Babak Hamidian is an actor of cinema and television who was born in 1981 in Tehran, Iran. He started his playing in "Mazrae-ye pedari" movie by Rasoul Molagholipour. He won the Best Second Role Actor Award from the Fajr Film Festival for the movie "Cheh" by Ibrahim Hatami Kia and "Hussein Who Said No" directed by Ahmad Reza Darvish. His other movies are, "No Money" by Hamid Nematollah's, "Absolute Rest" by Abdolreza Kahani, "Hush! Girls Don't Scream" by Pouran Derakhshandeh and "Bodyguard" directed by Ibrahim Hatami Kia.