June 22, 2024

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Nasser Tahmasb, a veteran voice actor and announcer, passed away

Nasser Tahmasb, the enduring voice of the dubbing arena, died yesterday due to a stroke at the age of 84.

Theater Online: Nasser Tahmasb, one of the leading voice actors of our country’s cinema and television, died yesterday, December 22nd, due to a stroke.

Nasser Tahmasb, born in 1939 in Tehran, is a voice actor and voice actor. He started his career as a dubber before the Islamic revolution and then became the supervisor of announcers and dubbing manager.

In recent years, his voice was mostly heard in many controversial political documentaries, such as the memories of the abandoned house, I am a technocrat, meeting in closed circuit, the mystery of the queen, Tayeb and the documentary series against the storm.

Tahmasb grew up in a large family with 8 brothers and sisters on Abbasi Street, he is the elder brother of Iraj Tahmasb, the host and creator of Kolah ghermezi program.

His voice was greatly appreciated in the series “Hezar Dostan” between 1979 and 1987 in the role of Ali Nasirian, but his fame was mostly with the series “Army of Secrets” in 1992. His voice was much appreciated in the role of Commander Kessler of the secret army and the cartoon Yogi.

The late Nasser Tahmasb’s voice was also reminiscent of great actors from the world cinema, and many times he portrayed actors such as Henry Fonda, Gary Cooper, Humphrey Bogart, Cary Grant, James Stewart, Richard Harris, William Holden, Steve McQueen, and Gene Hackman with his voice. Dustin Hoffman, Kevin Spacey, Al Pacino, Daniel Day-Lewis and especially Jack Nicholson gave a new dimension to Iranian audiences.