Shamsi Fazlollahi

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Shamsi Fazlollahi born December 1, 1941, in Tehran, Iran is an Iranian actress. She started her career in cinema and starred in “Luck, Love, Accident” directed by Hossein Madani. Her most notable activities in the series are “Narges” by Shapoor Gharib, “Asheghaneh” by Manouchehr Hadi, and “Se Dar Chahar” by Majid Salehi.

Shamsi Fazlollahi began acting in the 1950s, performing for radio theater shows in the NIRTV.

The 1960s saw her acting for multiple theater groups, collaborating with prominent Iranian writers and directors of the era. At the same time, she also took roles in movies and TV shows. Dubbing for TV and cinema was also very important in her career. She is best known as the voice of Caroline in the series Little House on the Prairie, as Bambi’s mother in the cartoon film, and later as the narrator of the Bamzi cartoon series. She received a lifetime achievement award at the 2009 Tehran Women’s Theater Festival. She is continuing her work as an actress, both on screen and in theater, while performing in radio plays for the Iranian Radio.



  • Birthday: 01.12.1941
  • Birthplace: Tehran, Tehran, Iran
  • Interview date: 20.05.2017 – 27.05.2017

Actress and Voice Artist

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