Sahar Dolatshahi

Sahar Dolatshahi

Sahar Dolatshahi | سحر دولتشاهی

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Sahar Dolatshahi (born October 8, 1979) is an Iranian actress. She studied dramatic literature and French language translation. Her debut in cinema and theater was in the film "Thursday's Ascension" (2001) and the play "Half-Asleep at Noon" (2001).

Dolatshahi twice won the Crystal Simorgh for Best Supporting Actress at the Fajr Film Festival for her roles in "Frozen Soil" (2014) and "Four-way Intersection and Cold Sweat" (2017). She was nominated for Best Drama Actress at the Hafez Awards for her performance in the TV series "Frog" (2020-2021).

Early Life: Sahar Dolatshahi was born on October 8, 1979, in Tehran. From a young age, she was involved in coaching and lifeguarding, often accompanying her mother to competitions. Initially studying chemical engineering, she later switched to dramatic literature and earned a bachelor's degree in French language translation from Azad University.

Family: Her mother is the vice president of the Swimming Federation and the academic board of the Teachers' University, while her father is a mechanical engineer. Sahar has a sister named Naseem and a brother named Roozbeh. The Dolatshahi family traces its lineage to the Qajar dynasty.

Career: Sahar Dolatshahi began her acting career five years before her debut in cinema, engaging in experimental theater. Her first acting opportunity came from Marzieh Boroumand, inviting her to participate in the "Hoopoe Bookstore" series. She collaborated with directors such as Hamid Emjad, Attila Pesyani, and Amir Reza Koohestani in theater and played a role in the play "Drought of Lies." She was nominated for Best Theater Actress for her performances in the plays "Between Us" and "Train."

Dolatshahi has been a presenter on the television programs "Radio7" and "Darva's Book." She also served as the narrator and text reader in the documentary film "Notes from the Busy City." In addition to her acting career, she has appeared in the documentary film "Notes from the Busy City," presenting reports.

Cinema: In the early years of her cinematic career, Sahar Dolatshahi collaborated with prominent Iranian directors, including Kiarostami, Beizai, Farhadi, Farahani, and Kimiai. Her portrayal of Niloufar in the film "The Color Purple" received attention from non-Iranian critics and is considered one of her best performances. She attended the 69th Cannes Film Festival with this film. Another significant role was playing Asele in the film "Frozen Soil," for which she won her first Crystal Simorgh. Her role as Mehraneh Nouri in "Cold Sweat" and Farangis, a pregnant woman with Gilaki accent, in "Four-way Intersection" are among her notable performances. A lullaby scene from "Cold Sweat" was removed from the final version of the film.

 

 

 

 

Details :
  • Name : Sahar Dolatshahi
  • Birthday : Oct. 8, 1979
  • Born in : Tehran, Iran
  • Tmdb ID : 1566425
  • Also know as : ['Sahar Dowlatshahi', 'سحر دولتشاهی', 'Sahar Dolatshahi', 'Sahar Doulatshahi']
  • Persian Name : سحر دولتشاهی

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