About Hedie Tehrani
June 25, 1972
|Place of Birth||:||Tehran, Iran|
|Also Known As||:||هديه تهرانی, Hediyeh Tehrani, Hadieh Tehrani, Hadiyeh Tehrani, Hedieh Tehrani, Hedie Tehrani, Hadie Tehrani, Hediyeh Tehrany|
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Hedie Tehrani is a Persian actress who was born in 1972 in Tehran, Iran. The turning point of her professional work was formed with the movie "Sultan" made by Massoud Kimiaei. Her first play was in "The Red" movie by Fereydoun Jeirani, and the second one was for Asghar Farhadi's "Fireworks Wednesday" movie which she won the Best First Role Actress Award for the Fajr Festival. Also, She was nominated for Crystal Simorgh for "Esrafil" made by Aida Panahandeh and "Seven Minutes to Fall" made by Alireza Amini, for Best First Role Actress. Among the best movies that she has been featured in, "The Red" by Fereydoun Jirani, "Fireworks Wednesday" by Asghar Farhadi, "Shokran" by Behrouz Afkhami and "Unruled Paper" by Nasser Taghvaei can be named.