Mohammad Reza Golzar

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Mohammad Reza Golzar
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Born
Mohammad Reza Golzar Azari

(1977-03-21) March 21, 1977 (age 41)
Other namesReza Golzar
OccupationActor, singer, Model , Tv presenter
Years active1998–present
Home townTehran , Iran
Height1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Parent(s)Parviz Golzar Azari, Shahnaz Razaghi
Websitewww.rezzar.com

Mohammad Reza Golzar (Persian: محمد رضا گلزار‎, born March 21, 1977), is an Iranian actor, television personality, singer and model.[1] has been considered as one of the biggest box office actors in Iran.

Biography[edit]

Mohammad Reza Golzar (Azari) was born to Shahnaz and Parviz Golzar Azari on the Iranian New Year- Norouz- March 21, 1977. His father is a mechanical engineer and his mother a homemaker. He graduated in mechanical engineering from the Islamic Azad University, South. He has an older brother named Alireza who is a civil engineer and a sister named Atousa who is a German translator, and a younger brother Bardia who is an English translator. Reza Golzar is fluent in English and some Arabic as he was taught Arabic in both high school and pre university before entering music and cinema career.

Reza is an established guitarist. He started his career in the entertainment industry as a guitar player in the first pop band in post-revolutionary Iran- Arian Band- which shot to fame for their catchy music and lyrics. They ended up touring many countries. Reza then started his acting career in his first film Sam and Narges by Iraj Ghaderi, who has since passed away. However, Sam and Narges screened after Reza's second attempt at acting in The Last Dinner by Fereydoun Jeyrani, who went on to film festivals and introduced Reza - who had a small role as a young student who falls in love with his university professor- to a larger audience. Since then, Mohammad Reza Golzar has been considered one of the biggest box office actors in Iran. His face has adorned many posters, magazine covers and billboards. He is a sportsman, especially skiing and volleyball, both of which he pursues religiously. He was the captain of the 'Stars Team' in Iran, a volleyball team consisted of stars who competed for charities. He left Arian Band and the Stars Team eventually due to his heavy schedule of filming.

The third child of a family of 6, Mohammad Reza Golzar is one of the most recognizable faces amongst Iranians everywhere. His dashing good looks and his down to earth attitude when faced with crowds of fans has made him one of Iran's darling stars. In the past few years, Reza has been working more diligently on roles which will bring him more recognition as a character actor and not just a box office 'pretty face'. He has been involved in projects from the get go, and choosing roles which has slowly gained him more respect amongst both his colleagues and the movie goers. Reza Golzar - as he is known amicably in Iran- was the first actor to break the walls between Iranian and Bollywood cinema, in his role as Ali, an Iranian medical student in Mumbai in his latest film, Hello Mumbai. He has modeled for many famous Iranian brands, and today has launched his modeling career a step further and is the face for such brands as G.U.M. dental health brands, Hype Energy Drink , Lond Weil Watches , Sunnyness and Dasht-e-noor project in Iran. [2]

Career[edit]

Before starting his acting career with Sam and Narges, in 1998 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 given the per capita income of Iran.[4] He has been reported as one of the highest paid actors and celebrities in Iran.

In 2018 he started a new career in Channel 3, as the host of the game show Barandeh Bash, an adaption of Who Wants to be a Millionaire?.

Filmography[edit]

TV Series[edit]

Television Host[edit]

Songs[edit]

Concerts[edit]

  1. Bandar Abbas(Shahid Avini Amphiteather - January 18, 2017) [29] [30] [31]
  2. Tehran (Milad Concert Hall - March 10, 2017) [32] [33]
  3. Rasht (Golestan Hall - March 11, 2017)
  4. Ramsar (Ramsar Telecabin Hall - March 23, 2017) [34]
  5. Kish (Kish City Hall - March 26, 2017)
  6. Bandar Abbas (Shahid Avini Amphiteather - March 30, 2017)
  7. Ahvaz (Helal Cinema - April 24, 2017) [35]
  8. Kerman (Helal Ahmar Hall- April 27, 2017) [36]
  9. Tehran (Milad Concert Hall - May 4, 2017) [37] [38]
  10. Esfahan (Roodaki Hall - May 12, 2017) [39]
  11. Khoram Abad (Saderat Bank Hall - August 23, 2017) [40] [41]
  12. Arak (Setaregan Hall - August 26, 2017)
  13. Tehran (Milad Concert Hall - August 30, 2017) [42] [43]
  14. Sari (Sepehr Cinema - September 1, 2017) [44]
  15. Semnan (Helal Ahmar Hall - September 9, 2017)
  16. Kish (Avaye Khalije Fars Concert Hall - September 14, 2017) [45]
  17. Bushehr (Bahman Cinema - December 8, 2017)
  18. Tehran (Milad Concert Hall - December 20, 2017) [46] [47] [48]
  19. Tabriz (Kaya Lala Hotel - January 5, 2018/January 6, 2018) [49]
  20. Tehran (Milad Concert Hall - July 5, 2018) [50] [51]
  21. Urmia (Darya Hall - July 23, 2018) [52]
  22. Rasht (Namjoo Amphitheatre - July 26, 2018)
  23. Shiraz (Hafez Shiraz Hall - August 16, 2018)
  24. Abadan (Naft Cinema - August 22, 2018) [53] [54]
  25. Hamedan (Ghods Cinema - August 28, 2018) [55]

[56] [57]

  1. Gorgan (Fakhredin asa'd Gorgani Hall- September 2, 2018) [58]
  2. Tehran (Milad Concert Hall - September 4, 2018) [59]

[60] [61]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Iran threatens tax crackdown on 'overpaid' actors". London: The Daily Telegraph. November 9, 2009. Retrieved August 18, 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. ^ [1]
  3. ^ Concert Rezzar Band led by Hamed Baradaran
  4. ^ Tait, Robert (November 8, 2009). "Iran names and shames well-paid actors". The Guardian. London.
  5. ^ "sam o narges in IMDB".
  6. ^ "zameh in IMDB".
  7. ^ "zahre asal in IMDB".
  8. ^ "boutiqe in IMDB".
  9. ^ "Cheshmane siah in IMDB".
  10. ^ "Taleh in IMDB".
  11. ^ "Koma in IMDB".
  12. ^ "Gole-e Yakh in IMDB".
  13. ^ "Shame aroosi in IMDB".
  14. ^ "Atash bas in IMDB".
  15. ^ "Kalagh par in IMDB".
  16. ^ "Tofighe ejbari in IMDB".
  17. ^ "Majnoone leyli in IMDB".
  18. ^ "Democracy tou rouze roshan in IMDB".
  19. ^ "Shish o Besh in IMDB".
  20. ^ "Dar emtedad shahr in IMDB".
  21. ^ "To va man in IMDB".
  22. ^ "Banooee az mah in IMDB".
  23. ^ "I want to dance in IMDB".
  24. ^ "Atom heart mother in IMDB".
  25. ^ "Drough and lie in IMDB".
  26. ^ "salaam Mumbaie in IMDB".
  27. ^ "Ayeneh Baghal in IMDB".
  28. ^ "Official Website of Barande Bash".
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  32. ^ "The first Concert of Mohammad Reza Golzar in Tehran-Video". TVPLUS. March 10, 2017.
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  34. ^ "Reza Golzar Concert in Ramsar". Avayee Farda. March 23, 2017.
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  36. ^ "Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Kerman". Mehrnews. April 27, 2017.
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  39. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Esfahan". Parsnava. May 12, 2017.
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  42. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Tehran-photos". Musicema. August 30, 2017.
  43. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Tehran-Video". TVPLUS. August 30, 2017.
  44. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Sari". Nava. September 1, 2017.
  45. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Kish-photos". sobhekish. September 14, 2017.
  46. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Tehran-photos". Musicema. December 20, 2017.
  47. ^ "Earthquake's anxiety in Mohammadreza golzar 's concert". Musicema. December 20, 2017.
  48. ^ ""The earthquake could not conquer Mohammad Reza Golzar". NAYP. December 20, 2017.
  49. ^ "Mohammadreza Golzar Live in Tabriz". nasrnews. January 5, 2018.
  50. ^ "Mohammadreza Golzar Live in Tehran-Photos". Musicema. July 5, 2018.
  51. ^ "Mohammadreza Golzar Live in Tehran". avayemusic. July 5, 2018.
  52. ^ "Mohammadreza Golzar Live in Urmia-Photos". PANA. July 23, 2018.
  53. ^ "Mohammadreza Golzar Live in Abadan-Photos". Avayefarda. August 22, 2018.
  54. ^ "Mohammadreza Golzar Live in Abadan". Rokna. August 22, 2018.
  55. ^ "Mohammadreza Golzar Live in Hamedan-Photos". Isna. August 28, 2018.
  56. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Hamedan-photos". YJC. August 28, 2018.
  57. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Hamedan". Idealmusic. August 28, 2018.
  58. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Gorgan-News&Photos". Nava. September 2, 2018.
  59. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Tehran-Photos". Musicema. September 4, 2018.
  60. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Tehran-Photos". musicepars. September 4, 2018.
  61. ^ ""Mohammad Reza Golzar Live in Tehran-Video". TVPLUS. September 4, 2018.

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