Hamid Lolayi

Hamid Lolayi

Hamid Lolayi | حمید لولایی

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Hamid Lolayi, born on December 24, 1955, in Kiashahr, is a prominent Iranian actor renowned for his diverse roles in television series. While his first television appearance was in the series "Faramushkhaneh," Lolayi is most famously known for his roles in "Under the City's Sky" as "Khoshayar Mostofi," "Khaneye Be Doosh" as "Mashallah," "Passengers" as "Farrokh Afrookhteh," and "Charkhooneh" as "Mansour Jamali."

Career Highlights Lolayi began his career in 1979 when Reza Ghasemi recommended him to play in the theater production "Sabzeh, Doost-e Bacheha" directed by Reza Zhian, where he portrayed the roles of an "Elephant" and a "Woodpecker." The following year, he appeared in "Bacheha va Khoomeye Sokhangoo" directed by Siavash Tahmoures and soon after performed in "An Shast Nafar, An Shast Hezar" directed by Bahram Ebrahimi. His significant breakthrough came in 2005 when he won the Crystal Simorgh for Best Supporting Actor at the Fajr Film Festival for his role in "How Much Do You Cry?"

Hamid Lolayi's extensive and varied career, spanning theater, television, and film, showcases his versatility and talent, making him a beloved figure in Iranian entertainment.

Details :
  • Name : Hamid Lolayi
  • Birthday : Dec. 25, 1955
  • Born in : Kiashahr, Iran
  • Tmdb ID : 1691857
  • Also know as : ['حمید لولایی', 'Hamid Lolaei', 'Hamid Lolaee', 'Hamid Lolayi']
  • Persian Name : حمید لولایی

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