Deldar-Golchin, Nadia (born May 8, 1960, Tehran - died August 16, 2012, Tehran)
The Iranian actress Nadia Deldar-Golchin received a degree in Music.
She began her acting career in 1990 by appearing in Ahmad Reza Darvish's 'Devil'.
Deldar-Golchin appeared in series such as 'Friendship Tree' (1987), 'Aunt Sara' (1992), 'Seasoned Rider' (1997), 'All My Children' (1997), 'The Doctors' (1998), 'After the Rain' (2000), 'Three by Four' (2008), and 'The Pahlavi Hat' (2012-2013).
she also acted in movies such as 'All My Daughters' (1993), 'Blue Scarf' (1994), 'Invisible Man' (1995), 'Mahtab's Wedding' (1996), 'A Mother's Love' (1997), 'Like a Stranger' (1997), 'Help Me' (1998), 'Sheida' (1998), 'The Girl in the Sneakers' (1998), 'Grey' (2000), 'Crank Call' (2001), 'Breakfast for Two' (2003), and 'Three Degree Fever' (2010).
At the age of 52, she suffered from kidney failure and following a heart attack passed away in a hospital in Tehran.