Morteza Ahmadi was born on 1 November 1924 in south Tehran. He grew up in a working class part of Maktab and later attended Manouchehri School at first and later to Roushan and Sharaf high schools. At age 16, Ahmadi started playing football and joined to his school’s football team. Later, he joined to Rah Ahan and played for the club’s amateur team until 1944. He then employed at Iranian Railways as repairman. In addition to being one of the most successful figures in the Iranian cinema, Ahmadi was famous for his dubbing career. He was also known for singing different songs, including innovative types. Among Ahmadi’s works are Autobus, Madrak-e Jorm (exhibit piece) and Khane-kharab (homeless). Morteza Ahmadi died on 21 December 2014 at 11 A.M. at his private house in Tehran.His funeral was held on 24 December and was buried at Behesht-e Zahra cemetery.