Poopak Goldarreh

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Poopak Goldarreh
Poopak Goldareh Wiki Profile.jpg
Born 30 July 1971
Tehran, Iran
Died 16 April 2006(2006-04-16) (aged 34)
Tehran, Iran
Burial place Artist's block of Behesht-e Zahra
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–2005
Spouse(s) Amir Ghaffarmanesh (divorced)

Poopak Goldarreh (Persian: پوپک گلدره‎; 30 July 1971 – 16 April 2006) was an Iranian actress mostly famous in Iran because of her appearance in TV series such as Saat-e khosh and Nargess. She played some roles in a few movies as well. Goldarreh was involved in a car accident on her way to Noor region in the north of Iran which left her in coma for 8 months. She died on April 16, 2006 at 35 years of age, and was buried in the artists' block of Behesht-e Zahra.

Art Life[edit]

She started by acting in the show "Bridge", carrying on with Saat-e khosh which proved her talents in acting. She received the award for the best main actress for the film "The Dead Wave" directed by Ebrahim Hatami Kia. Her role in the movie "The Dead Wave" attracted a lot attention and praise from critics and established her as one the great actresses in cinema. She owed most of her fame to the TV show "The Happy World of Shirin". Starting with the show "Happy Hour", she went on to receive honorary award from Fajr Film Festival. Some of her greatest works are the TV series "Red Flower" and "Nargess".

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External links[edit]

  • Photograph of Poopak Goldarreh: [1]
  • Photograph of the grave of Poopak Goldarreh: [2]