BirthdayApril 7, 1967
BirthplaceTehran, Iran

Celebrity biographies

  1. About Mehran Modiri

    Full name: Mehran Modiri
    Also known as: Mehran Modiri, Modiri, Mehran
    Professions: Director, Actor, Soundtrack
    Occupation: Actor, television director, comedian, musician

  2. Mehran Modiri Measurements

    Height: 5' 10¾" (1.8 m)

  3. Mehran Modiri Biography

    Mehran Modiri (Persian: مهران مدیری ‎, born April 7, 1967) is a prolific Iranian actor, television director, comedian and musician. His artistic career began in his teenage years as he was acting in local plays. He then entered the world of radio and television in the early 1990s, actively writing scripts for and participating in various comedy skits during the annual Norooz comedy television shows broadcast by the IRIB.He continued appearing in television comedies, however, he achieved real stardom with his creation of Pavarchin (Tiptoeing), in which he won numerous awards for directing and starring in the picture. He tasted success again when he directed and starred in Noghtechin (Ellipsis), and Jayezeye Bozorg (The Grand Prize), which became major hits on television in Iran.Afterwards, he followed Pavarchin's storyline with the making of Shabhaye Barareh which became his most popular television program yet; the show remained incomplete after it was criticized for offending rural people, which resulted in an abrupt end to the show after 92 episodes, without completely explaining the Barareh history.He has starred in two full length films, and had planned on entering the film industry once again after Shabhaye Barareh was completed. However, he instead started working on his next project, television series Baghe Mozaffar.Modiri also released a music album and performed in a number of concerts. He is also a veteran of the Iran–Iraq War. He is married and has two children.In 2009 Modiri was named by Newsweek as one of the 20 people who dominate power and public discourse in Iran.

  4. Mehran Modiri Family

    Childrens: Farhad Modiri, Shahrzad Modiri

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