Siamak Atlasi, the veteran Iranian actor and writer passed away on Sunday morning in Farmanieh Hospital in Tehran after a short illness due to the infection of coronavirus.
Atlasi was professional in the field of dubbing, too.
He was born in Urmia in 1936 and started his artistic activity in 1963.
Atlasi made his debut in 1972 in director Saber Rahbar’s thriller, “The Cruel Men”.
He later worked in over 40 movies, including “Maybe Some Other Time” by Bahram Beizai, “Beyond the Fire” by Kianush Ayyari and “The Fateful Day” by Shahram Asadi.
Honar Online extends its condolences on the death of this Iranian cinema actor to his family and the country's cinema community.