He has sent a message of peace and empathy to the people on his birthday.
Also his awards and mementos were granted to the Museum of Cinema.
Born in 1930, Keshavarz has graduated from the Tehran University Faculty of Dramatic Arts.
He began his acting career with the play 'Violinmaker' in 1960 and professional acting with plays such as 'Uncle Vanya', 'Antigone', and 'Oedipus the King'.
In 1968, he took to the small screen and played in series including, 'Hezar Dastan' (1979-1987), 'Heads on Gallows' (1984), 'Sultan and the Shepherd' (1981-1984), 'The Wolves' (1986-1987), 'The Patriarch' (1993-1994), 'The Young Lawyers' (1995-1996), 'Seasoned Rider' (1997), 'Youth' (2001), 'Lighter Than Darkness' (1999-2002), 'A House in the Dark' (2002), 'The Unfamiliar Scent of Autumn' (2004), 'The Way of Infatuation' (2004), and 'Night Path' (2006).
His cinematic debut was in 'The Night of the Hunchback' (1964). Keshavarz has appeared in over 57 films so far.
Keshavarz has also appeared in movies such as 'Mr. Simpleton' (1970), 'The Last Supper' (1976), 'Kamal-ol-Molk' (1983), 'The Man Who Became a Mouse' (1985), 'Mirza Nowruz's Shoes' (1985), 'Jafar Khan Returns from Abroad' (1987), 'Nassereddin Shah Film Actor' (1991), 'The Devoted' (1991), 'The Fateful Day' (1994), 'Ghazal' (1995), 'The Legion' (1998), and 'Waiting' (2000).
He was nominated for a Fajr Film Festival Crystal Simorgh for Best Male Actor for his role in 'Mother' (1989).
‘Caravans’, set in 1948, is about a young diplomat who is ordered to find the missing daughter of an influential US Senator in Asia.