Hanieh Tavassoli

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Hanieh Tavassoli
Hanieh Tavassoli in Fajr Film Festival.jpg
Tavassoli in a press conference in Fajr Film Festival
Born Hanieh Tavassoli
(1979-06-04) June 4, 1979 (age 37)
Hamedan, Iran
Alma mater Islamic Azad University
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000–present
Notable work Shab-hāye Roshan, The Corridor (2013 film)
Relatives Nader Naghi Tavassoli (Father)
Homa Tavassoli (Sister)
Mahsa Tavassoli (Sister)
Hedieh Tavassoli (Sister)
Sarah Tavassoli (Sister)
Website Official website

Hanieh Tavassoli (Persian: هانیه توسلی Hāniyeh Tavassoli‎‎, born 4 June 1979 in Hamedan) is an Iranian actress. She is the winner Crystal Simorgh for Best actress in Fajr International Film Festival 2012.[1]

Early life[edit]

She was born on 4 June 1979 in Hamedan, Iran. Hanieh is a Persian name said to mean joy. Her father Nader died in 1999. She is the younger sister of the journalist and film critic Homa Tavassoli. She also has one older and two younger sisters.

Filmography[edit]

Cinema[edit]

  • Sham-e Akhar (The Last Dinner) (2000)
  • Asiri (Captive) (2001)
  • Gahi be Asemān Negah Kon (Look at Sky Sometimes) (2002)
  • Shab-haye Roshan (White Nights) (2002)
  • Jayi Baray-e Zendegi (A Place to Live) (2003)
  • Yek Shab (One Night) (2004)
  • Cafe Setareh (Star Café) (2005)
  • Asr-e Jom'eh (Friday Evening) (2005)
  • Zaman Miyistad (The Time will be stopped) (2005)
  • Gheyre Montazere (Unexpected) (2006)
  • Eshgh (Love) (2007)
  • Keyfar (2009)
  • Asre Roze Dahom (The Evening of Tenth Day) (2010)
  • Agha Yousef (2010)
  • Madar Paeezi (2011)
  • Nadarha (2011)
  • Private Life (2012)
  • The Corridor (2013)
  • Bekhatere Pooneh (2013)
  • Special Line (2013)
  • Mordan Be Vaghte Shahrivar (Dying in September) (2013)

Series[edit]

  • Gharibeh (2000)
  • Vafa (2005–2006)
  • Mive Mamnooe (2007)
  • Shamsol Emareh (2009)
  • Ghalb-e Yakhi (2012–13)
  • Shahgoosh(2013-2014)
  • Ablah (2014–2015)

Short films[edit]

  • Ruy-e Jādd-e Namnāk (1999)
  • Dirvaght (2004)

Awards[edit]

See also[edit]

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