Javan, Rambod (born December 22, 1971, Tehran)
Rambod Javan began stage acting in 1991.
Three years later, he came into the spotlight with a short role in 'The Spouses' (1995) and found fame after appearing in the series 'Green House' (1995).
He is more known as a comedic actor.
In 2002, he directed his first series, 'Lost', which was broadcast during the fasting month of Ramadan and was well-received by both viewers and critics.
Rambod made his film-directing debut with 'Spaghetti in 8 minutes' (2005) and received a Fajr International Film Festival Crystal Simorgh for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for 'Sinners' (2012).
The diverse roles he took on in 'Mummy 3' (1999) and 'A Place of Love' (2000) established him as a versatile actor.
Many critics, however, believe 'Pink' (2003) was the apex of his acting career. He was nominated for a Fajr International Film Festival Crystal Simorgh for Best Actor for 'Pink'.
Rambod has appeared in many other series and movies, including 'Born Again' (1997), 'Help Me' (1997), 'The Magic Coat' (1998), 'Max' (2004), 'Souvenir from Abroad' (2006), 'The Music Box' (2007), 'Adam's Son, Eve's Daughter' (2009), 'No Men Allowed' (2009), 'The Lab' (2011), and 'Conditional Release' (2013).