Milad Shah HosseiniDirector
Milad Shah HosseiniWriter
Country of Origin:Iran, Islamic Republic of
Country of Filming:Iran, Islamic Republic of
Milad Shah Hosseini (born October 21, 1991, Iran) is a Iranian actor and Director.
He majored in theater at the university and received a Diploma of Honor for Best Actor from Tehran's Police Theatre Festival in 2006.
He furthered her acting training at the Karnameh Institute of Arts and Culture's School of Cinematic Arts, where he received lessons from renowned actor Parviz Parastui in 2005.
Milad first appeared on the small screen in a television series called "A Fistful of Eagle Feathers" alongside her teacher, Parviz Parastui, and other celebrated actors such as Reza Kianian and Hormoz Hedayat.
He is the only child in the family.
He has a professional technical diploma in navigation.
He is a member of the Young Cinema Association, and his main interest is directing.
In 2009, he stepped on the stage by playing in Mahigir Khasteh Theater, directed by Hossein Rafiei; in 2013, he played in Plaque 100 and 30 Theater, directed by Mohammad Watouq Mehr, and became a well-known figure.
In 2015, he became a member of Javan Cinema and graduated after one year.
Milad Shah Hosseini continued her acting career in addition to directing, and examples of her work include the television series Hirani and the movie Nahid.
Currently, she is managing one of the largest film production institutes in Iran, Brand Tehran, which has formed a technical film team with the help of Mr. Kanani and Najafi.