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Khosro Shakibaee

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Shakibaee, Khosro (born March 27, 1944, Tehran - died July 18, 2008, Tehran)

Shakibaee studied Acting in the College of Fine Arts of the University of Tehran and began his artistic career in 1963 with theater.

In 1968, he started voice acting and in 1981 he debuted his cinematic career with Masoud Kimiyaee’s ‘The Red Line’.

He received positive reviews for his performance in the series ‘Modarres’ (1987) in which he portrayed Seyyed Hossein Modarres.

His performance in ‘Hamoun’ in 1989 turned him into an acclaimed actor and won him the Crystal Simorgh for the Best Leading Actor from the Fajr International Film Festival.

Shakibaee performed in numerous movies, including ‘Dadshah’ (1983), ‘Thunderbolt’ (1984), ‘Relationship’ (1986), ‘Wage’ (1988), ‘Passing through Dust’ (1989), ‘The Devil’ (1990), ‘The Lady’ (1991), ‘Sara’ (1992), ‘Bluff’ (1993), ‘Pari’ (1994), ‘Strange Sisters’ (1995), ‘Land of the Sun’ (1996), ‘Psycho’ (1997),  ‘The Lost Cousin’ (1999), ‘A Girl Named Tondar’ (2000), ‘Crank Call’ (2001), ‘Breakfast for Two’ (2003),  ‘Season Salad’ (2004; which he also wrote), ‘Pink Wedding’ (2004), ‘Verdict’ (2004), ‘Who Killed Amir’ (2005), ‘The Proposal for 50 Million’ (2005), ‘Empty Hands’ (2006), ‘The Night Bus’ (2006), ‘Dinosaur’ (2007), ‘Heartbroken’ (2008) and ‘Eastern’ (1988).

Among the series in which he acted are ‘Tehran 53’ (1988), ‘Once Upon a Time’ (1989), ‘The Epic of Sacrifice’ (1993), ‘Smell of Wild Flowers’ (1995), ‘The Green House’ (1996),  ‘The Green Land’ (1997), ‘Cactus’ (1998), ‘Loaded Gun’ (1999-2000) and ‘Beside Each Other’ (2002).

In addition to movies and series, Shakibaee performed in many plays. 

Because of his great voice, he recorded his recitation of poems from a number of Persian poets, like Forough Farrokhzad, Sohrab Sepehri, Seyyed Ali Salehi and Mohammad Reza Abdolmalekiyan.

For his outstanding performances, he received many awards including Best Leading Actor Crystal Simorgh for ‘Kimiya’ (1994), Best Supporting Actor Crystal Simorgh for ‘Season Salad’ (2004) and Best Leading Actor Crystal Simorghs for ‘Once and for All’ (1992), ‘As Close as Your Shadow’ (1995) and ‘Unruled Paper’ (2001) from the Fajr International Film Festival.

He was awarded as one of the best actors during the 30 years after the glorious victory of the Islamic Revolution at Iran’s second Cinema Critics Festival.

Shakibaee passed away on July 18, 2008.
 

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Khosro Shakibaee

Shakibaee, Khosro (born March 27, 1944, Tehran - died July 18, 2008, Tehran)

Shakibaee studied Acting in the College of Fine Arts of the University of Tehran and began his artistic career in 1963 with theater.

In 1968, he started voice acting and in 1981 he debuted his cinematic career with Masoud Kimiyaee’s ‘The Red Line’.

He received positive reviews for his performance in the series ‘Modarres’ (1987) in which he portrayed Seyyed Hossein Modarres.

His performance in ‘Hamoun’ in 1989 turned him into an acclaimed actor and won him the Crystal Simorgh for the Best Leading Actor from the Fajr International Film Festival.

Shakibaee performed in numerous movies, including ‘Dadshah’ (1983), ‘Thunderbolt’ (1984), ‘Relationship’ (1986), ‘Wage’ (1988), ‘Passing through Dust’ (1989), ‘The Devil’ (1990), ‘The Lady’ (1991), ‘Sara’ (1992), ‘Bluff’ (1993), ‘Pari’ (1994), ‘Strange Sisters’ (1995), ‘Land of the Sun’ (1996), ‘Psycho’ (1997),  ‘The Lost Cousin’ (1999), ‘A Girl Named Tondar’ (2000), ‘Crank Call’ (2001), ‘Breakfast for Two’ (2003),  ‘Season Salad’ (2004; which he also wrote), ‘Pink Wedding’ (2004), ‘Verdict’ (2004), ‘Who Killed Amir’ (2005), ‘The Proposal for 50 Million’ (2005), ‘Empty Hands’ (2006), ‘The Night Bus’ (2006), ‘Dinosaur’ (2007), ‘Heartbroken’ (2008) and ‘Eastern’ (1988).

Among the series in which he acted are ‘Tehran 53’ (1988), ‘Once Upon a Time’ (1989), ‘The Epic of Sacrifice’ (1993), ‘Smell of Wild Flowers’ (1995), ‘The Green House’ (1996),  ‘The Green Land’ (1997), ‘Cactus’ (1998), ‘Loaded Gun’ (1999-2000) and ‘Beside Each Other’ (2002).

In addition to movies and series, Shakibaee performed in many plays. 

Because of his great voice, he recorded his recitation of poems from a number of Persian poets, like Forough Farrokhzad, Sohrab Sepehri, Seyyed Ali Salehi and Mohammad Reza Abdolmalekiyan.

For his outstanding performances, he received many awards including Best Leading Actor Crystal Simorgh for ‘Kimiya’ (1994), Best Supporting Actor Crystal Simorgh for ‘Season Salad’ (2004) and Best Leading Actor Crystal Simorghs for ‘Once and for All’ (1992), ‘As Close as Your Shadow’ (1995) and ‘Unruled Paper’ (2001) from the Fajr International Film Festival.

He was awarded as one of the best actors during the 30 years after the glorious victory of the Islamic Revolution at Iran’s second Cinema Critics Festival.

Shakibaee passed away on July 18, 2008.
 

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