About Elham Hamidi
November 29, 1977
|Place of Birth||:||Tehran, Iran|
|Also Known As||:||الهام حمیدی|
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Elham Hamidi is an actress of cinema and television who was born in 1977 in Tehran, Iran. She started her professional career with Manuchehr Mosiri in the "Donya" movie. She won Crystal Simorgh for Best Actress for "A Cradle for Mother" movie. She has also been featured in Akbar Khajoyi's "Mahya", "Vertigo" by Alireza Zarrinzade, and "Eternal Children" directed by Pouran Derakhshande. She has been nominated for the Best Second Role Actress from Fajr Film Festival in the movie "So Close, So Far" by Reza Mirkarimi. Some examples of her activities in television series are "Motherland" by Kamal Tabrizi and "Zire Tigh" by Mohammadreza Honarmand.