TEHRAN, Apr. 17 (Mehr News Agency) -- Iranian actress Pupak Goldarreh died at the age of 35 in Tehran's Mehr Hospital on Friday evening after being in a coma for eight months as result of a car crash in northern Iran, an official of the hospital reported.
Goldarreh became famous for her role in Behruz Baqaii's TV series "The Sweet Dream of the Sea" (1999), though she had previously acted in Mehran Modiri's sitcom TV series "The Happy Time" (1994).
She then appeared in the relatively obscure film "End of the Game" (2000) by Homayun Asa'adian, but she proved herself with the weighty role she had in Ebrahim Hatamikia's "The Dead Wave" (2000).
Her other credits include Bijan Birang's "Cinderella" (2001) and several TV series such as "Narges" and "The Kind Spirit".
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