Mahmoud Pak Niat

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Mahmoud Pak Niat
Mahmoud Pak Niat in Shahrzad Series closing ceremony.jpg
Mahmoud Pak Niat in Shahrzad Series closing ceremony ,May 2016
Born (1952-12-31) December 31, 1952 (age 65)
Kazerun, Iran
Occupation Actor
Years active 1988–present
Spouse(s) (m. 1979)
Children 2 sons

Mahmoud Pak Niat (Persian: محمود پاک‌نیت‎) Is an Iranian actor. He was born in Kazerun. He has had leading roles in the films Deserted Station[1] and Kingdom of Solomon[2] and the television series Prophet Joseph (Yousofe Payambar).[3]


Mahmoud Pakniyyat began stage acting in 1969 and in 1988 he stepped into the world of movies and television.

The series which brought him a nationwide fame was Once Upon a Time (1991–1992).

His popularity grew with his appearance in the series The Patriarch (1993–1995) and After the Rain (2000).

Pakniyyat has appeared in the series such as Sheikh Mofid (1995), Seasoned Rider (1997), Lighter than Darkness (1999–2002), The Tenth Night (2001), Prophet Joseph (2008), Building No.85 (2010), Behind the Tall Mountains (2012), The Line (2014), The Recluse (2014), and Warm Breath (2015).

He has also acted in a number of movies, including Death Formation (1994), Land of the Sun (1996), The World Upside-Down (1997), The Wrong Guy (1998), The Victorious Warrior (1998), The Deserted Station (2000–2001), City of Chaos (2005), Heartbroken (2008), and Extreme Cold (2009).

Iranian Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance has awarded Iran's High Distinction in Art to Pakniyyat.

Personal life[edit]

Mahmoud Pakniat married an actress. They have 2 sons together.

Television series[edit]

Year Title Role Network
1991 Roozi Roozegari Hesam Beyg IRIB TV1
2008 Prophet Joseph Prophet Jacob IRIB TV1
2010 Building No.85 IRIB TV2
2014 The Line Haj Rafi IRIB TV1
Seven Stones Guest / Father IRIB TV3
Behind the Curtain Mr Akbar IRIB TV1
2015 Warm breath Morteza IRIB TV1
Shahrzad Jamshid Sa'adat Film Net
2016 Pariya Hossein IRIB TV3
Special patrol IRIB TV1


  1. ^ "In the Steps of a Master". The New York Sun. 3 December 2004. Retrieved 28 September 2010. 
  2. ^ ""Kingdom of Solomon" submitted to Fajr festival". Tehran Times. 25 January 2010. Retrieved 28 September 2010. 
  3. ^ ""Prophet Joseph (AS)" cast and crew meet Supreme Leader". Tehran Times. 1 December 2009. Retrieved 28 September 2010. 

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