Mahtab Keramati is an actress and producer of cinema who was born in 1970 in Tehran, Iran. She entered in TV shows with "Men of Anjolos" and then starred in the film "Crystal Man" by Saeed Soheilizadeh for her first cinematic appearance. Many years later, Mahtab Keramati won Crystal Simorgh for First Role Actress and an Honorary Diploma from Fajr Film Festival for the "Twenty" by Abdol-Reza Kahani and "Alzheimer" by Ahmed Reza Motamedi. She has been featured in "Khak-E Sorkh" by Ebrahim Hatami Kia, "The Memorable Days" by Touraj Mansouri, Homayoun Shahnovaz, and "Dancing on Glasses" directed by Mehdi Golestaneh. Among the movies that she has played, "There Are Things You Don't Know " by Fardin Saheb Zamani, "Mazar Sharif" by Hasan Barzideh, "Majan" by Rahman Seifi Azad and "Old Road" by Manizheh Hekmat can be named.