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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 12 April 1959Tehran, Iran
Height 5' 11" (1.8 m)

Mini Bio (1)

David Diaan has built an impressive career as an acclaimed Iranian American Actor, Writer, and Producer. David came to the United States as a teenager and completed high school in the Midwest. He then studied Radio, Television, & Journalism at the University of Missouri Columbia. David's first endeavor in the entertainment world began when he founded Liquid Productions together with other talents such as popular stand-up comedian Maz Jobrani. Since then, David has continued to write, produce and star in an array of successful theatrical productions. In the year 2000, despite the strict laws and censorship in Iran, David returned to direct and produce the heartfelt documentary "Iran is My Home". In 2004, David's screenplay for the biopic entitled "The Apology" won first place at the Slamdance Screenplay Competition. In 2007 David founded Sublime Entertainment and produced "Convict" in which he starred alongside Kevin Durand and Peter Stormare. In 2008, David's dramatic performance alongside Emmy Award Winner, Shohreh Aghdashloo in "The Stoning of Soraya M.", earned him much praise and excellent reviews. David has appeared as a guest-star in popular TV shows including Homeland, NCIS, The Unit, Parks and Recreation, and Weeds. David is a prolific artist, entrepreneur and humanitarian.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Patricia Llanes

Trivia (1)

His screenplay, "The Apology", co-written by Amir Ohebsion and Babak Shokrian, took first place in the 2004 Slamdance Film Festival Screenplay Competition, announced at the Writer's Guild of America in Los Angeles.

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