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Nazanin Boniadi Dating Status, Boyfriend, Height & Movies Details

By Laxmi Dahal | On: 25 Dec, 2019
Nazanin Boniadi Dating Status, Boyfriend, Height & Movies Details

Nazanin Boniadi is an American actress who is in the way to make her fame in Hollywood. 

Initially, before making it to the screen, she dreamt of pursuing a career in the medical field. With an ambition to become a physician, she attended the University of California, where she studied pre-med and even achieved higher grades.

Moreover, she also won a prestigious award for her research into heart transplants rejection. But, what is meant to be will be.

No one has control over the faith, and Nazanin is on the screen today, portraying different characters. 

Bio, Age Plus Height of Nazanin Boniadi

Nazanin Boniadi stands at an average height of 5 feet 3 inches(1.62m).

She was born on 22nd May 1982 to Iranian parents in Tehran. 

As she was born at the time of the Iranian revolution, her parents did not have any option rather than to relocate to London, England safely. Thereafter, the family started living peacefully in London, and Nazanin was raised with an emphasis on education. 

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Nazanin moved to the United States for her higher education. So, she holds a British-American dual citizen. Although she was being brought up away from her homeland, she is fluent in both English and Persian. 

Dating History Of Nazanin Boniadi

The love life of How I Met Your Mother star is very interesting. She dated the heartthrob of Hollywood, Tom Cruise.

They were in a relationship for a year from 2004 to 2005. However, Nazanin was unaware of the fact that she was dating Tom as she was told she was given a special assignment by the Scientology, a church where she was a member back then. Similarly, she was asked to end her relationship with her then-boyfriend.

Though the first month of the relationship was bliss, tension soon aroused between the two.

Nazanin was inhumanly punished when she went against Tom and Scientology when he demanded her teeth were filed down.

Moreover, she was punished with menial labor. Her punishment was to scrub toilets with a toothbrush, cleaning bathroom tiles with acid, and digging ditches in the middle of the night. 

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Later, Nazanin moved in with Tom. But shortly, she was asked to move into Scientology’s Celebrity Centre, leading the two in different paths. And, no wonder, the reason for their split was Tom himself, who wanted someone with a better personality.

Her Movie And TV Shows Details

Nazanin Boniadi is gradually making her mark in the entertainment industry, including both movies and television. She shared SAG Award nomination in the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series category in 2015. 

She has a total of 33 credits in her name. However, most of her credits include her TV series.

Nazanin Boniadi attends the Award function with friends on 5th December 2019(Photo: Nazanin Boniadi's Instagram)

Among her many television credits, her portrayal as Nora in seasons six and seven of How I Met Your Mother in 2005 is still the most loved character of hers to date.

Similarly, she co-starred as CIA analyst in two seasons of Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning drama Homeland.

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In movies, she made her appearance as Amira Ahmed in Jon Favreau's Iron Man (2008). Similarly, she portrayed a young mother, Elaine, in Paul Haggis' The Next Three Days (2010). 

Now, the owner of a total net worth of $2Million actress is seen as Rudi Bakhtiar in the series Bombshell. 

Social Life Of Nazanin Boniadi

Aside from making her appearances on the screen, Nazanin is also a human rights activist. She served as a spokesperson for Amnesty International USA (AIUSA) from 2009 to 2015.

She has been still continuing as a partner with the non- profit as an AIUSA Artist of Conscience. Further, Nazanin was selected as a term membership by the Council of Foreign Relations in 2014. 


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