The 93 year old former actress “Fakhri Khorvash” living in the U.S.
Fakhri Khorvash (born 31 May 1929) is a stage and film actress and director. She received the best actress award at the Sepas Film Festival in 1971 for her performance in the film Mr. Naive. Khorvash attended university intending to train as a doctor. However, she became a teacher, at which point she began performing in theatre. In 1948, her role in the play Dirty Hands (by Jean-Paul Sartre) was acclaimed and she was encouraged to also look at the cinema. Although she performed in the theatre and in cinema in parallel, she was not keen to switch to the silver screen completely in her earlier years.