Iranian Actress, Designer and Teacher.
Thespian Vida Ghahremani qualified for years as the most preeminent actress in late 20th and early 21st century Iran. She entered Persian film during adolescence, debuting in 1958 with a role in the Farsi-language picture Storm in Our Town, and went on to work in a diverse array of genres. Ghahremani achieved international crossover success as a middle-aged performer with a supporting role in director Wayne Wang's gentle, thoughtful slice-of-life drama A Thousand Years of Good Prayers (2007).
In 1981 she start experimenting with color copiers and used them as a creative artistic tool for her drawings. Her work has been displayed in many art shows and exhibits which some include Beverly Hills Spring Art Festival, Santa Monica Garden Art Show, The Great Western Beverly Hills Art Exhibition and such.
Recently, Vida has created a new line of hand painted, custom greeting cards. These cards are featuring a character named Karmel whom she based on her granddaughter.
Vida currently teaches creative theatre and Persian Language in Pleasanton, California and Persian Center where she has been an active member since its establishment in Berkeley, California and Artistic associate in San Francisco Golden Thread Production. Ghahremani received a B.A. in Early Childhood Education and holds a diploma in Directing and Producing television. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), the Gem and Mineral society. Vida is the mother of three.
Review by: AAGift.com, August 2013
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