Sepideh Moafi is an actress and singer born in Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany, on September 18, 1985. She got her first on-screen credit in 2013, guest-starring as Aaliya Zaki in the fourth season four of CBS's Blue Bloods. She played Dr. Farrah Mahmoud in Black Box and Mrs. Harrison in Nurse Jackie.
In 2014, Sepideh appeared as Sylmar Knausgaard in The Good Wife and Lisa Martinez in Unforgettable. She was Susan in Quest: The Truth Always Rises. Her role in The L Word: Generation Q won her Outstanding Supporting or Guest Actor Playing an LGBTQ+ Character in a Drama Series at the 2022 Autostraddle TV Awards. She starred in The Killing of Two Lovers, The Deuce, and Falling Water.
Sepideh is an Advisory Board Member of Talent Beyond Boundaries and Eat Offbeat. She is an ambassador of the International Rescue Committee and Other Side Lit Mag. She has appeared on Hollywood First Look Features, Stars in the House, PoliticKING with Larry King, and Noches con Platanito.
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