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Tehran in 1975. Later, he did his Masters in Dramatic Arts at Sorbonne (Paris 3) University and completed it in 1979. Afterwards, he did a Ph.D. in the same field and at the same University, Sorbonne (Paris 3), and graduated in 1985.

Filmography (as an actor)[edit]

Plays (as a director and writer)[edit]

  • Hamlet by William Shakespeare, Tehran : Shahr Theater, 1991
  • Ajax by Sophocles,Tehran : Niavaran Farhangsara – Shahr Theater, 1987
  • Médée (Medea) by Jean Anouilh, Tehran : Shahr Theater, 1988
  • Arash by Bahram Bayzai, Tehran : Theatre office, 1988
  • See Morgh SiMorgh by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran : Shahr Theater, 1990
  • Les Fourberies de Scapin by Molière, Tehran : Shahr Theater, 1992
  • Marde Farzane Babre Divane by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Miras Farhangi organization –Avini Hall- France: vile 1993[disambiguation needed]
  • Choobine by Siamack TaghiPoor, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 1994
  • Haftkhane Rostam by Ghotbedin Sadeghi Tehran: Sadabad Palace, 1995
  • Mouye Jam by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 1995
  • Mobarak Negahbane Koochak by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Niavaran Palace, 1996
  • Dorane Bigonahi by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 1996
  • Zanane Sabra Mardane Shatila by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Vahdat Hall, 1997
  • Arash by Bahram Bayzai, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 1998
  • Khate Eshgh by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 1999
  • Haft Ghabileye Gomshode by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 2000
  • Sahoori by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 2001
  • Afshin & Boodalaf Are Both Dead by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 2003
  • Dakhme Shirin by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 2004
  • Akse Yadegari by Ghotbedin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 2005
  • The Just Assassins (Les Justes) (Adelha) by Albert Camus, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 2005
  • Memorial of Zariran (Yadegare Zariran) by Ghotbeddin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 2008
  • Baghe ShekarPare by Ghotbeddin Sadeghi, Tehran: Shahr Theater, 2009

Tele Theatres (as a director)[edit]

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