Here are 19 famous musicians from Iran died before 35:
Mohammad Beheshti (April 5, 2015 Isfahan-June 28, 1981 Tehran) was an Iranian politician and cleric. He had four children, Ali-Reza Beheshti, Mohammad-Reza Beheshti, Molok Soltan Beheshti and Mahbobe Soltan Beheshti.
He died as a result of assassination.
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Forough Farrokhzad (January 5, 1935 Tehran-February 13, 1967 Darband, Tehran) a.k.a. Forugh Farrojzad or Forugh Farrokhzad was an Iranian writer, film director, poet and film editor. She had two children, Kāmyār Shapour and Hossein Mansouri.
She died in traffic collision.
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Sadegh Ghotbzadeh (April 5, 2015 Isfahan-September 15, 1982 Tehran) was an Iranian politician.
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Parvin E'tesami (March 16, 1907 Tabriz-April 5, 1941 Qom) was an Iranian writer and poet.
She died in typhoid fever.
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Shahriar Shafiq (March 15, 1945 Rabat-December 7, 1979 Paris) was an Iranian politician and military officer. He had two children, Prince Nader Shafiq and Prince Dara Shafiq.
He died caused by firearm.
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Farzad Bazoft (May 22, 1958 Iran-March 15, 1990) was an Iranian journalist.
He died caused by hanging.
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Mehran Ghassemi (April 8, 1977 Shiraz-January 9, 2008 Tehran) was an Iranian journalist.
He died as a result of cardiovascular disease.
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Mahmoud Saremi (April 5, 1968-August 8, 1998) was an Iranian journalist.
He died caused by murder.
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Leila Pahlavi (March 27, 1970 Tehran-June 10, 2001 London) a.k.a. Princess Leila Pahlavi, Princess Leila, Princess of Iran or Leila was an Iranian personality.
She died caused by suicide.
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Mohammed Bijeh (February 7, 1975 Iran-March 16, 2005) was an Iranian personality.
He died in hanging.
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Khosrow Golsorkhi (January 22, 1944 Rasht-February 18, 1974 Tehran) also known as Khosro Golsorkhi was an Iranian personality.
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Abbas Doran (October 22, 1950 Shiraz-July 1, 1982 Baghdad) was an Iranian personality.
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Mohammad Boroujerdi (April 5, 2015 Iran-May 22, 1983 Kurdistan Province) was an Iranian personality.
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André Hossein (April 5, 2015 Samarkand-August 9, 1983 Paris) also known as Andre Hossein, A. Hossein, André Gosselain, Aminoullah Husseinov or Aminollah Hossein was an Iranian film score composer and composer. He had one child, Robert Hossein.
His discography includes: Toi le venin / Le Vampire de Düsseldorf, J'ai tué Raspoutine, Bandes originales des films de Robert Hossein, Les Misérables and .
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Ali Reza Pahlavi (March 1, 1922 Tehran-October 17, 1954 Alborz) a.k.a. Prince Ali Reza, Prince of Iran or Ali Reza Pahlavi was an Iranian personality. His child is Patrick Ali Pahlavi.
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Siyyid `Alí Muḥammad Shírází (October 20, 1819 Shiraz-July 9, 1850 Tabriz) also known as Bab, Báb or ʻAlī Muḥammad Shīrāzī Bāb was an Iranian preacher, merchant and writer. He had one child, Ahmad.
He died in firearm.
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Poopak Goldarreh (July 30, 1971 Tehran-April 16, 2006 Tehran) was an Iranian actor.
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Rais Ali Delvari (April 5, 1882 Delvar-September 3, 1915 Bushehr) was an Iranian personality.
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Seyed Karim Amiri Firuzkuhi (April 5, 2015 Farahabad, Tehran-April 5, 1984 Tehran) was an Iranian personality. He had one child, Amir Banoo Karimi.
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