Mahtab Keramati

Mahtab Keramati (Persian: مهتاب کرامتی‎; born 17 October 1970) is an Iranian actress. In August 2006, she was appointed as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in Iran.[1]

Mahtab Keramati
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Mahtab Keramati in Mouzeh Cinema 2021
Born
Mahtab Keramati

(1970-10-17) 17 October 1970 (age 51)
NationalityIranian
EducationBachelor of Microbiology
Alma materAzad University
Occupation
Years active1998–present
Spouse(s)
Babak Riahipour
(m. 1986; div. 2002)
Signature
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CareerEdit

She was taking acting courses when she was chosen for the role of Helen in The Men of Angelos, which garnered her national recognition. She later went on to appear in films such as Mummy III and Rain Man for which she was nominated for a Fajr International Film Festival Crystal Simorgh. She then appeared in dramas such as Saint Mary and Crimson Soil and the films Hell, Purgatory, Heaven, There Are Things You Don't Know, Alzheimer and The Private Life of Mr. and Mrs. M.. She won a Crystal Simorgh for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Twenty. In 2015 winner Best Actor Award Imagineindia Film Festival. She was also featured in Dhaka Film Festival Jury.[2]

Charity and philanthropic activitiesEdit

After the earthquake of Bam City which occurred on 26th December 2003, she approached philanthropy and charity work and on 30th December she was one of the artists partaking in a charity meeting for quake-stricken people of Bam.From 2013, releasing prisoners-sentenced-to-nemesis, have become one of the charity work she does and she has put some efforts in collecting blood money and getting the next of kin's satisfaction. In this respectT Shahab Moradi has been one of her companions.

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

  • Mardi Az jense Bolour (1999)
  • Mumiyayi 3 (2000)
  • Mard Barani (2000)
  • Behesht az ane To (2000)
  • Molaghat ba Tooti (2003)
  • Shahe Khamoosh (2003)
  • Hashtpa (2005)
  • Salvation at 8:20 (2005)
  • Hess-e Penhan (2007)
  • The Reward of Silence (2007)
  • Adam (2007)
  • Atash-e Sabz (2008)
  • Shirin (2008)
  • Tardid (2009)
  • Women Are Angels (2009)
  • Doozakh Barzakh Behesht (2009)
  • Bist (2009)
  • Shabane Rooz (2010)
  • Adamkosh (2010)
  • There Are Things You Don't Know (2010)
  • Alzheimer (2011)
  • Absolutely Tame Is a Horse (2011)
  • The Private Life of Mr. & Mrs. M (2012)
  • Azar (2012)
  • The Fourth Child (2013)
  • Inadvertent (2014)
  • Hussein Who Said No
  • Ghosts (2014)
  • Arghavan (2014)
  • Jameh Daran (2015)
  • Ice Age (2015)
  • BIAFF Film Festival Promo Video 2017 (2017)
  • Mazar-i-Sharif[3][4]
  • Majan (2015)
  • mordad (2015)
  • Boht (2016)
  • Shayad Eshgh Nabod (2016)
  • old Road (2016)
  • orca (2019)
  • Sahneh Zani (2020)

Television SeriesEdit

ProducerEdit

  • Orca (2019)
  • Platform (2017)
  • Take Off (2017)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Actress Mahtab Keramati appointed UNICEF National Ambassador". UNICEF website.
  2. ^ "3 Iranians in Dhaka Film Festival Jury". Financial Tribune. January 3, 2017.
  3. ^ ""Mazar-i-Sharif" named best at Phoenix Film Festival Melbourne". Tehran Times. March 6, 2017.
  4. ^ "Award for 'Mazar-i-Sharif' at Australia Film Festival". Financial Tribune. March 12, 2017. Retrieved October 28, 2017.

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