Tehrani, Hediyeh (born June 25, 1972, Tehran)
Popular Iranian actress Hediyeh Tehrani has dropped several acting offers before accepting a part in Masoud Kimiyaee’s 'Soltan' in 1996.
She won a Best Actress Crystal Simorgh from the 17th Fajr International Film Festival for her appearance in 'Red' (1997).
Tehrani is most noted for her willingness to play roles of mysterious, stony-faced and cold-hearted women, particularly in movies such as 'Like a Stranger' (1997), 'An Umbrella for Two' (2000), 'Unruled Paper' (2001), and 'Fireworks Wednesday' (2005).
She has acted in a number of movies, including 'Hemlock' (1998), 'Siavash' (1998), 'Corrupted Hands' (1998), 'The Party' (1999), 'The Times' (2001), 'A House on the Water' (2001), 'Abadan' (2002), 'Donya' (2002), 'Iranian Girl' (2002), 'A Place to Live' (2003), 'The Duel' (2003), 'A Little Kiss' (2004), 'The Magical Generation' (2006), 'Morning’s Child' (2008), 'Tehran 1500' (2008), 'Wooden Bridge' (2011), and 'Another Day' (2011).
She has also appeared in the series 'Heart of Ice' (2011).