Golshifteh Farahani Age Biography, Net Worth, Wiki
Golshifteh Farahani Age Biography
Golshifteh Farahani Age Biography: Golshifteh Farahani, the stage name under which Rahavard Farahani has performed professionally, is a well-known Iranian actress.
Golshifteh Farahani Age
She entered the world on July 10th, 1983 in Tehran, Iran.
She rose to prominence because to her performance in the films M for Mother (2006) and The Patience Stone (2012). As a result of her work in “The Patience Stone,” she was considered for a nomination for the Cesar Award in the category of Most Promising Actress.
Golshifteh Farahani Family
Her mother, Fahimeh Rahim Nia, is an actress, and her father, Behzad Farahani, is a theatrical director. She is the daughter of these two. A sister of the Farahani family, Shaghayegh Farahani is active in the entertainment industry as an actress.
Golshifteh Farahani Education:
Golshifteh began learning how to run and play the piano when she was only five years old, and she subsequently enrolled in a music school in Tehran. At the age of 14, she established herself as a reliable leading lady in Dariush Mehrjui’s The Pear Tree. For her performance in this role, she was awarded the Crystal Roc for Best Actress.
Golshifteh Farahani Professional Life
Career highlights for Farahani include starring in the drama About Elly, which was awarded the Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival and the title of Best Picture at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival. Farahani had one of the lead roles in the 2012 film adaptation of Atiq Rahimi’s book The Patience Stone, which received generally positive reviews from critics. In addition, she was included in a video for the César Awards in 2012 that was for the category of Most Promising Actors.
In addition, she performed the main part of Laura in the feature film Paterson, opposite actor Adam Driver, who played the character in the original script. On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the movie was given an approval rating of 96%, indicating that critics largely praised it. In the year 2020, she was cast in the role of Nik Khan in the action movie Extraction. She was supposed to play the role of Rumi in the film Rumi’s Kimia, which become directed by Dariush Mehrjui and become based fully on Saideh Ghods’s book Kimia Khatoon.
Golshifteh Farahani Other Works:
While she was in Iran, she was a part of the band Kooch Neshin, which won the second Tehran Avenue underground rock resistance competition. Since she fled Iran, she has collaborated on music with another Iranian singer who is now living in exile, Mohsen Namjoo; the two of them published their album “Oy” in October of 2009.
She was ranked sixth overall on the Independent Critics’ Beauty List for the year 2014, which was released in December of that year. Since coming to Paris, she has collaborated with filmmakers such as Roland Joffé, Huner Saleem, and Marjane Satrapi, amongst others, and she served as a member of the international jury for the 63rd Locarno Film Festival.
Golshifteh Farahani Movies:
Seven Acts from The Pear Tree (1998), which was directed by Mim (2001) (Fereshteh) Zamaneh (2002) (Zamaneh) Two Angels (2003) (Azar) Someplace Else in the World (2004) (Raha) Boutique (2004) (Eti) The Cry of the Freezing Wind (2004) (Ronak)
The Fish Find Their True Love (2005) (Touka)
Bab’Aziz (2005) (2005) (Noor)
In the Name of the Father, Maryam Gis Borideh’s (2006) Book “Gis Borideh” (2006) (Habibeh) The halving of the moon (2006) (Niwemang)
M stands for “Mother” (2006) (Sepideh)
That Man With the Music (2007) (Hanieh)
To Each Their Own Film Experience (2007) (Herself)
The Stone Wall (2008) (Setareh) Shirin (2008) (A female audience member) “Body of Lies” (2008) (Aisha) In regards to Elly (2008) (Sepideh) If you pass away, I will take your life (2011) (Siba) There Are Supposed to Be Dragons (2011) (Leila) Chicken With Plums (2011) ‘The Patience Stone’ (2012), ‘Just Like a Woman’ (2012), ‘The Woman’ (2013), ‘My Sweet Pepper Land’ (2013), ‘Govind’ (2014), ‘Rosewater’ (2014), ‘Eden’ (2014), ‘Maryam Bahari’ (2014), ‘Yasmin’ (2014), ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ (2014). (Iran) (2014) (Nefertari) Two Friends (2015) (Mona) Go Home (2015) (Nada) Sophie’s Misfortunes (2016) (Madame de Réan) Finding Altamira Conchita (Madame de Réan) Finding Altamira Conchita (2016) (Hugh Hudson) [Citation needed] Paterson (2016), starring Laura Dern; Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017), starring Shansa; The Song of Scorpions (2017), starring Tom Skerritt; (2017) (Nooran) Shelter (2017) (Mona) The Positive Aspect (2017) (Maggie) Santa & Cie (2017) (Amélie) Everything Is Consumed by the Night (2018) (Sarah)
Blind Spot (2019) (Elham)
Arab Blues (2019) (Selma)
Extraction (2020) (2020) (Nik Khan)
Both a Brother and a Sister (2022) (Arnaud Desplechin) The Second Extraction (TBA) (Nik Khan)
Gen:Lock on the television (2018-2021) (Yasamin ‘Yaz’ Madrani)
Invasion (2021) (2021) (Aneesha Malik)
Golshifteh Farahani Net Worth
Golshifteh Farahani has a net worth that is around one million dollars.