Leila Hatami was born on 1 October 1972. She is an Iranian on-screen character. She is the girl of executive Ali Hatami and on-screen character Zari Khoshkam, and is hitched to performer Ali Mosaffa. She had a couple of short appearances amid her adolescence which included parts in the Hezar Dastan TV arrangement and the Kamalolmolk motion picture, and also a part in 1991 as a visually impaired Turkish princess in Delshodegan.
Having showed up in bit parts in some of her dad’s films, Hatami’s first lead film appearance was the title part in the 1996 filmLeila, coordinated by Dariush Mehrjui. She got the Diploma of Honor for Best Actress from the fifteenth Fajr Film Festival.
Her part in The Deserted Station 2002 won the best on-screen character recompense from the 26th Montreal World Film Festival. She has showed up in her spouse’s movies as an executive, Portrait of a Lady Far Away and The Last Step. She additionally outlined the sets and the outfits of The Last Step and got a selection at the Fajr Film Festival for best creation outline and ensemble plan. In 2012 A Separation won the Academy Award for best remote film in which Hatami assumed the main female part.