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    This is an alphabetic list of notable people from Iran or its historical predecessors.

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    • 1 In the news
    • 2 Artists
      • 2.1 Calligraphists
      • 2.2 Cartoonists
      • 2.3 Cinema artists
        • 2.3.1 Actresses and male actors
        • 2.3.2 Directors and filmmakers
        • 2.3.3 Film score composers
      • 2.4 Designers
        • 2.4.1 Fashion designers
        • 2.4.2 Graphic designers
      • 2.5 Entertainers
        • 2.5.1 Comedians
        • 2.5.2 Dancers
        • 2.5.3 Music video directors
      • 2.6 Musicians and singers
        • 2.6.1 Classical
          • 2.6.1.1 Iranian Classical/traditional
          • 2.6.1.2 Modern / traditional
          • 2.6.1.3 Western Classical
        • 2.6.2 Electronic
        • 2.6.3 Pop
        • 2.6.4 Rap music
          • 2.6.4.1 Lyricists
        • 2.6.5 Rock/metal
      • 2.7 Painters, illustrators and sculptors
      • 2.8 Photographers
      • 2.9 Theatre artists
        • 2.9.1 Stage actors and actresses
        • 2.9.2 Theatre directors
    • 3 Journalism/media
      • 3.1 Bloggers
      • 3.2 Journalists
      • 3.3 Television personalities
    • 4 Leaders and politicians
    • 5 Literature figures
      • 5.1 Authors and poets
      • 5.2 Translators
    • 6 Religious figures
    • 7 Royalty
    • 8 Scientists, scholars, and academics
      • 8.1 Architects and Mi''mars
      • 8.2 Explorers and travellers
      • 8.3 Historians, archaeologists and Iranologists
      • 8.4 Linguists
      • 8.5 Intellectuals and philosophers
    • 9 Technology
      • 9.1 Video game, visual effects, computer imagery
    • 10 Sports
    • 11 Iranian women
    • 12 Other
      • 12.1 Famous Armenians of Iran
      • 12.2 Famous Assyrians of Iran
      • 12.3 Famous Americans in Iran
      • 12.4 Famous Germans in Iran
      • 12.5 Famous Iranians in America
      • 12.6 Famous Iranians in Canada
      • 12.7 Famous Iranians in Britain
      • 12.8 Famous Iranians in Germany
      • 12.9 Iranians in Australia
      • 12.10 Iranians in the Netherlands
      • 12.11 Iranians in Sweden
      • 12.12 Iranians in Egypt
      • 12.13 Famous Iranians in Pakistan
      • 12.14 Famous Iranians in India
      • 12.15 Persian Roman Catholic saints
    • 13 See also
    • 14 References
    In the newsArtists See also: List of Iranian artists Calligraphists
    • Gholam Hossein Amirkhani
    • Abolhassan Etessami
    • Mir Emad Hassani
    • Seyyed Jafar Kashfi
    • Yadollah Kaboli Khansari
    • Mishkín-Qalam
    • Jalil Rasouli
    • Mehdi Saeedi
    • Mir Ali Tabrizi
    CartoonistsCinema artists Actresses and male actorsDirectors and filmmakersFilm score composersDesigners Fashion designers
    • Pegah Anvarian
    • Nima Behnoud
    • Bijan
    • Shirin Guild
    • Behnaz Sarafpour
    • Sanaz Shirazi
    • Mahla Zamani
    Graphic designersEntertainers Comedians
    • Baba Ali, Islamic comedy
    • Max Amini
    • Omid Djalili
    • Negin Farsad
    • Shahin Jamie
    • Maz Jobrani
    • Shaparak Khorsandi
    • Hadi Khorsandi
    • Ebrahim Nabavi
    • Nasim Pedrad
    DancersMusic video directors
    • Alec Cartio
    • ]
    Musicians and singers[edit] See also: List of Iranian musicians Classical[edit] See also: List of Iranian composers Iranian Classical/traditional[edit]Modern / traditional[edit]Western Classical[edit]Electronic[edit]
    • Ali "Dubfire" Shirazinia
    • Ali Movasat (DJ Aligator)
    • Deep Dish
    • Leila Arab
    • Omid Nourizadeh
    • Senadee
    • Steve Naghavi from And One
    Pop[edit]

    (Sorted according to the first letter of the most famous name)

    • Afshin
    • Alireza Assar
    • Andy Madadian
    • Anousheh Khalili
    • Arash
    • Aref
    • Arian Band
    • Bijan Mortazavi
    • Darius Danesh
    • Dariush Eghbali
    • Delkash
    • Ebi (Ebrahim Hamedi)
    • Faramarz Aslani
    • Farhad
    • Fereidoun Foroughi
    • Googoosh
    • Habib
    • Hassan Sattar
    • Hassan Shamaizadeh
    • Hayadeh
    • Homeyra
    • Kouros
    • Leila Forouhar
    • Mahasti
    • Mansour
    • Mehrdad
    • Moein
    • Mohammad Esfahani
    • Mohammad Nouri
    • Nooshafarin
    • Omid
    • Pyruz
    • Reza Sadeghi
    • Senadee
    • Sepideh
    • Shadmehr Aghili
    • Shahkar Binesh Pazhooh
    • Shahram Shabpareh
    • Shahrokh
    • Shahrum K
    • Shohreh Solati
    • Siavash Ghomeyshi
    • Siavash
    • Susan Roshan
    • Vigen
    Rap music[edit]
    • Hichkas
    • Shahin Najafi
    • Yas
    • Erfan
    Lyricists[edit]
    • Aref Ghazvini
    • Hossein Monzavi
    • Maryam Heydarzadeh
    • Rahim Moeini Kermanshahi
    • Shahyar Ghanbari
    Rock/metal[edit]
    • Amir Derakh, from the band Orgy
    • Angband
    • Barad
    • Kiosk
    Painters, illustrators and sculptors[edit] See also: List of Iranian painters
    • Abolhassan Khan Sadighi
    • Ali Akbar Sadeghi
    • Aydin Aghdashloo
    • Bahram Soroush
    • Daryush Shokof
    • Farhad Sadeghi Amini
    • Freydoon Rassouli
    • Haydar Hatemi
    • Hossein Behzad
    • Hossein Valamanesh
    • Hossein Zenderoudi
    • Iran Darroudi
    • Jazeh Tabatabai
    • Kamal ol-Molk
    • Kamaleddin Behzad
    • Mahmoud Farshchian
    • Mani
    • Maryam Hashemi (Maryam Sandjari)
    • Mohammad Ali Taraghijah
    • Mohsen Vaziri-Moghaddam
    • Mokarrameh Ghanbari
    • Noreen Motamed
    • Parviz Tanavoli
    • Reza Abbasi
    • Shahla Aghapour
    • Shirazeh Houshiary
    • Siah Armajani
    • Sohrab Sepehri
    • Zhaleh Kazemi
    Photographers[edit]Theatre artists[edit] Stage actors and actresses[edit]
    • Ahmad Saatchian
    • Ali Nassirian
    • Behzad Farahani
    • Hayley Tamaddon
    • Kazem HajirAzad
    • Maryam Davari
    • Mehdi Bajestani
    • Mohammad Reza Jozi
    • Ramin Karimloo
    • Rosie Malek-Yonan
    • Roya Teymourian
    • Shamsi Fazlollahi
    • Shiva Boloorian
    Theatre directors[edit]
    • Akbar Radi
    • Bahram Bayzai
    • Behrouz Gharibpour
    • Ghotbeddin Sadeghi
    • Hengameh Mofid
    • Mohammad Yaghoubi
    • Mostafa Oskooyi
    • Rosie Malek-Yonan
    • Shiva Boloorian
    • Vahid Evazzadeh
    Journalism/media[edit] Bloggers[edit]
    • Hossein Derakhshan
    • Massoumeh Ebtekar
    • Mehdi Jami
    • Mohammad Ali Abtahi
    • Mojtaba Saminejad
    • Omid Memarian
    • Sina Motalebi
    Journalists[edit]Television personalities[edit]
    • Adel Ferdosipour, football announcer, Navad program
    • Ali Akbar Abdolrashidi, correspondent, commentator, anchorman
    • Alireza Jafarzadeh, Foreign Affairs Analyst, Fox News
    • Asieh Namdar, news anchor at CNN
    • Christiane Amanpour, television journalist, CNN
    • Maryam Namazi, news anchor at Al Jazeera (English section)
    • Reza Fazeli, actor, film director and opposition figure
    • Rudi Bakhtiar, news anchor, formerly with CNN and Fox News
    • Zia Atabay, TV presenter at NITV United
    Leaders and politicians[edit]

    The list here excludes the royalty. An extensive list of Persian royalty appears further down in this page.

    See also Ministerial Head of Government in Iran Heads of Government of Iran (1699-1907) and List of Prime Ministers of Iran.

    Historical (pre-Pahlavi Dynasty)[edit]
    • Abdol Hossein Mirza Farmanfarma, prime minister, multiple other roles
    • Abu Muslim, leader of the Persian uprising against Arabs
    • Amir-Kabir, Grand Vizier
    • Babak Khorram Din, leader of the Persian uprising against Arabs
    • Bagher Khan, constitutionalist leader
    • Bozorgmehr, sage and Grand Vizier of Sasanids
    • Colonel Pesian
    • Dr Talequani Heshmat, Jangali leader and ally of Mirza Kuchek Khan
    • Fazlollah Noori, conservative clergy opposing Constitutionalists; hanged
    • Ghaem Magham Farahani, prime minister
    • Hassan-e-Sabbah, sectarian political leader
    • Kaveh the blacksmith, mythical leader and liberator against the rule of Zahhak, an Arab king
    • Mahmud Khan Puladeen, senior military general
    • Maziar, son of Karan; leader of the Persian uprising against Arabs
    • Mirza Kuchek Khan, constitutionalist leader of Guilan
    • Mirza Mehdi Khan Astarabadi, Nader Shah''s Chief Minister
    • Mirza Reza Kermani, assassinated Nasereddin Shah
    • Mohammad Khiabani, popular leader during Constitutionalist Revolution
    • Mostowfi ol-Mamalek, prime minister
    • Nosrat Dowleh Firouz Mirza, provincial governor
    • Safi-ad-din Ardabili, spiritual founder of Safavid dynasty
    • Sattar Khan, constitutionalist leader
    Modern (post-Qajar)[edit] Pahlavi period[edit]
    • Abdol Karim Ayadi, personal physician to Reza Pahlavi
    • Ali Akbar Davar, minister, and founder of Iran''s modern Judiciary system
    • Amanullah Jahanbani, senior military leader, and father-in-law of Christiane Amanpour''s father
    • Amir Abdollah Tahmasebi, military leader
    • Ardeshir Zahedi
    • Bahram Aryana, military commander
    • Dr Ahmad Ahmadi, prison interrogator
    • Farokhroo Parsa, minister of education
    • George Malek-Yonan, procured a seat in Iran''s Parliament for Assyrians as a recognized minority
    • Hasan Arfa, Army General, Ambassador to Russia, Ambassador to Turkey
    • Hassan Modarres, member of Parliament
    • Hassan Pakravan, head of SAVAK
    • Heidar Arfaa, Conseiller d''État, Minister of Agriculture, Député-Majlis Fars Province
    • Hossein Fardoust, deputy head of SAVAK
    • Hossein Fatemi, Minister of Foreign Affairs
    • Hushang Ansary, Minister of Finance, President of NIOC
    • Karim Buzarjomehri, Army General military aide of Reza Shah, Mayor of Tehran
    • Mahmoud Khayami, industrialist
    • Mahmud Mahmud, politician
    • Manucher Mirza Farman Farmaian, director of sales for NIOC and Ambassador to Venezuela
    • Mohammad Hosein Airom, senior military leader
    • Nader Jahanbani, air force general, pilot
    • Nasser Moghaddam, head of SAVAK
    • Nematollah Nassiri, head of SAVAK
    • Abbas Mirza Farman Farmaian, Minister of Parliament
    • Sattareh Farman Farmaian, established first social worker schools in Iran
    • Sepahbod Ahmad Amir-Ahmadi, military leader
    • Seyyed Zia''eddin Tabatabaee
    • Shapour Bakhtiar, prime minister
    • Soraya Esfandiary Bakhtiari
    • Teymour Bakhtiar, head of SAVAK
    • Abdolhossein Teymourtash, Iranian statesman
    Served in Islamic Republic government[edit] See also: List of current Iranian officialsNot served or opposition[edit]
    • Abbas Amir-Entezam
    • Abdolrahman Ghasemlou
    • Abolghasem Kashani
    • Ahmad Zirakzadeh
    • Ali Shariati, sociologist
    • Alireza Rajaei
    • Asghar Parsa
    • Azam Taleghani
    • Bijan Jazani
    • Dariush Forouhar
    • Daryush Shokof, director of films Iran Zendan and Hitler''s Grave
    • Ezzatollah Sahabi
    • Gholam-Hossein Sadighi
    • Habibollah Peiman
    • Hashem Aghajari
    • Jafar Pishevari
    • Mahmoud Taleghani
    • Mansoor Hekmat
    • Maryam Rajavi
    • Masoud Rajavi, militant opposition leader
    • Mohsen Kadivar
    • Mousa Sadr
    • Nasser Zarafshan
    • Navvab Safavi, militant cleric
    • Parviz Varjavand
    • Reza Alamouti, Central Committee Member of the Organization of Iranian People''s Fedai Guerrillas; founder of Radio Aras
    • Roozbeh Farahanipour, founder of Marze Por Gohar
    • Shirin Ebadi, recipient 2003 Nobel Peace Prize
    • Yadollah Sahabi
    Other nations[edit]
    • Benazir Bhutto, former Prime Minister of Pakistan; half-Iranian (mother Nusrat Bhutto)
    • Dan Halutz, Chief of Staff of the Israeli Defense Forces
    • Goli Ameri, United States Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs
    • Maryam Yazdanfar, member of the Swedish parliament (Riksdag), Sweden
    • Moshe Katsav, former President of Israel
    • Tahia Kazem, former first lady of Egypt, wife of President Gamal Abdel Nasser
    • Nusrat Bhutto, former first lady of Pakistan
    • Omid Nouripour, member of the German parliament (Bundestag), Germany
    • Reza Moridi, member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Canada
    • Shaul Mofaz, Israeli Minister of Transport and a Deputy Prime Minister, and former Minister of Defense
    Literature figures[edit] Authors and poets[edit] Main article: Persian literature
    • See main list: List of Persian poets and authors
    Translators[edit]
    • Ali Akbar Abdolrashidi, author and translator
    • Karim Emami, author and translator
    • Majid M. Naini, author and translator
    • Mohammad Ghazi, translator
    • Shahrokh Meskoob, author and translator
    Religious figures[edit]

    See List of Marjas. See List of Ayatollahs.

    • Majlesi
    • The Báb, Prophet-Founder of the Bábi Faith
    • Bahá''u''lláh, Prophet-Founder of the Bahá''í Faith
    • ''Abdu''l-Bahá, Centre of the Covenant of the Bahá''í Faith
    • Haik Hovsepian Mehr, bishop and Christian martyr
    • Jamal al-Din Asadabadi
    • Mani, founder of Manichaeism
    • Mazdak, Religious and Social Reformer
    • Meher Baba, Indian spiritual master born to Iranian immigrant parents
    • Muhammad ibn Ismail ad-Darazi
    • Mulla Sadra
    • Safi-ad-din Ardabili
    • Salman the Persian
    • Zahed Gilani
    • Zoroaster, prophet
    Royalty[edit]

    See comprehensive list of Persian/Iranian royalty.

    Scientists, scholars, and academics[edit]

    See comprehensive List of Iranian scientists and engineers of the pre-modern age.

    See comprehensive List of Iranian scientists and engineers of the modern age.

    Architects and Mi''mars[edit] See also: List of Iranian architects and List of historical Iranian architectsExplorers and travellers[edit]
    • Ahmad ibn Rustah, 10th-century Persian explorer of Russia, Scandinavia and Arabia
    • Naser Khosrow, traveller, writer and poet
    Historians, archaeologists and Iranologists[edit]
    • Abbas Alizadeh
    • Abdolhossein Zarinkoob
    • Ahmad Kasravi
    • Alireza Shapour Shahbazi
    • Badiozzaman Forouzanfar
    • Ezzatolah Neghban
    • Kaveh Farrokh
    • Mehrdad Bahar
    • Mohammad Ali Eslami Nodooshan
    • Sadegh Malek Shahmirzadi
    • Touraj Atabaki
    • Touraj Daryaee
    Linguists[edit]
    • Ahmad Karimi-Hakkak
    • Ahmad Tafazzoli
    • Ali Akbar Abdolrashidi
    • Ehsan Yarshater
    • Jaleh Amouzgar
    • Mehrdad Bahar
    • Parviz Natel-Khanlari
    • Zabihollah Safa
    Intellectuals and philosophers[edit]Technology[edit] Video game, visual effects, computer imagery[edit]
    • Reza Mohammady, Human–computer interaction engineer
    • Hadi Partovi, founder of code.org, programmer at Microsoft and LinkedIn[1]
    • Habib Zargarpour, visual effects specialist, video game art director
    Sports[edit] See also: Category:Iranian sportspeople
    • Yu Darvish, MLB baseball player for the Texas Rangers
    • Abbas Jadidi, wrestler, Olympic silver medalist
    • Abdollah Movahed, wrestler, Olympic gold medalist
    • Adel Kolahkaj, football player
    • Alex Agase, American football player
    • Ali Daei, football player, top international goalscorer, world record holder
    • Ali Karimi, football player
    • Ali Parvin, football player and coach
    • Alireza Dabir, wrestler, Olympic gold medalist
    • Alireza Heidari, wrestler, Olympic bronze Mmdalist
    • Alireza Rezaei, wrestler, Olympic silver medalist
    • Amir Reza Khadem, Olympic Bronze Medalist wrestler
    • Andre Agassi, tennis player; his father was Assyrian-Armenian
    • Arash Miresmaili, judo world champion
    • Aravane Rezaï, tennis player
    • Behdad Salimi, weightlifter World Champion
    • Ebrahim Javadi, wrestler, Olympic bronze medalist
    • Ehsan Ghaemmaghami, chess grandmaster
    • Ehsan Hadadi, discus thrower, Asian record holder
    • Elshan Moradi, chess grandmaster
    • Emamali Habibi Goudarzi, wrestler, first Iranian Olympic gold medalist (Melbourne 1956)
    • Emmanuel Agassi, boxer at the 1948 and 1952 Olympics, father of Andre Agassi
    • George Issabeg, boxer at the 1948 and 1952 Olympics
    • George Malek-Yonan, Iran''s Champion of Champions in track & field and pentathlon
    • Ghasem Dehnavi, football player
    • Ghasem Hadadifar, football player
    • Ghasem Rezaei, wrestler
    • Hossein Rezazadeh, weightlifter, double Olympic champion (Sydney 2000, Athens 2004)
    • Javad Nekounam, football player
    • Khodadad Azizi, football player
    • Kianoush Rostami, weightlifter, world champion
    • Mahmoud Namjoo, weightlifter, Olympic silver medalist
    • Mahyar Monshipour, World Super Bantamweight Boxing Champion
    • Mansour Bahrami, tennis player
    • Mansour Barzegar, wrestler, Olympic silver medalist
    • Masoud Jokar, wrestler, Olympic silver medalist
    • Mehdi Mahdavikia, football player
    • Mohammad Ali Fardin, wrestler and actor
    • Mohammad Khadem, wrestler
    • Mohammad Mousavi, volleyball player
    • Mohammad Nassiri, weightlifter, Olympic gold medalist
    • Mohammad Reza Heidarian, futsal player
    • Rahman Rezaei, football player
    • Rasoul Khadem, Olympic gold medalist wrestler
    • Ruhollah Bigdeli, football player
    • Saeid Marouf, volleyball player
    • Shadi Paridar, chess Woman Grandmaster
    • Shawn Daivari, professional wrestler
    • Shoura Osipov, boxer at 1948 Olympics
    • T.J. Houshmandzadeh, NFL player
    • Vahid Hashemian, football player
    • Yossef Karami, Taekwondo world champion, Olympic bronze medalist
    • Andranik Teymourian, football player
    • Fereydoon Zandi, football player
    • Gholamreza Takhti, wrestler, Olympic gold medalist
    • Hadi Saei, taekwondo world champion, Olympic gold medalist
    • Hossein Tavakoli, weightlifter, Olympic gold medalist
    • Jaber Rouzbahani, basketball player
    • Khosrow Vaziri, professional wrestler
    • Leila Vaziri, swimmer, World Champion, world record holder
    • Vahid Shamsaei, futsal player, top international futsal goalscorer
    • Mika Zibanejad, ice hockey player for Ottawa Senators of the NHL
    • Daniel Rahimi, ice hockey player for San Jose Sharks of the NHL
    Iranian women[edit]

    See separate articles: Persian woman and List of Persian women.

    Other[edit]
    • Ali Dashti
    • Alireza Afzalipour, businessman and philanthropist; founder of Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman
    • Bijan Pakzad, designer
    • Farah Karimi, Iranian female Dutch Member of Parliament[2]
    • George Deukmejian, former Governor of California
    • Mehran Karimi Nasseri
    • Moshe Katsav, President of Israel
    • Ross Mirkarimi, member of San Francisco City Council from Green Party
    • Saadat Khan, first Nawab of Oudh in India
    • Shahram Entekhabi, Iranian-born artist and architect[3]
    • Shahram Jazayeri
    • Shahram Dabiri, lead producer responsible for the massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) World of Warcraft
    • Shaul Mofaz, Israeli Defense Minister
    • Wajid Ali Shah, last Nawab of Oudh, disposed of by the British East India Company
    • Zahra Eshraghi, granddaughter of Ayatollah Khomeini and wife of Mohammad Reza Khatami
    Famous Armenians of Iran[edit] See also: List of Armenian-Iranians
    • Andranik Teymourian
    • Andre Agassi, tennis champion
    • Emmanuel Agassi, 1948 and 1952 Olympics boxer representing Iran; father of Andre Agassi
    • Gegard Mousasi, MMA fighter
    • Haik Hovsepian Mehr, bishop and Christian martyr
    • Loris Tjeknavorian
    • Marcos Grigorian artist, scholar and actor
    • Mushegh Soruri
    • Ovannes Ohanian, first Iranian film director
    • Samuel Khachikian, film director
    • Varuzh Karim-Masihi, film editor and director
    • Vigen Derderian, singer
    • Yeprem Khan
    Famous Assyrians of Iran[edit] See also: List of Assyrian-Iranians
    • Freydun Atturaya, co-founder of the Assyrian Socialist Party
    • George Issabeg, 1948 and 1952 Olympics boxer representing Iran
    • George Malek-Yonan, politician and Champion of Champions of Iran
    • Issa Benyamin, calligraphist
    • Ivan Kakovitch (1933–2006), activist and writer (novel Mount Semele (2001))
    • Milton Malek-Yonan, inventor of converted rice
    • Paulus Khofri, composer and painter
    • Ramona Amiri, Miss Canada 2005
    • Rosie Malek-Yonan, actress, activist and author of book The Crimson Field
    • Shoura Osipov, 1948 Olympics boxer representing Iran
    • Shoura Osipov, Olympic boxer
    • Mar Youhannan Semaan Issayi, Archbishop of Assyro-Chaldean Metropolitan Tehran
    • Paul Caldani, composer, writer and music researcher
    Famous Americans in Iran[edit]
    • Howard Baskerville, Iran''s first American martyr
    • Joseph Cochran, second-generation American missionary in Urmiah; established first Iranian medical college
    • Arthur Millspaugh, Treasury General, Persia
    • Arthur Pope and Phyllis Ackerman, Persian culture revivalists
    • David Stronach
    • Elgin Groseclose, Treasury General, Persia
    • John Limbert
    • Justin Perkins, first American resident of Iran (1835)
    • Morgan Shuster, Treasury General, Persia
    • Richard Nelson Frye
    • Samuel M. Jordan, namesake of "Jordan Ave." in Tehran
    • William M. Miller
    Famous Germans in Iran[edit]Famous Iranians in America[edit]

    See separate article: List of Iranian Americans.

    Famous Iranians in Canada[edit]

    See article: Iranian-Canadian

    Famous Iranians in Britain[edit]

    List of British Iranians

    Famous Iranians in Germany[edit]

    Iranians in Germany

    Iranians in Australia[edit]

    Iranian Australian

    Iranians in the Netherlands[edit]

    Iranians in the Netherlands

    Iranians in Sweden[edit]

    Iranians in Sweden

    Iranians in Egypt[edit]
    • Tahia Kazem, wife of president Gamal Abdel Nasser; born in Egypt to Iranian parents
    Famous Iranians in Pakistan[edit]
    • Nusrat Bhutto, Iranian father and mother moved with family to Karachi, British India, before partition; married Zulfikar Ali Bhutto; father of Benazir Bhutto
    Famous Iranians in India[edit]

    See articles: Parsis or Iranian peoples

    • Ardeshir Irani, director of first Indian sound film Alam Ara; born in India to Iranian immigrant parents
    • Meher Baba, Indian spiritual master, parents were from Kerman
    • Sir Dinshah Irani, Zoroastrian leader
    Persian Roman Catholic saints[edit]

    See article List of Persian Roman Catholic saints

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