Jamshid Shah Mohammadi was born in 1937 in Tehran and has been acting since he was a teenager. In 1962, he went to the United States to continue his education in acting and studied at the Carnegie Hall Academy in New York for 6 years. He returned to Iran in 1969 and after being employed in the Ministry of Culture and Arts at that time, he taught in various colleges. He has been acting and producing since 1985. During his teaching years, he directed and translated several plays as follows. Translation of the plays: "Jewish Wife" (Bertolt Brecht), "Brave" (Howarthie Han), "Strange Story" (Tennessee Willianer), "Corpse", "Snow", "Summer", rewritten by Mahmoud Ostad Mohammad. Directing plays: