| Hedyeh Tehrani|
| Hedieh Tehrani|
| June 25, 1972 (age 43) (1972-06-25) Tehran, Iran|
Crystal Simorgh for Best Actress, 17th Fajr Film FestivalCrystal Simorgh for Best Actress, 24th Fajr Film FestivalAward for Best supporting Actress, Pyongyang International Film Festival
Hooman Behmanesh (m. 2007–2007)
The Wooden Bridge, Soltan, Ghalbe Yakhi, Donya, Fireworks Wednesday
Niki Karimi, Hanieh Tavassoli, Hooman Behmanesh, Mahnaz Afshar, Bahareh Rahnama
Hedieh Tehrani Wikipedia
Hedieh Tehrani (Persian: هديه تهرانی, born 25 June 1972 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian actress. She is most noted for willingness to play mysterious, stony-faced and cold-hearted women. She began her acting career with Masoud Kimiai's Soltan (1996). For her appearance in Ghermez (1998) she received the Crystal Simorgh for Best Actress from the 17th Fajr International Film Festival.
Hediyeh Tehrani received the second Crystal Simorgh of her career from the 24th Fajr International Film Festival, for Fireworks Wednesday. In 2006 she appeared in Bahman Ghobadi's Niwemang. The film received the Gold Shell of the 54th San Sebastián International Film Festival.
The actress was arrested in 2016, in Tehran’s central Lala Garden for campaigning for Animal Rights, due to the gathering not being authorized by the government. The protest was organized after several Iranian municipalities put down a number of street dogs due to over population. The arrest has been condemned by some activists.
Mohammad Reza Sharifinia and Azita Hajian were the first ones to propose her a role for The Day of Incident. She auditioned for acting in Rooz-e Vaghe'e (aka The Day of Incident) but refused to cooperate and the role went to Ladan Mostofi. Before acting in Sultan, she refused to play a part in Leila directed by Iranian director Dariush Mehrjui. Kianoush Ayari,then proposed her for acting in his movie, Boodan ya Naboodan and again she refused to play. Masoud Kimiayi was the first director who succeeded to have her playing in his film Sultan.First Prize for painting at the Fajr International Film Festival, 1989Hafez Award for Best leading actress for Soltan, 1997Crystal Simorgh for Best leading actress in 17th Fajr International Film Festival for Ghermez, 1998Hafez Award for Best leading actress for Shokaran, 1998Nominated for Best leading actress at the Three Continents Festival for Ghermez, 1999Nominated for Best leading actress for Shokaran at the 4th Khaneh Cinema Awards, 2000Nominated for Crystal Simorgh for actress in a leading role for Kaghaze Bi Khat, 2001Hafiz Award for Best leading actress for Kaghaz-e Bi Khat, 2002Hafiz Award for one of the top Actors in Iranian Cinema after the Iranian Revolution, 2002Award from Pyongyang International Film Festival for best supporting actress for Party, 2002Crystal Simorgh for Best leading actress in 24th Fajr International Film Festival for Fireworks Wednesday, 2005House of Cinema Award for best leading actress for Fireworks Wednesday, 2005Nominated for Best set and costume design at the Fajr International Theater Festival, 2008Nominated for Crystal Simorgh for best leading actress for Haft Daghighe Ta Paeez (Seven Minutes to Autumn), 2009Nominated for House of Cinema Award for best leading actress for Haft Daghighe Ta Paeez (Seven Minutes to Autumn), 2010