Susan Taslimi

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سوسن تسلیمی
Susan Taslimi
Born (1950-02-07) February 7, 1950 (age 67)
Rasht, Iran
Occupation Actress, Film director, Theatre director, Screenwriter

Susan Taslimi (also spelt Soosan Taslimi, Persian: سوسن تسلیمی ‎‎, born February 7, 1950) is an Iranian actress, film director, theatre director, and screenwriter. She emigrated from Iran in 1989, now living and working in Sweden.[1]

Biography[edit]

She graduated in theater and acting from the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Tehran.[2] She started film acting with Bahram Bayzai's Ballad of Tara in 1979.

Filmography (as an actress)[edit]

  • Tcherike-ye Tara (a.k.a. Ballad of Tara, 1979, Iran)
  • Marg-e Yazdgerd (a.k.a. Death of Yazdgerd, 1982, Iran)
  • Sarbedaran (TV series, 1984, Iran)
  • Madian (a.k.a. The Mare, 1985, Iran)
  • Telesm (a.k.a. The spell, 1986, Iran)
  • Bashu, Gharibe-ye Koochak (a.k.a. Bashu, the Little Stranger, 1986, released in 1989, Iran)
  • Shayad Vaghti Deegar (a.k.a. Perhaps Some Other Time, 1988, Iran)
  • Gränsen (a.k.a. Never, 1995, Sweden)
  • En dag i taget (TV series, 1999, Sweden)
  • Orka! Orka! (TV series, 2004, Sweden)

Filmography (as a director)[edit]

  • Hus i helvete (feature film, a.k.a. All Hell Let Loose, 2002)
  • Orka! Orka!. (TV series, episodes 16-18, 2004)
  • Det epileptiska riktmärket. (play by Martina Montelius, premier March 2004 at Teater Galeasen, Stockholm)
  • Älskar, älskar och älskar. (TV drama based on play by Martina Montelius, 2004, Swedish Television)
  • Häktet (TV series, 2005)

Personal life[edit]

  • Her father, Khosro Taslimi, is a film producer.
  • Her mother, Monireh Taslimi, is an actress and film editor.
  • Her brother, Cyrous Taslimi, is an actor and film producer.
  • Her ex-husband, Dariush Farhang, is a film director.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Susan Taslimi - Biography". IMDB. Retrieved 2007-03-28. 
  2. ^ سوسن تسلیمی (in Persian). IranAct.com. Retrieved 2007-03-28. 

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