Amir Mohammad Zand
Amir Mohammad zand
|Born||Amir Mohammad Zand|
|Education||La Sapienza University|
|Years active||2005 present|
|Works||Then she was gone, The moment of mistake,|
|Awards||Resistance International Film Festival Best Actor Winner 2010|
Amir Mohammad Zand ( Persian : امیرمحمد زند), is an Iranian Filmmaker, Model, and famous Actor. He Graduated from La Sapienza University in Rome, Italy in 2005. He has received Special Jury Awards for his work as the best actor for acting in "The Night Bus" from The Resistance International Film Festival in 2004.    
Career[edit | edit source]
Zand made his acting debut on television in 2003 and later gained wide recognition in his role as Shahriar on the long-running "Be Donya Begoeed Beystad" drama 2006, for which he received two commerce Award nominations from IRIB Iranian Television. While working on "Be Donya Begoyed Beystad", he began attracting a variety of leading roles in films, including "Taghato" (2005) and the drama feature "The Night Bus" (2006) "Rooshanak" (2006), in which he first worked with director Mohamamdreza Ahanj, who would become a long-time collaborator.
In 2016, Zand was included in Iranian Squash Federation as one of the "Most Influential representative Artist in squash sport in Iran".
Filmography[edit | edit source]
|2007||Le bus de Nuit||Kiumars Pourahmad|
|2014||Crazy Rook||Abdolhassan Davoudi|
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