David K. Zandi Poster


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Overview (3)

Born in Iran
Nickname Prince David
Height 5' 9" (1.75 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Prince David Zandi is a member of the Iranian royal family, working as a Motion Picture Executive in the U.S. Prince David attended a Diplomatic High School in Switzerland from 1994 to 1996, during the same time he worked as a fashion model. In 1996, after high school, Prince David moved to New York City to study acting and later attended UCLA for directing and cinematography. In the Summer of 1997, he took a job at the United Nations HQ in New York, working as a Liaison between the Procurement Division and Headquarters Committee on Contracts. In 2000, Zandi took a job on Wall Street as an Entertainment and Financial Analyst, he dealt primarily with Media and studio stocks (Time Warner, News Corp, Viacom, Disney, Sony and GE). In 2003, Prince David worked as a Production Coordinator. He was promoted to Production Executive in 2004. In 2007, Prince David Zandi launched Vengeance Media a Motion Pictures financing house. He is presently working as a Producer and Actor on select motion pictures. June 14, 2007.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: BV

Trivia (14)

Is a champion equestrian
Once when skydiving, his main parachute failed to open.
Played Ice Hockey, Volleyball and football in high school
Studied Fencing, Roman Sword Fighting in England
Studied martial arts as a child (Kick Boxing, Tae Kwon Do, Karate)
He loves going skiing in the winter.
Worked on Wall Street as a Entertainment Analyst from 1999 to 2003
Worked at the United Nations HQ for 6 months in 1997, when he first moved to New York to attend acting school.
Turned down the offer to be a model for Gucci and Calvin Klein to stay in acting school.
Father is a Surgeon and OBGYN, Mother is a Dentist.
Coached his girlfriend with her acting and speech in 2001 so she could work on his project.
According to historical records he is one of the last male members of the Zand dynasty which rules the Persian Empire 1747 to 1779. His great, great, great grandpa was Karim Khan Zand. He was a compassionate ruler who refused to assume the title of shahanshah (king of kings) but used that of the vakil (regent). The civil war that followed Karim Khan's death ended only with the final establishment of the Qajar dynasty. His death in 1779 was followed by internal dissensions and disputes over successions. Karim Khan appears to have been a wise and just ruler and was greatly mourned on his death in 1779. Between 1779 and 1789 five Zand kings ruled briefly. In 1789 Lotf Khan (ruled 1789 to 94) proclaimed himself as the new Zand king and took energetic action to put down a rebellion led by Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar that had begun at Karim Khan's death. Outnumbered by the superior Qajar forces, Lotf Khan was finally defeated and captured at Kerman in 1794. His defeat marked the final eclipse of the Zand dynasty, which was supplanted by that of the Qajars.
Worked as a Production Executive from 2003 to 2005.
Beverly Hills, California. [June 2007]

Personal Quotes (10)

In this world, there are many forms of deception, but perhaps the greatest of them all, is self-deception.
The most significant legacy you can leave behind is not on a resume or in a bank account - it is in your character, in a life with loyalty, integrity and truth.
Those whom we love, are often the most alien to us.
Never grow overconfident. Never grow arrogant... for then you will grow careless and your enemies will exploit your weakness.
Who at the best knows in the end the triumphs of high achievements and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly.
I think luck is the sense to recognize an opportunity and the ability to take advantage of it... the man who can smile at his breaks and grab his chances gets on.
I have nothing to fear, for I have nothing to hide. A man who lives without secrets, is one who lives in peace.
I do not think of what is lost, only what is yet to be gained.
At the end of the day... regardless of what you've accomplished... it is only the good deeds that truly matter. How many have you aided, how many lives have you effected.
Even as Talent, I see it as my sole duty to do that which is in the best interest of the Studio, regardless of my own personal desires.

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