Kheirandish, Gohar (born August 23, 1954, Shiraz)
As a graduate of Acting and Directing from Tehran University Faculty of Fine Arts, Gohar Kheirandish began working at the Fars Province Office of Culture and Art in 1970.
Her film debut was 'Days of Anticipation' (1986).
She has appeared in many diverse and memorable roles and is known as a versatile actress.
This veteran actress has held many training classes in American universities.
She was nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for 'Under the City’s Rooftops' (1989), 'Face' (1995), 'The Victorious Warrior' (1998), 'High Altitude' (2001) and 'Fifth Reaction' (2002).
She won the Certificate of Merit for Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the 20th Fajr International Film Festival for 'High Altitude'.
In 2003, she won a Golden Trophy from the Iran Cinema Celebration Awards for her role in 'Fifth Reaction' (2002).
Her brilliant acting in 'The Custom of Lover-Slaying' (2003) and 'Invitation' (2008) won her two Crystal Simorghs at the Fajr International Film Festival in 2004 and 2009.