About Babak Hamidian
August 30, 1980
|Place of Birth||:||Tehran, Iran|
|Also Known As||:||بابک حمیدیان, Babak Hamidian, Babak Hamidiyan|
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Babak Hamidian (بابک حمیدیان) was born in Tehran. He has a degree in Performance Arts from Islamic Azad University. His first acting experience was in a play. After meeting Atila Pesiani, he joined the Play Theater Troupe. He made his film debut with Qadamgah in 2003. In 2004, Babak Hamidian was nominated for an Iran Cinema Celebration Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Big Drum Under Left Foot. He received an Iran Cinema Celebration Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for 'The Loose Rope'. He has also appeared in films such as 'Big Drum Under Left Foot', 'God is Close, 'With Others', 'Hatred', 'Hush Girls Don't Cry', 'Tales', 'Death of the Fish', 'Hussein Who Said No', A Respectable Family', 'Resident of Middle Floor', 'Che', 'Paat', 'I am Diego Maradona', 'Confessions of my Dangerous Mind', 'Bodyguard' and 'Gap'. On stage, he is also known for Macbeth, Requiem for Libricide, and We Came You Weren't There We Left.