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Jamshid Hashempur

Jamshid Hashempur

  • Birth Date:
    23 March 1944
  • Birth Place:
    Tehran - Iran
  • Age:
    75 years
  • Occupations:
    actor

Biography

Jamshid Hashempour, whose name is Henry Jamshid Aria (born April 23, 1944 in Tehran), is an Iranian actor.


Jamshid Hashempour was born in Tehran in 1323 and continued his education until his math diploma. He began his first feature film by introducing one of his friends to Samuel Khachikian, an Iranian director of the Armenian cartoons, in 1347 with a short play in the White Hell. Then in the controversial films of money made by Parviz Khatibi and Iullah directed by Manouchehr Nozari, the most beautiful woman of the world (along with Manouchehr Vosough), the director (Amir Sharvan), the lovers (director Jamshid Sheibani). His most recent film before the revolution was the most beautiful woman in the world, directed by Dhadullah Ehsani and acting as Manouchehr Vosough, Jamila. After that, he left the cinema for a while, and returned to the cinema by the invitation of Massoud Kimayee to play in the film Red Line in 1982. He was the star of Iranian cinema in the seventies. He also worked as a young man in martial arts such as Wushu.

After the revolution
His play was "Zinal Bandery" in Iraj Ghaderi's trash film, which featured Jamshid Hashempour (Aria) head-dressed among the people; as long as the hero's brigade led to many cinemas for many years. His next films include the command, the detention center, the disadvantage, the top, the hellish base, the eagles, the cheetah, the razor and the silk, the love and death, the final curtain, the evil call, the prosecutor, the guardian, the mother, the bait, the horse, the helpers, the last blood Sting, Flight from the camp, Last harbor, Hurricane, Offender, Ranger, Wounded, Punishment, Hostage, Scorpio, Singing Swan, Guardian Guidance, Traveler Ray and several other films to this day. Jamshid Hashempour is one of the few successful actresses in Iran's cinema. He did not have a theatrical activity, and according to himself, in one of his interviews, he started the cinema from the cinema, and his only theatrical activity was scenes from the movie Devil's Call of Duty Where he performed theatrical scenes with the guidance of Majid Mozafari. He has proved his ability to play in different roles. In the sixties and early seventies, he has also played in other films in action films and other events: the great day (Kianoush Ayari, 1367) - the mother (Ali Hatami, 1368) - the final curtain (Varou Karim Sisi, 1369) - Love and Death (Mohammad Reza Anni, 1369) and Delastegan (Ali Hatami, 1370).

After receiving the honorary diploma from the 17th Festival of Fajr Film Festival (1377), Hashempour was selected to play in the film Hiva (Rasoul Molagolipour) and tried to play in good and different films. His excellent play in the films of the Song of the Swans (Saeed Asadi, 2000), Travel to Tomorrow (Mohammad Hussein Haghighi, 2001), The Poisonous Mushroom (Rasul Mollajulipour, 2001), Fifth Response (Tahmineh Milani, 2002) illustrates the strict approach of Hashempour. During these years, he has shown an admirable play in Rey's travel video (Davood Mir Bagheri, 2000).

In 2003, Jamshid Hashempour had two films on the screen of Tehran's cinema: Fifth Response and Trip to Tomorrow. His good play in the movie "Travel to Tomorrow", which brought him the nomination for the 20th Fajr Film Festival due to inappropriate screenplay and the type of film that should not be seen. His short role in the movie Keira was very impressive and impressive, in the form of a promotional teaser on the screenplay of the actor. Hashempour, in 2007, played a very important part in the film, and went on to win the title of Crystal Simorgh from Fajr Festival.

Attend the Fajr Film Festival
Jamshid Hashempour has been at the Fajr Film Festival 36 for 10 years.

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