Taraneh Alidoosti is award-winning Iranian actress who is listed as the best actress of the decade. Taraneh Alidoosti began her career at a very early age of 17, for which she brought two awards home.
Date of Birth:
12 January 1984
Taraneh today has reached the height of success where many female wishes to be. She came in highlight when she boycotted the prestigious Oscar for President Donald Trump's imposition of visa ban on Iranians.
Taraneh Alidoosti is married to husband Ali Mansour and have a daughter
Taraneh Alidoosti was born on 12 January 1984. She married Ali Mansour at the age of 27 in the year 2011. She has a baby girl named Hana Mansour. Talking about Taraneh's father Hamid Alidoosti, he is a retired football player of Iran and is currently working as a football coach. He has trained different football clubs like Homa FC, Paykan FC, Tractor Sazi, and Iran national under-20 football team.
Taraneh has had a brother but was killed during the yearly Iranian Fire Festival in an accident while he was just 16. Her brother's name was Pouyan Alidoosti.
Taraneh seems to be a revolutionary woman as her tattoo indicates it too, she boycotted the Academy Award
'The Salesman' an Iranian drama was nominated for the Academy Award for an Oscar in the best foreign-language film category where Taraneh was cast in the lead role. There she did the central character role. It was the first time she was qualified to attend this huge award program but she declared not to be a part of her social media sites and in an interview.
"Trump's visa ban for Iranians is racist. Whether this will include a cultural event or not, I won't attend the #AcademyAwards 2017 in protest." Taraneh Alidoosti twitted. The issue that she has raised has become outraged in Iran which has covered the front page of many newspaper and online portal.
She also went through controversy for having an ink on her arm which is the symbol of 'Women Power'. There was a 'Feminist Fist' symbol tattoo for which we can say her as a strong feminist. Talking about her feminist act, Daily mail wrote, 'Last year she responded to a spam message for vacuum cleaners which said that the product was 'only for women'.
The controversy of her tattoo immersed when it was seen on the red carpet of France. Many media outlet captured the picture of her fist at Cannes which gathered chunk of viewers.