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  • Mehran Modiri

    Mehran Modiri
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    Mehran Modiri
    Born     Mehran Modiri
    January, 1962
    Tehran, Iran

    Mehran Modiri (Persian: مهران مدیری , (born January 8, 1962) in Tehran, Iran) is a prolific Iranian actor, television director and musician. His artistic career began in his teenage years as he was acting in local plays. He then entered the world of radio and television in the early 1990s, actively writing scripts for and participating in various comedy skits during the annual Norooz comedy television shows broadcasted by the IRIB.

    He continued appearing in television comedies, however, he achieved real stardom with his creation of Pavarchin, in which he won numerous awards for directing and starring in the picture. He tasted success again when he directed and starred in Noghtechin, and Jayezeye Bozorg, which became major hits on television in Iran[citation needed].

    Afterwards, he followed Pavarchin's storyline with the making of Shabhaye Barareh which became his most popular television program yet; the show remained incomplete after it was criticized for offending rural people, which resulted in an abrupt end to the show after 92 episodes, without completely explaining the Barareh history.

    He has starred in two full length films, and had planned on entering the film industry once again after Shabhaye Barareh was completed. However, he instead started working on his next project, television series Baghe Mozaffar.

    Modiri is also an active participant in the music world having released a number of music albums and performed in a number of concerts, all of which were sold out[citation needed]. He is also a veteran of the Iran–Iraq War[citation needed]. He is married and has two children.
        1 Filmography
        2 Acting in Theater
        3 Discography
        4 Awards
        5 External links


    Mehran Modiri has acted in various TV series. Most of the popularity and fame he has garnered among the people of Iran emanates from his participation in these programs.

    TV Series

    Year     Name     Translation ( in English )     Director     Modiri's Part
    1992     Moshtha-ye Kuchak     The Little Fists     Soraya Ghasemi     Actor
    Hekayat-ha     Tales     Mojtaba Yassini     Actor
    Pand-ha va Andarz-ha     Advices     Mojtaba Yassini     Actor
    1993     Norooz-e 72     Norooz of 72     Dariush Kardan     Actor
    Bagh-e Gilas     Cherry Orchard     Majid Beheshti     Actor
    Parvaz-e 57     The Flight 57     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    1994     Saat-e Khosh     Happy Hour     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    1995     Sal-e Khosh     Happy Year     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    1997     Norooz-e 76     Norooz of 76 ( IRIB1 )     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    Norooz-e 76     Norooz of 76 ( IRIB2 )     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    1998     Jong-e 77     Show in 77     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    1999     Bebakhshid Shoma     Excuse me! You are?     Mehran Modiri     Host and Director
    Pelak-e 14     Number 14     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    2000     90 Shab     90 Nights     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    2001     Tanz-e 80     Satire 80     Mehran Modiri     Host & Director
    2002     Dardesar-e Valedein     Parents' Predicaments     Masoud Navvabi     Actor
    Pavarchin     Tiptoe     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    2004     Noghteh-chin     Dotted     Mehran Modiri     Actor &

    Director & Costume Designer
    2005     Jayezeh-ye Bozorg     The Grand Prize     Mehran Modiri     Actor & Director
    2005-2006     Shabha-ye Barareh     The Nights Of Barareh     Mehran Modiri     

    Director &Actor
    2007     Bagh-e Mozaffar     Mozaffar's Garden     Mehran Modiri     Director &
    2008     Mard-e Hezar Chehreh     The Man with A Thousand Faces     Mehran Modiri     Director &
    2009     Mard-e Do Hezar Chehreh     The Man with Two Thousand Faces     Mehran Modiri     Director &
    2010     Ghahve-ye Talkh     The Bitter Coffee     Mehran Modiri     Director &


    Year     Name     Translation in English     Director
    1994     Didar     Visit     Mohammad Reza Honarmand
    2002     Tokyo Bedoon-e Tavaqqof     Tokyo Non-Stop     Saeed Alamzadeh
    2007     Ganj-e Mozaffar (A 10 episode CD release)     Mozaffar's Treasure     Mehran Modiri
    2008     Dayere Zangi     The Tambourine (Satellite Dish)     Parisa Bakhtavar
    2008     Hamishe Paye Yek Zan Dar Miyan Ast     There Is Always a Woman In Between     Kamal Tabrizi

    Acting in Theater

    Before acting in TV series and films, Mehran Modiri had performed in the theater.
    Year     Name of Play     Director
    1974     Khargoosh     Hamid Alami
    1977     Shookhi     Sadra Rasouli
    1979     Telegraph     Mehdi Sharifi
    1983     Palang-e Nadan     Behrooz Salimi
    1985     Yek Tanz va Yek Gham-ava     Behrooz Salimi
    1988     Arsenal     Mohsen Haji Youssefi
    1989     Pansion     Mohsen Haji Youssefi
    1990     Simorgh     Ghotboddin Sadeqi
    1991     Hamlet     Ghotboddin Sadeqi
    1992     Kisseh Box     



        1999 : Deltangi-ha - Declamation of Hatef Alimardani 's Poems.
        2000 : Az Roo-ye Sadegi - Composed By : Babak Bayat and Fardin Khalatbari
        2003 : Ahang-e Film-e Hamnafas - Composed By: Fardin Khalatbari
        2004 : Ahang-e film-e Shabhaye barareh
        2005 : Ahang-e film-e Baghe mozaffar

    Title     For Film/TV/Drama     Status of Winning     Year
    Best Actor     Khargoosh (drama)     Won
    (Golden Parrot)     1974
    Jong-e 77     Won     1998
    Bebakhshid Shoma?     Won     1999
    Pavarchin     Won     2002
    Pavarchin     Won     2003
    Best Director     Saat-e Khosh     Nominated     1996
    Jong-e 77     Won     1998
    Bebakhshid Shoma?     Won     1999
    Pavarchin     Won     2002
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