Mitra Hajjar

Mitra Hajjar (Persian: میترا حجار‎, born February 4, 1977) is an Iranian actress. She is the winner, with an additional two nominations, for Best Actress in the Fajr International Film Festival. Her first notable role was in Born under Libra (1999).

Mitra Hajjar
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Mitra Hajjar at Berlin film festival 2010
Born (1977-02-03) 3 February 1977 (age 44)
Alma materTehran University of Art
OccupationActress
Years active1998–present
Parent(s)Mohammad Hassan Hajjar (father)
Mehri Jahed (mother)
AwardsFajr Film Festival Best Actress

CareerEdit

Hajjar started acting with "Strangely" directed by Ahmad Amini. She has also starred in TV series, most notably "Young Police". She has acted in the theatrical show "Uncle Vania" in France. In 2005, she left Iran for France, and then went to America to study directorship. She lived abroad for 3 years, and she also played in an episode of the American Show "Smith". She received a nomination for the best actress in a supporting role for the movie "Long Goodbye". Hajjar named as best actress on her film Wishborn.[1]

Selected filmographyEdit

  • The Cry, 1999
  • Born under Libra, 2001
  • Protest, 2000
  • Killing Mad Dogs, 2001
  • Nights of Tehran 2001
  • Rokhsareh, 2002
  • The Poisonous Mushroom, 2002
  • Pink, 2002
  • Alghazali - The Alchemist of happiness, 2004
  • The Intruder, 2002
  • Loser, 2002
  • The Fugitive, 2003
  • The Crime, 2004
  • It's Winter, 2006
  • The Secrets, 2007
  • This Is Not A Love Song, 2007
  • The Hunter, 2010
  • Anahita, 2010

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Winners of 2017 'Sepanta Awards' at 10th Annual Iranian Film Festival in San Francisco announced". October 2, 2017.

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