Shafiee-Jam, Reza (born June 30, 1971, Tehran)
Reza Shafiee-Jam, despite having a degree in Graphic Design, has pursued theater and acting.
In 1992, he starred in 'Two Travel Companions' by Asghar Hashemi.
He wrote segments for the comedy series 'Happy Hour' (1994) in which he also acted. The comedy brought him fame.
In 2002, he was nominated for an Iran Cinema Celebration award for Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role for 'Low Heights' (2001).
He has acted in series such as 'Children's Cable TV' (1992), 'No Words Needed' (2001), 'Aqaqiya Alley' (2003), 'Dotted Line' (2004), 'The Grand Prize' (2005), 'Barareh Nights' (2005), 'Mozaffar’s Garden' (2006), 'Sweet and Sour' (2007), 'Checkered' (2007), 'A Message from the Afterlife' (2008), 'In the Eye of the Storm' (2008), 'I'm Just Kidding' (2013), and 'Kimia' (2015).
He has also appeared in movies such as 'The Wrong Guy' (1998), 'The Miracle of Laughter' (1999), 'My Duckling' (2002), 'Pink' (2002), 'The Wrong Wife' (2005), 'Tickles' (2006), 'The Extremists' (2009), 'Wedding Rings' (2009), 'Red Light' (2009), 'Shy Suitor' (2009), 'Hanging in the Balance' (2010), and 'A Runaway from Bagbo' (2011).