BORN: 5/11/52, Tehran, Iran
INDUCTED: 2017, 80-percent majority
Shohreh Aghdashloo emerged from Iran in the pre-Ayatollah era as an actress with thick and strong hairstyles. She's shown a wide range of looks over her career, but often has shown hair that attracts Hair Fan interest while resting at the brink of collapse in her eyes.
Aghdashloo's breakthrough film was The Report in 1977. She displayed a well-set short style, with mystery over what might happen if curls in the back somehow came loose. At least a trace of curl has been evident in many of Aghdashloo's looks, frequently in a way that can entice interest.
When Aghdashloo won a Supporting Actress Emmy Award in 2009 for the miniseries House of Saddam, her hair was impressive enough to make a Super-Hair "best of show" ballot. She finished a competitive third, outvoting an Ultimate 50 member more than 30 years after her film debut. That timelessness with quality hair inspired many to make Aghdashloo the first Hall of Fame member from Asia.
FOR A HISTORIC COLLECTION OF AGHDASHLOO PHOTOS: An IMDb gallery
FOR MORE RECENT PHOTOS: Getty Images
FOR UPDATED PICTURES: Aghdashloo's Twitter feed
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