Mahtab Keramati Biography
She was taking acting courses when she was chosen for the role of Helen in The Men of Angelos, which garnered her national recognition. She later went on to appear in films such as Mummy III and Rain Man for which she was nominated for a Fajr International Film Festival Crystal Simorgh. She then appeared in dramas such as Saint Mary and Crimson Soil and the films Hell, Purgatory, Heaven, There Are Things You Don’t Know, Alzheimer and The Private Life of Mr. and Mrs. M. She won a Crystal Simorgh for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Twenty. In 2015 winner Best Actor Award Imagineindia Film Festival. Famous Iranian Actress
She is appointed UNICEF
She is the second celebrity, after football legend Ali Daie, to serve as a UNICEF National Ambassador in Iran. She is a UNICEF Special Representative. Is a microbiologist. Her mother attended university at 50. Close friends with famous Persian actress Hedieh Tehrany. The only actress who was invited to Hedieh Tehrany’s wedding party. Mahtab Keramati is the greatest actress in Iran and the Arab world. She was born in Tehran, Iran on 17 October 1970. Her full name is Mahtab Keramati Sheikholeslami. She achieved an honorary degree in Microbiology from one of the largest private and famous universities named “Islamic Azad University”.
She was taking acting courses when she was selected for the role of Helen in “The Men of Anjelos”. She originates reputation with this series and went on to appear in films such as “Mummy III” and “Rain man” for which she was nominated for a Fajr International Film Festival Crystal Symorgh. She then appeared in dramas such as “Crimson Soil” and “Saint Mary” and the films “Hell, Purgatory, Heaven”, “Alzheimer’s”, “There Are Things You Don’t Know” and “The Private Life of Mr. And Mrs. M.”. Mahtab Keramati achieved a Crystal Symorgh for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for “20”. At present, she is doing a great responsibility as a Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF in Iran. She considers this as the most important concern as well as spends a huge time on this duty. Keramati also tried to tie up cinema along with other arts with UNICEF activities.