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Mozhan Marnò is a Actor American born on 3 may 1980

Mozhan Marnò

Mozhan Marnò
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Nationality USA
Birth 3 may 1980 (40 years)

Mozhan Marnò (Persian: مژان مارنو‎‎) is an Iranian-American film and television actress.


Marnò was born in Los Angeles, California. She was educated at Phillips Academy, Andover in Massachusetts. She received her BA in French and German comparative literature from Barnard College of Columbia University and her MFA in Acting from the Yale School of Drama. She currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.

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Don Cheadle
Don Cheadle
(1 films)
Steve Martin
Steve Martin
(1 films)
Tom Hanks
Tom Hanks
(1 films)
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Filmography of Mozhan Marnò (4 films)

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A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, 1h39
Directed by Ana Lily Amirpour
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Fantastic, Horror, Romance, Western
Themes Feminist films, Vampires in film, Political films
Actors Marshall Manesh, Sheila Vand, Dominic Rains, Mozhan Marnò, Reza Sixo Safai, Pej Vahdat
Roles Atti 'The Prostitute'
Rating69% 3.4989253.4989253.4989253.4989253.498925
A young, hardworking Iranian man named Arash lives with and takes care of his heroin addicted father, Hossein. They are harassed by a cruel, drug-dealer pimp named Saeed, who seizes the young man’s prized car in exchange for money the father owes him. In a crime of opportunity, Arash steals a pair of diamond earrings from the wealthy young woman he works for. The pimp comes across a strange, young woman in a chador at night, and back at his apartment she grows long fangs and goes for his neck. As she leaves she passes by the young man, who has come to offer the earrings for his car. He finds the drug dealer dead, taking back his car keys, along with the drugs and cash. The young man dresses up as Dracula, and goes to a night club where he is seduced into taking one of the “X” pills he is selling by a young woman he knows. Under the influence, he is rejected by her, and ends up lost at night on the street.
The Stoning of Soraya M., 1h56
Directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Crime
Themes Films about sexuality
Actors Shohreh Aghdashloo, Jim Caviezel, Mozhan Marnò, Parviz Sayyād, Navid Negahban, David Diaan
Roles Soraya M.
Rating79% 3.9984153.9984153.9984153.9984153.998415
Stranded in the remote Iranian village of Kuhpayeh by car trouble, a journalist is approached by Zahra, a woman with a harrowing tale to tell about her niece, Soraya, and the bloody circumstances of Soraya's death, by stoning, the previous day. The two sit down as Zahra recounts the story to Freidoune, who records the conversation with his tape recorder. The journalist must escape with his life to tell the story to the rest of the world.
Traitor (2008)
, 1h54
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Spy, Crime
Themes Spy films, Films about terrorism
Actors Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Neal McDonough, Jeff Daniels, Saïd Taghmaoui, Simon Reynolds
Roles Leyla
Rating69% 3.4984553.4984553.4984553.4984553.498455
Samir Horn (Don Cheadle) is an Arabic-speaking Sudanese-American and devout Muslim. His Sudanese father was killed by a car bomb when he was a child. As an adult, Horn is first seen operating as an arms dealer. While negotiating a deal with Omar (Saïd Taghmaoui) in Yemen he is arrested and thrown into a Yemeni jail. Later, Samir and Omar become friends and when Omar's people arrange an escape, he takes Samir with them.
Charlie Wilson's War, 1h40
Directed by Mike Nichols
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Biography, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Documentary, Spy, Historical
Themes Spy films, Politique, Films about terrorism, Political films
Actors Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams, Om Puri, Emily Blunt
Roles Refugee Camp Translator #2
Rating69% 3.4979353.4979353.4979353.4979353.497935
The film opens with a large gathering inside an aircraft hangar. Everyone is attending a private ceremony for Democratic U.S. Representative Charlie Wilson (Tom Hanks), who is receiving a major commendation for supporting the U.S. clandestine services. As everyone looks in admiration upon a clearly moved Wilson, the movie goes back in time.