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Iranian actor passes away at 44

Young Iranian actor Reza Davoudnejad passes away at the age of 44.

Young Iranian actor Reza Davoudnejad has passed away at the age of 44.

He departed this life on Monday, April 1, due to septicemia (blood poisoning by bacteria) in Shiraz, Fars.

Born on May 19, 1980 in Tehran, Reza was the son of the veteran Iranian filmmaker Alireza Davoudnejad.

Reza entered the world of child acting with a role in his father’s movie ‘Defenseless’ in 1986.

His role in the movie ‘Sweet Agony’ (1998) is generally considered as his breakthrough and saw him nominated for Best Actor in a Leading Role Crystal Simorgh at the International Fajr Film Festival.

Following his Fajr Festival nomination, he was invited to the Japan Fukuoka Film Festival for the same movie.

He appeared in a number of movies, including ‘The Sting and the Bee’, ‘Women are Amazing’, ‘Big Trouble’, ‘Longest Night of the Year’, ‘Beyro’, ‘Ferrari’, ‘Left-Handed’ and ‘The Magic Lamp’.

He also starred in several series, including ‘The Children Are Watching’, ‘Bread and Basil’, ‘Flat Tire’, and ‘Of Fate and Destiny 4’.