Amir-Jalali, Maryam (born 1947, Malayer)
Maryam Amir-Jalali, a cinema and television actress, is best known for her roles in comedy series.
Beginning her career in 1994, she appeared in a number of dramas since then.
Amir-Jalali has played roles in movies, such as 'Tehran Nights' (2000), 'Sweet Jam' (2001), 'Daybreak' (2005), 'Hello Mother-in-Law' (2006), 'Red Light' (2009), 'The Extremists' (2009), 'Looking For Happiness' (2009) and 'How I Became a Billionaire' (2010).
Her best-known series include 'Under the Indigo Dome' (1995), 'Hotel' (1998-1999), 'The Story of a City 2' (2000), 'The Entrance Exam' (2002), 'The New Bride' (2002), 'Homeless' (2004), 'The Way of Infatuation' (2004), 'The Suspect Got Away' (2005), 'Sweet and Sour' (2006), 'Checkered' (2007), 'Four Wheels' (2011), 'Family Conspiracy' (2011), 'A Girl Named Ahoo' (2011), 'Restless' (2013) and 'Bad Days Pass' (2013).