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  • Ali Nasirian: Parviz Bahram was a brilliant stage actor

    Iran Theater- The funeral of Parviz Bahram , a veteran voiceover artist, was held.

    Iran Theater- The funeral of Parviz Bahram , a veteran voiceover artist, was held.

    According to Iran Theater parviz Bahram passed away after a long battle with a blood cancer. In his funeral Ali Nasirian, a well-known stage , cinema actor said:” Salut to the great actor and voiceover artist. Everyone thinks that Mr. Bahram only did dubbing but he was a great actor and I met him in the early of thirties.”

    He added:” Bahram was one of those artist who was very effective in proclaiming and expressing epic and social poems. After classes in Saadi theater, I saw him at the Serksian House group. Last time I saw Baham in Mr. Oskoie's theater group and those two months at Anahita Theater was one of my best educational years.

    Nasirian praised  his talent in acting:” you Know that Bahram had a great voice and expression, but He was a very capable  stage actor who played the role of Othello on stage . on that era, Bahram understood the art .”

    After having battled with blood cancer for many years ,parviz Bahram passed away at his home in the morning of May 27  .He worked as a lawyer for many years. As an actor, he also played in some theatrical works.

    Bahram lent his voice to famous western characters including Kirk Douglas in ‘Ulysses’, Laurence Olivier in ‘Othello’, James Mason in ‘Julius Caesar’ and ‘Madame Bovari’, and Orson Welles in ‘The Third Man’. 

    His narration of the Japanese documentary ‘The Silk Road,’ which was broadcast on the national TV in the 1980s, will remain forever in Iranians' memories.

     

     




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