Amin Tarakh, an Iranian actor, died; Get to know his best roles

Iranian cinema, theater and television actor Amin Tarkh died on October 2, 1401 due to a heart attack in the hospital. Amin Tarakh was born on August 20, 1332 in Shiraz. He studied at Tehran University's Faculty of Performing Arts and then studied cultural management at the master's level. In addition to acting, one of the important works of Amin Tarakh was the founding of the Azad School of Actors, from which good actors such as Taneh Alidosti, Habib Rezaei and Mehtab Karamati came out of this school. Until the end of the 80s, Azad Acting Workshop was the most prestigious film school, whose graduates received numerous awards in acting. Always at the top of the news (portrait of an actor)

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Iranian cinema, theater and television actor Amin Tarkh died on October 2, 1401 due to a heart attack in the hospital. Amin Tarakh was born on August 20, 1332 in Shiraz. He studied at Tehran University's Faculty of Performing Arts and then studied cultural management at the master's level. In addition to acting, one of the important works of Amin Tarakh was the founding of the Azad School of Actors, from which good actors such as Taneh Alidosti, Habib Rezaei and Mehtab Karamati came out of this school. Until the end of the 80s, Azad Acting Workshop was the most prestigious film school, whose graduates received numerous awards in acting. Always at the top of the news (portrait of an actor)

Tarkh was a member of the board of directors of Khana Cinema for a while and was also the judge of the 18th Fajr Theater Festival. Amin Tarakh's first appearance in cinema was after the revolution in the movie "The Death of Yazdgerd" by Bahram Bayzaei, but before the revolution, he appeared in the national TV series of Iran, and after the revolution, he also appeared in the popular series "Sarbadaran" which was broadcast on Channel One in the early 60s. It was playing back to TV. But one of his most lasting appearances on TV was related to the "Abu Ali Sina" series, which made Tarakh extremely popular. His face in the role of Ibn Sina soon gained many fans among the youth. Kayhan Raheghaz, who before the revolution was the author of the series "My City, Shiraz", the first series in which Amin Tarkh acted, was the director and writer of the "Buali Sina" series and the author of the "Sarbadaran" series, and it can be said that Amin Tarkh's most successful plays on television In his collaboration with Kahan Rahezhaz, it was established. Amin Tarakh was once the winner of Fajr Festival's Crystal Simrogh Award for his supporting role in the movie "Moon and Sun" and was also nominated for this award once for his role in the movie "Havana Case". Tarakh was more popular with his television roles, and except for one or two collaborations with Ali Hatami and Dariush Mehrjooi, he did not make an impact in the cinema, and especially from the 70s onwards, he faded away in the cinema, but on television with the special series "Aghma" that aired during the month of Ramadan and The religious series "Lost Innocence" has maintained its popularity among the people. We have a review of the most important films of Amin Tarakh who passed away too soon.

The best films and series of Amin Tarakh

1) Sarbdaran series

Director: Mohammad Ali Najafi
Aired: 1362
Other actors: Ali Nasirian, Sosan Taslimi

This series told the story of the Sarbadaran uprising in Khorasan, led by Sheikh Hassan Juri, with Amin Tarakh playing the role of Sheikh Hassan. . Sarbdaran had risen to protect Iran against the Mongol attack. In addition to Amin Tarakh's performance, Sosan Taslimi's performance as his wife and Ali Nasirian's role as Judge Shariah were also highly noticed in this series.

2) Bo Ali Sina series

Director: Kayhan Raheghaz
Broadcast: 1364
Other actors: Jamshid Laigh, Cengiz Vothoqi, Fazel Ajbouri

In a situation where we no longer saw beautiful faces on the radio and television and star making was banned Seeing Amin Tarakh with a delicate face in the role of Abu Ali Sina in the series "Buali Sina" was an event in those years. A series that was aired many times and narrates the life of a famous Iranian doctor and scientist and his relationship with the Samanian court and then Al Boyeh. Stories of Bo Ali Sina's treatment methods and his intelligence in examining his patients and his conclusions about their illness were the main attraction of the series, which sometimes made it very exciting.

3) The Little Bird of Happiness movie

Director: Puran Derakhsandeh
Aired: 1366
Other actors: Homa Roosta

Mr. Sohrabi, played by Amin Tarakh, is the father of a teenage girl who lost her ability to speak due to an accident that happened to her mother. He has lost his temper and if they push him, he will have a seizure. The girl's relationship with her father is not good until one of the teachers in the school befriends her and tries to understand her.

4) Lead movie

Director: Masoud Kimiaei
Broadcast: 1367
Other actors: Hadi Eslami, Jamshid Meshaikhi, Farimah Farjami

Daniyal, who is Jewish and Amin Tarakh plays his role, wants to go to the promised land with his wife. They and their uncle are against Zionism and as a result there are objections to their departure. The situation becomes more complicated when Yaqub, Daniel's uncle, is killed by a member of the Zionist party. Daniel is known as the murderer, but he does not say anything out of fear, and the murder falls on Yacoub's pious neighbor. Until a journalist named Nouri decides to discover the truth and tries to convince Daniyal to testify in court. : 1368
Other actors: Ruqiyyah Shirahazad, Mohammad Ali Keshavarz, Farimah Farjami, Jamshid Arya, Akbar Abdi, Hamid Jabali

The mother comes home from the nursing home and gathers her children around her because she knows that His death is near. One of the boys is Jalaluddin, played by Amin Tarakh. He is the middle son of the family. A doctor and a professional poet, of course, they are busy with work He is away from his wife. Jalaluddin stops the bullying of the older brother and empathizes with the younger brother who is mentally disabled.
Other actors: Saeed Poursamimi, Akbar Abdi, Faramarz Sediqi, Leila Hatami

The story of a musical group that is sent abroad during the Qajar era to fill a page, but in the middle of the work, the money that It was supposed to arrive from Iran, but it was cut off and the group members finished their performance with their own expenses and with difficulty. The singer of the group is Tahir, played by Amin Tarakh, who has a beautiful voice like a nightingale. The Turkish princess hears his voice and falls in love with him. But Taher is infected with tuberculosis.

7) The film Sara

Director: Dariush Mehrjoui
Broadcast: 1371
Other actors: Niki Karimi, Khosro Shakibaei

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Hossam is a selfish and honest man who has an important job in the bank. He falls ill and his wife Sarah borrows money to save him from Gestasb, who is also a bank employee but is not an honest man. Hessam gets better and wants to fire him when he discovers Gestasb's small mistakes. Gstaseb threatens Sara to tell her about the loan money flow if she doesn't stop her husband. Sarah gets a lot of fear and anxiety. When Hossam finds out about the incident, he selfishly blames Sarah, and when the problem is solved, he childishly thinks that he can forgive Sarah, but Sarah is no longer that philandering woman.

8) Ishq+2 movie

Director: Reza Karimi
Aired: 1377
Other actors: Fateme Motamedarya, Vishka Asayesh

"Eshq+2" is not a good movie, but since Amin Tarakh has rarely seen comedy roles It's a shame not to mention his comfortable and lovable presence in this movie. The story of a man who is forced to meet his ex-wife for some reason. The previous wife wants to woo him and his second wife is jealous.

9) The series Masoomit Rishdere

Director: Dawood Mirbagheri
Aired: 2012
Other Actors: Sara Khoyiniha, Fariba Kothari, Dariush Farhang

After the great success of the "Imam Ali" series, Dawood Mirbagheri's name was raised as a director who can make great religious series. "Lost Innocence" was made in the same direction and it is the story of a man named Shozeb, played by Amin Tarkh, who falls in love with a Christian woman named Maria, and the second woman is Hamira, a Jew, who wants to seduce Shozeb and promise her The authority in the Bani Umayyad system leads away from the right path.

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