About Parviz Pourhosseini
September 11, 1941 - November 27, 2020
|Place of Birth||:||Tehran, Iran|
|Also Known As||:||Parviz Poor Hosseini, Parviz Poor Hoseini, Parviz Poorhosseini, Parviz Poorhoseini, پرویز پورحسینی, Parviz Pour Hosseini, Parviz Pour Hoseini|
Parviz Pourhosseini (Persian: پرویز پورحسینی , 11 September 1941 – 27 November 2020) was an Iranian film, theater and television actor. He died of COVID-19 at age 79, in Firoozgar Hospital in Tehran. He was best known for his roles in Bashu, the Little Stranger (1989), The Fifth Season (1997) and Saint Mary (1997). Other well-known films he had performed in include The Man Who Became a Mouse (1985), The Night it Happened (1988), Angel Day (1993), and Leila's Sleep (2007). He graduated with a bachelor's degree in performance arts from Tehran University's Faculty of Fine arts. In 1961, with director Hamid Samandarian, he and other artists formed an acting troupe named Pasargad. Since then, Poorhosseini had appeared in more than 35 movies, over 70 TV shows and 60 theater performances.