Moqanlou, Nasrin (born June 22, 1968, Tehran)
Nasrin Moqanlou has a Diploma in Computerized Financial Accounting.
At the age of 22, she acted in a play and then joined the Farabi Foundation.
In 1991, she entered cinema with Rasoul Sadr-Ameli's 'The Victim'.
In Mehdi Fakhimzadeh’s 'Spouse' (1993), she appeared in a role of the first Iranian woman police officer.
Her acting in 'Mom’s Guest' (2003) earned her a reputation as a capable actress.
She has acted in movies, such as 'All My Daughters' (1993), 'Girl in a Cage' (2002), 'Superstar' (2008), 'The Snitch' (2008), 'The Sinners' (2012), 'The Days of Love and Betrayal' (2013), and 'P-22' (2014).
She has also appeared in series, including 'Passenger from India' (2002), 'Mokhtarnameh' (2004-2009), 'Third Sense' (2005), 'The Meeting' (2008), 'Heart of Ice' (2010), and 'Leila's Loneliness' (2015).