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Jahangir Forouhar

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Jahangir Forouhar

Jahangir Forouhar (1916 - November 6, 1997) was an Iranian actor, and the father of Iranian entertainer Leila Forouhar. He was born in Esfahan, Iran in 1916. He started playing in theater at the age of eighteen and in cinema at the age of 50.

External links

  • Jahangir Forouhar at the Internet Movie Database
  • Photograph of Jahangir Forouhar: [1]
  • Photograph of Jahangir Forouhar's grave: [2]

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