Leila Hatami

 

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Leila Hatami är en skådespelare och filmarbetare. Hon föddes i Tehran, Iran den 1 oktober 1972. Hon är känd för bland annat Nader och Simin - en separation (2011), Dar Donya ye To Saat Chand Ast (2014), Peleh akhar (2012), بی پولی (2010) och Chiz-haie Hast Ke Nemidani (2010).

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Leila Hatami

Född 1972-10-01 (48 år sedan) i Tehran, Iran.

Utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Prisad för
Silver Bear for Best Actress (A Separation) 2011 Berlin International Film Festival 2011 Nader och Simin - en separation
Silver Bear for Best Actress (A Separation) 2011 Nader och Simin - en separation
Nominerad för utmärkelser
Utmärkelse Gala År Nominerad för
Asian Films People's Choice Award for Favorite Actress (A Separation) 6th Asian Film Awards 2011 Nader och Simin - en separation
Asian Film Award for Best Actress (A Separation) 6th Asian Film Awards 2011 Nader och Simin - en separation
Förhållanden
Namn Från Till Typ av förhållade
Ali Mosaffa(Gifta: 1999-10-01–) 1999-10-01 Gifta
Barn

Mani Mosaffa, Asal Mosaffa

Föräldrar

Ali Hatami, Zahra Khoshkam

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Award-winning actress, Leila Hatami, was born on October 1, 1972 in Tehran, Iran, to legendary Iranian Director, Ali Hatami, and actress mother, Zari Khoshkam (Zahra Hatami). During her childhood, she appeared in several of her father's films including the historical TV series, Hezar dastan (1978), and biopic Kamalolmolk (1984), as well as a role as Leila, the blind Turkish princess in the film The Love-stricken (1992). After completing high school, she moved to Lausanne, Switzerland and started her studies in Electronic Engineering. However, after two years she changed her major to French Literature. She completed her studies in a couple of years and moved back to Iran. After a pause in her film career of a few years which included her studies in Switzerland, she made her professional entry into cinema with Dariush Mehrjui 's film Leila (1997) as the title character. Her performance in the film received rave reviews from critics and audiences worldwide. She also received the Diploma of Honor for Best Actress from the 15th Fajr Film Festival. Later, she married her co-star Ali Mosaffa in 1999. They now have two children: a son named Mani (born February 2007) and a daughter named Asal (born October 2008). To date, Hatami has worked with some of the most celebrated Iranian directors. Moreover, her performance in The Deserted Station (2002) won the Best Actress award from the 26th Montreal World Film Festival. She also appeared in her husband's directorial debut film, Portrait of a Lady Far Away (2005). In 2011, she won the prestigious Silver Berlin Bear award at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival for the Best Actress in a Leading Role in Asghar Farhadi 's internationally acclaimed film, A Separation (2011). After finishing high school, she moved to Lausanne, Switzerland and started her studies in Electrical Engineering Dee Lausanne (EPFL). After two years she changed her major to French Literature. She completed her study of French in a couple of years, before moving back to Iran. After a pause of a few years which included the continuation of her studies in Switzerland she made her professional entry into cinema with Dariush Mehrjui's film Leila. Her acting in this film received rave reviews from critics and audiences. She married her co-star in Leila (Ali Mosaffa) in 1999. They have two children: a boy named Mani (born February 2007) and a girl named Asal (born October 2008).

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