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Sepideh Ahmadi

Aliases
No known aliases.
Occupation
Actress
Born
2006-12-21

Biography

Spouse: Natasha Kumanov (2035)

Sepideh Ahmadi is an actress, producer, and model with dual American and Iranian citizenship. Her first role was in the 2024 television crime procedural CSI Abbottabad, but mainstream success came when she was cast as Priya Saleh in The Dark Desert (2026) opposite Claire Danes. In 2033, Ahmadi starred in the political drama Seven Kingdoms. Her performance received widespread critical acclaim and she earned her first Academy Award for Best Actress, her second Golden Globe Aware, the SAG Award, the BAFTA Award, and the BFCA Award in 2041.

In 2033, Ahmadi starred in the political drama Seven Kingdoms. Her performance received widespread critical acclaim and she earned her first Academy Award for Best Actress, her second Golden Globe Aware, the SAG Award, the BAFTA Award, and the BFCA Award in 2041.

Filmography

  • Lost in Your Eyes (2035)
  • The Dark Desert (2034)
  • Seven Kingdoms (2033)
  • The Faceless

Spoiler Biography

In 2038, Paramount announced they had bought the film rights to Solomon Boas's best-selling book Take Me Home, a novelization of Ahmadi's abduction by Vitra Synth employee Doyle Kagan in 2035. # Personal Life In 2035, Ahmadi was abducted by Vitra Synth employee Doyle Kagan after a procedure to transfer Ahmadi's consciousness to a synthetic body. Though original bodies are typically destroyed, Kagan instead erased portions of Ahmadi's memories and took her to a bunker on his Montana ranch. Somehow, Kagan was able to convince Ahmadi that she had lost her memories and that the world was embroiled in a synthetic war. Most important, it was not safe to leave the bunker. Ahmadi eventually began to suspect Kagan was lying. She attempted escape, but was turned away by synthetics. Eventually, she chose death over captivity, and plunging through the small area surrounding the bunker, she found her vision of the world had been nothing but augmented reality perpetrated by Kagan. Ahmadi returned to civilization and learned she had transferred her mind into a synthetic body. A lawsuit against Vitra Synth and The Kagan Group was settled out of court.

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