Pejman Bazeghi

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Pejman Bazeghi
Pejman Bazeghi 1.jpg
Bazeghi at the 32th Fajr Film Festival
Born (1974-08-10) August 10, 1974 (age 43)
Tehran, Iran
Occupation Actor
Years active 1994–present
Spouse(s) Mastaneh Mohajer (m. 2007)
Children 1

Pejman Bazeghi (Persian: پژمان بازغی‎ , born August 10, 1974 in Tehran) is an Iranian actor.


Bazeghi was born on August 10, 1974 in Tehran, Iran. He is the second child of a family of five, with an origin from the Northern part of Iran, Lahijan. During his childhood, due to his father’s job, he moved and lived in different cities which gave him a lot of experience for his future. After the Islamic revolution, when he was only four years old, his family moved to Rasht. During Iran’s war with Iraq because his father became one of the guardians to defend southern sea borders of Iran, his family moved to Boushehr. After the war and his family’s return to Tehran, Pejman got accepted in the Islamic Azad University, Lahijan Branch and moved there to continue his education in the field of Mining engineering. It was there he got interested in cinema and acting.

In 1994, he entered the central youth cinema of Gilan and acted in his first film called Eteraf, directed by Majid fahimkhah. After that, he acted in his first television series, Azhanse Doosti, for about two years, where he got the chance of working alongside Hossein Panahi. He became a more prominent actor in 2004 after starring in the film Duel, which won six awards at the 22nd Fajr International Film Festival.[1]



  • The Confession (1994–1996)
  • The Young (1997)
  • Puberty (1998)
  • The Girl In The Cage (2001)
  • The Friday’s Soldiers (2003)
  • Tara and Strawberry Fever (2003)
  • Duel (2004)
  • Cafe Setare (2006)
  • Death Is My Profession (2011)
  • Nadarha (2011)
  • Nahid (2015)[2]
  • Old Flame (2017)[3]

TV Series:

  • Paytakht directed by Siroos Moghaddam in 2012
  • Friendly Agency directed by Ahmad Ramezanzadeh
  • This is Not a Court directed by Asghar Tavasoli
  • The Elite Group directed by Mehrdad Khoshbakht
  • Under The City’s Sky directed by Mehran Ghafourian
  • The Lost directed by Rambod Javan
  • The Sea People directed by Syrouse Moghadam
  • The Passing of Love directed by Mohamadreza Ahan
  • The Edge of Darkness
  • Mard-e Hezar-Chehreh directed by Mehran Modiri in 2008
  • Marde Do Hezar Chehreh directed by Mehran Modiri in 2009

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