Mohammad Reza Golzar

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Mohammad Reza Golzar
محمد رضا گلزار
Golzar in July 2017
Born (1977-03-21) 21 March 1977 (age 46)
Tehran, Iran
EducationIslamic Azad University
Occupation(s)Actor, singer

Mohammad Reza Golzar (Persian: محمدرضا گلزار, born March 21, 1977) is an Iranian actor.[1]

Early life[edit]

Mohammad Reza Golzar was born on 21 March 1977 in Tehran in a family of Iranian Azerbaijanis origin.[2] His close friend Aria Sajadi helped him with his acting skills.[2]

Career[edit]

Before starting his acting career with Sam and Narges, he gained fame as the guitarist of the Iranian music band, Arian Band. He is now a singer of the Rezzar Band led by Hamed Baradaran.[3]

In 2000, he was invited to act in Sam and Narges by Iranian director, Iraj Ghaderi. He started to gain popularity after acting in more films such as Shaam-e Akhar, Zahr-e Asal, and Boutique.

Golzar gained media attention when it was revealed that he was paid £55,000 for 3 days work while shooting Democracy in Bright Daylight in 2009, a relatively high fee for the country.[4]

He is a graduate of Mechanical Engineering from Islamic Azad University. Golzar started his music career in 1998 as a guitarist with one of his close friends Arian Sajadi. He has played guitar, organ and percussion with Arian Sajadi.  

Filmography[edit]

  • Sam o Nargess (2000 – Iraj Ghaderi)
  • Zamaneh (2001 – Hamidreza Salahmand)
  • Bala-ye Shaher, Payeen-e Shahr (2002 – Akbar Khamin)
  • Shaam-e Akhar (The Last Supper) (2002 – Fereydoun Jeyrani)
  • Zahr-e Asal (2003 – Ebrahim Sheibani)
  • Boutique (2003 – Hamid Nematollah)
  • Cheshmane Siah (2003 – Iraj Ghaderi)
  • Taleh (2006 – Siroos Alvand)
  • Coma (2004 – Arash Moayerian)
  • Gol-e Yakh (2005 – Kiomars Pourahmad)
  • Sham-e Aroosi (2006 – Ebrahim Vahidzadeh)
  • Atash Bas (Cease Fire) (2006 – Tahmineh Milani)
  • Kalagh Par (2007 – Shahram Shah Hosseini)
  • Tofighe Ejbari (2008 – Mohammad Hossein Latifi)
  • Majnoone leyli (2008 – Ghasem Jafari)
  • Democracy Tou Rouze Roshan (2009 – Ali Atshani)
  • Two Sisters (2010 – Mohammad Banki)
  • To Va Man (2011 – Mohammad Banki)
  • Shish - o - Besh (Six and Five) (2011)
  • Made in Iran 1 - (2011 – Mohammad Hossein Latifi)
  • Atom Heart Mother (2013 – Ali Ahmadzadeh)
  • I want to dance (2014 – Bahman Farmanara)
  • Love is not Closed (2014– Bijan Birang)
  • Salaam Mumbai (2016 – Ghorban Mohammadpour)
  • Ayeneh Baghal (2017 – Manochehr Hadi)
  • Rahman 1400 (2017 – Manochehr Hadi)
  • We Are All Together (2018 Kamal Tabrizi)
  • Gisoo ( Asheghane2 ) (2020 Manochehr Hadi)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Iran threatens tax crackdown on 'overpaid' actors". The Daily Telegraph. London. 9 November 2009. Retrieved 18 August 2010. Mohammad Reza Golzar, one of Iran's most revered stars, received the sum for playing an angel in the film Democracy in Bright Daylight.
  2. ^ a b "5- گلزار: من با افتخار ترک هستم". asriran+video. Retrieved 22 May 2016.
  3. ^ "Concert Rezzar Band led by Hamed Baradaran".
  4. ^ Tait, Robert (8 November 2009). "Iran names and shames well-paid actors". The Guardian. London.

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