Negar Javaherian

Negar Javaherian

Negar Javaherian at the backstage of Gold and Copper
Born (1983-01-12) January 12, 1983
Tehran, Iran
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Spouse(s) Rambod Javan (m. 2016)

Negar Javaherian (Persian: نگار جواهریان, born 12 January 1983[1]) is an Iranian film and theater actress and translator.[2] Her noted movies are The Book of Law by Maziar Miri and Khabgah-e Dokhtaran ("The Girls' Dormitory") by Mohammad Hussein Latifi. She also acted as Fakhri in Zire Tigh, a TV series directed by Mohammad Reza Honarmand.[3] Her other proclaimed films are Here Without Me and A Cube of Sugar.



Year Title Role Network
2003 This isn't the Way
2006 Under the Blade Fakhri IRIB TV1


Year Title Role Notes
2002 I'm Taraneh, 15 Maryam
2004 Ghadamgah Hananeh
Khabgah-e dokhtaran Shirin
2005 Chand tare mu Sima
2007 Jabeye Moosighi The young girl
Barefoot in Heaven Masoumeh
2008 We Only Live Twice Shahrzad
2009 The Book of Law Kokab
2010 Hich Leila
2011 Just an Hour Ago She Short Film
Gold and Copper Zahra-Sadat
Here Without Me Yalda
A Cube of Sugar Pasand
2012 Bikhod & Bi Jahat Elaaheh
Saad Saal Be In Salha
2013 The Painting Pool Maryam
2014 Melbourne
2015 Jumping from a low altitude
Drowry 's Sugar Bowl Masoumeh
2016 Temporary
Come with Me



Year Title Role
2011 Rewards of a repertoire
2012 The Fourth Wall
2013 Drama: two clowns and a half
2016 The Gun is My Honor Voice
Anton Chekhov's Ivanov

Variety shows

Year Title Role Network
2009 Kolah Ghermezi Guest IRIB TV2
2014 Kolah Ghermezi Guest IRIB TV2


She also co-translated Harold Pinter's play, Betrayal along with Tinouche Nazmjou.[5][6]

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
2010 14th Iran Cinema Celebration Best Actress Gold and Copper Won
28th Fajr International Film Festival Gold and Copper Won
2011 15th Iran Cinema Celebration Best Supporting Actress Here Without Me Won
2012 31st Fajr International Film Festival Best Actress The Painting Pool Nominated


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