The TV Presenter and actress “Fakhri Khorvash” in the U.S.
Regardless of where you’ve moving in the world, get all your adult vaccines up to date. People mistakenly think that if it’s not a third-world country it doesn’t matter, but in some places you can’t get a visa unless you’re fully vaccinated. Don’t like looking before you leap? Great! But if you’re moving somewhere, at least have the very first step planned — like the city you’ll stay in while you’re looking for work, and perhaps what kind of work you’ll be doing. You can go with a whole lot of things undecided, but a few basics will make your life easier. 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.