Farimah Farjami

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Farimah Farjami
Born 1952 (age 65–66)
Tehran, Iran
Years active 1976–present

Farimah Fardjami (Persian: فریماه فرجامی‎, born 1952 in Tehran, Iran) is an Iranian film and stage actress.


She graduated in Dramatic Literature from Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Tehran in 1977, and has worked on stage since 1976. She began acting in films in 1980.

Her performances in the roles of wandering and wavering young or middle age women who struggle with psychological and personal problems were admired by film critics, and won awards for The Lead (film)|The Lead (1988, Masoud Kimiai), The Last Act (film)|The Last Act (1990, Varouj Karim-Masihi), and Nargess (1992, Rakhshan Bani Etemad) from International Fajr Film Festival.

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