Popular Iranian actors Aliram Nouraee and Kamand Amir-Soleymani have joined the cast of Ahmad Moazzami’s latest series ‘Network’.
Produced by Abolfazl Safari, the shooting of the series is underway in Tehran and is due to be broadcast from IRIB Channel 5.
Mahmoud Pakinyyat, Negin Motazedi and Danial Hakimi are the other cast members of the series.
The first season of the series has 15 episodes and focuses on social harms.
Born in 1997, Aliram Nouraee is a computer science graduate. He began his artistic career in 1997.
Nouraee has appeared in several TV series, including ‘Last Song of the Phoenix’ (2002), ‘Dirty Money’ (2003), ‘Jaber Bin Hayyan’ (2006), ‘Infiltration’ (2013) and ‘Matador’ (2013).
He has also taken part in various movies such as ‘The Golden Collars’ (2011), ‘The Eighth Day of The Week’ (2011), ‘Reparation’ (2011) and ‘Iran Orphanage’ (2014).
Born in 1973, Kamand Amir Soleymani was born in an artistic family. She has a degree in Stage Acting and Directing from the Islamic Azad University.
She was seven when she appeared in the play 'Squirrels' and made her television debut in 1981. In 1986, she appeared in the movie 'Toranj'.
She achieved fame by starring in the series 'The Patriarch' (1995).
In 1999, Amir-Soleymani was acknowledged by the Fajr International Film Festival for her role in 'Red' (1998).