Aref Lorestani, Iranian actor, Died at 45

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Aref Lorestani was born on February 4, 1972, and died on April 15, 2017.

He was an Iranian actor.

His professional career started out by playing a role in a sitcom, dubbed Jong 77, by famous Iranian director Mehran Modiri, in 1998 and continued appearing in his later series including ‘Man With Two Thousand Faces’ (2009), ‘Bitter Coffee’ (2010), ‘My Villa’ (2012), ‘I’m Just Kidding’ (2014) and ‘In the Margins’ (2015).

Lorestani also played in Modiri’s some other television shows, one of the most famous one was Qahveye Talkh (Bitter Coffee) in a role of a corrupt police, the first episodes of which were released in 2010.

His participation in cinema movies, includs Mani and Neda, by Parviz Sabri, Moadeleh (Equation) and Sham-e Arousi (Wedding dinner) both by Ebrahim Vahidzadeh and Entekhab (Selection) by Touraj Mansouri.

He died due to a heart attack.

Aref Lorestani passed away at 45 years old.

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