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HALIM TRAILER

2017

© by Fiedler Film

HALIM TRAILER

2017

© by Fiedler Film

MASSUD RAHNAMA

Massud Rahnama has been acting since he was 8 years old.

 

Born in Teheran, Iran, Massud began performing with the Persian Commedia dell’arte, and later transitioned into Stage and Television. Where most notably, he playing Saddam Hussein in the Iranian satirical programs: "Saddams Travels" and "Economy Program." Massud received his initial education at the University of Dramatic Arts, before studying in France at the Ecole Internationale de Mime e Mimodrame de Paris under the legendary Mime Marcel Marceau.

 

Currently he resides in Vienna, Austria where continues to act in a wide variety of plays  and operas at venues such as  Volkstheater, Theater an der Wien, Wiener Festwochen, Donaufestival, Dschungel Wien.  Massud's international work include his portrayal of Franz Moor in „die Räuber,“ Charlie Chaplin in the play „Dictator“ directed by Stephan Rabl, the Opera: Bluthaus (“Bloodhouse“), and "Dreck" directed by Robert Schneider.

 

As a director, dramatist and author, Massud has found success with productions such as  the traditional Persian comedy “Khaschayar in the Palast of Harun al-Raschid," and his "One-Man-Talkshow – Money eater” which he performed in Waschington, Virgina, Philadelphia, Kansas City and New York.

 

Recently he has starred in two international award winning short films, "Mis’TIC" directed by Eric Rino, and "HALIM", directed by Werner Fiedler, in which he has received many "BEST ACTOR" awards.

 

In addition to writing, directing and performing, Massud teaches theatre, pantomime and impro-mime. 

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Mis'TIC TRAILER

2017

© by Eric Rino

© by Vienna Academy of Storytellers 

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