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Leila Hatami Biography-Net Worth
Leila Hatami Introduction
Daughter of renowned Iranian director Ali Hatami, Leila was born in Tehran. She appeared in a number of his father’s films such as “Hezar Dastan” (1987), “Kamalolmolk” (1984), and “The Devoted” (1992) as a child actress.
She attended the École Polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland initially studying Electrical Engineering before changing her major to French Literature after two years. She returned to Iran in 1996 when her father became ill.
Her first appearance in a leading role was in the film “Leila” (1998), this would be the first of four times she played a character with her name. Leila Hatami has starred in numerous movies and won many prestigious awards throughout her successful career.
She’s been the nominee to receive the Crystal Symorgh for Best Actress in a Leading Role at Fajr International Film Festival for “Sheida” (1999), “Abandoned Station” (2002), “Season Salad” (2005), “40s“ (2010), “A Separation” (2011), “There Are Things You Don’t Know” (2011) and “Orange-clad” (2012).
In 2012, she was nominated for the Asian Film Award and People’s Choice Award at the Asian Film Awards for her role in “A Separation”.
Leila Hatami was a member of the Jury of the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (Czech Republic) in 2006.
Leila Hatami Awards
• FIPRESCI Prize, Palm Springs International Film Festival, A Separation, 2012
• Grand Prix – Crystal Globe, Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, Last Step, 2012
• Silver Berlin Bear, Berlin International Film Festival, A Separation, 2011
• The Award for the Best Actress in a Leading Role, Harareh Film Festival, Every Night Loneliness, 2010
• The Crystal Symorgh, Fajr International Film Festival, Down and Out, 2009
• The Award for the Best Actress of the Year, The Society of Film Critics & Writers, Down and Out, 2009
• The Crystal Symorgh, Fajr International Film Festival, Abandoned Station, 2003
• Best Actress award, Montréal World Film Festival, Abandoned Station, 2002
• The Golden Statue, Iran Cinema Celebration, Water And Fire, 2002
• The Award for the Best Actress of the Year, The Society of Film Critics & Writers, Water And Fire, 2001
• The Diploma of Honor, Fajr Film Festival, Leila, 1997