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Nasim Pedrad

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Full Name: Nasim Pedrad
Profession: actress
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Nasim Pedrad is an Iranian-American actress and comedian best known for her roles in the films Alladin and The Princess Bride. She began her acting career after graduating from high school and has since starred in a number of TV episodes and films in the Hollywood globe.

The actress was born in Tehran and has been on Saturday Night Live for five seasons. She has voiced roles in The Lorax and Despicable Me 2 in addition to her entertainment career.

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Does She Have A Husband Or Is She A Lesbian?

Nasim Pedrad’s personal life is shrouded in secrecy. There is no information about her probable lover because the famous actress has managed to keep her dating activities hidden.

Her romantic story has piqued the imagination of her admirers and audiences despite the lack of information about her relationship.

However, it is known that throughout her high school years, she had a huge infatuation on two celebrities, Conan O’Brien and Macaulay Culkin. She had a vision board in her bedroom with photographs of the movie “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York,” Claire Danes, Destiny’s Child, and O’Brien, according to insiders.

She played a 14-year-old adolescent Persian boy in the TBS series Chad, which sparked a lot of controversy and conjecture about her sexuality.

She is not a gay or lesbian because she likes boys, despite the fact that she played a boy in the film.

Movies & TV Shows; Net Worth

Nasim Pedrad’s net worth is derived from her professional work as an actor and comedian. Her estimated net worth of $3 million has been broken.

She went on to perform in various productions after graduation, including the one-woman show Me, Myself & Iran at the ImprovOlympic Los Angeles branch and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater with the Sunday Company at The Groundlings. The show was chosen for the HBO Comedy Festival in 2007. She won a LA Weekly Best Comedic Performance of the Year award for her role as the lead in the comedy spinoff After School Special. Then, on an episode of Gilmore Girls, she made her television debut. In 2007, she appeared as a guest on The Winner, and two years later, she joined the cast of Saturday Night Live in its 35th season.

In 2011, she gave her voice to the Fox animated series Allen Gregory. She was offered a tiny role in the 2011 film No Strings Attached and a role in the 2012 picture The Dictator the same year. She also had a supporting role in the animated feature film The Lorax, in which she voiced a character.

In 2013, she reprised her role as a supporting character in Despicable Me 2. She was cast as an LAPD officer in a regular guest role on the Fox sitcom New Girl in early 2015. After a year, she starred in an Old Navy commercial starring comedian Kumai Nanjiani and other SNL cast members Cecily Strong and Jay Pharoah.

She has also acted in films such as No Strings Attached and The Dictator, as well as voiced characters in The Lorax and Despicable Me 2. Her acting career includes roles on The Meredith Vieira Show, Mulaney, People of Earth, and New Girl, among others.

She recently starred in the 2019 film Alladin, in which she played Dalia.

Siblings And Family

Nasim Pedrad was raised in Tehran by her Muslim parents, Arasteh Amani and Parviz Pedrad, who also raised her sister Nina Pedrad. Nina is a comedic writer that penned the New Girl episode.

She initially left Iran and lived with her mother in Germany for a year. Nasim arrived to the United States with her family when she was three years old, in 1984. Her 97-year-old Iranian grandmother passed away in 2018.

Wiki & Bio, Height, Education

Nasim Pedrad celebrates her birthday on November 18th, 1981, in Tehran, Iran. She is of Persian descent and maintains the Iranian nationality. She is 5 feet and 4 inches (1.63 m) tall, with a healthy body weight and dimensions.

Karate was something she learned as a child. She went to UCLA School of Theatre for her schooling and graduated in 2003.