Saeed Rad

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Saeed Rad (Said Rād)
Saeed Rad.jpg
Rad in 2014
Born (1944-03-01) March 1, 1944 (age 73)
Tehran, Iran
Occupation Actor
Years active 1968–1985
2003–present
Spouse(s) Nooshafarin (1975–1983)
Website Saeed Rad at imdb.com

Saeed Raad (born 1 March 1944) (Persian: سعید راد‎‎; also Romanized as Said Rād and Sa'id Rād) is an Iranian actor and playwright. He started his career in 1967. Rad left Iran in 1986 and lived in Canada but returned in 2000 to continue his career.

After a minor role in Conquerors of the Desert (1969, M. Zarrindast) he was invited by Amir Naderi for the leading role of his debut, Adieu Friend (1971).

Because of his solemn, stern gaze and to some extent a rough complexion, Rad has played the role of rebel individuals in the margin of society. He is one of the main figures in New Wave of Iranian cinema which rose in the early 1970s and faded in the middle of the decade.

His plays[edit]

  • Deadlock, 1973
  • Made in Iran
  • Journey of the Stone, 1977
  • The Border, 1981
  • The Red Line
  • Farmaan, 1982
  • Daadshah
  • Crossing the Mine Field, 1983
  • Eagles, 1984
  • Duel, 2002
  • The Imperilled, 1982

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