Ali-Reza Pahlavi
Iranian prince
Ali-Reza Pahlavi
Not to be confused with his uncle Ali Reza Pahlavi I, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi's brother, who died in a plane crash in October 1954 Prince Alireza Pahlaviشاهزاده علیرضا پهلوی Prince of Iran File:AliRezaPahlavi.
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Ihr toter Sohn macht sie zur Oma - BUNTE.de
Google News - over 5 years
Prinz Ali Reza Pahlavi, der jüngste Sohn des ehemaligen Schahs Mohammad Reza Pahlavi von Persien (†60) und seiner dritten Frau Farah Diba, hatte sich in seinem Haus in Boston erschossen. Der Prinz, der an der Elite-Universität Harvard studiert hatte,
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Paid Notice: Deaths PAHLAVI, ALI REZA
NYTimes - about 6 years
PAHLAVI--Ali Reza. Kane Lodge No. 454 F. & A.M. mourns with profound sorrow the death on January 4, 2011, of Bro. Ali Reza Pahlavi. Ali was raised in Kane Lodge in December, 1991 and was active both in New York and Washington D.C. Masonry, its many concordant bodies here and in France. Ali shall be fondly remembered as a true gentleman and friend
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Paid Notice: Deaths PAHLAVI, HIH PRINCE ALI REZA
NYTimes - about 6 years
PAHLAVI--HIH Prince Ali Reza. Armao and Company mourns the sudden loss of our esteemed Vice Chairman and Counselor, His Imperial Highness Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi of Iran. Born in Tehran in 1966, He obtained a B.A. from Princeton University in 1984, a Masters Degree from Columbia in 1992 and attended Harvard University in pursuit of a Ph.D. in
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Paid Notice: Deaths PAHLAVI, HIH PRINCE ALI REZA
NYTimes - about 6 years
PAHLAVI--HIH Prince Ali Reza. Armao and Company mourns the sudden loss of our esteemed Vice Chairman and Counselor, His Imperial Highness Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi of Iran. Born in Tehran in 1966, He obtained a B.A. from Princeton University in 1984, a Masters Degree from Columbia in 1992 and attended Harvard University in pursuit of a Ph.D. in
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Paid Notice: Deaths PAHLAVI, HIH PRINCE ALI REZA
NYTimes - about 6 years
PAHLAVI--HIH Prince Ali Reza. Armao and Company mourns the sudden loss of our esteemed Vice Chairman and Counselor, His Imperial Highness Prince Ali Reza Pahlavi of Iran. Born in Tehran in 1966, He obtained a B.A. from Princeton University in 1984, a Masters Degree from Columbia in 1992 and attended Harvard University in pursuit of a Ph.D. in
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    FORTIES
  • 2011
    Age 44
    On August 5, 2011 a statement from the official website of Prince Alireza's brother, Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi, read: On behalf of my family, I wish to inform our compatriots & friends of the birth of Iryana Leila daughter of our beloved Alireza, on July 26th, 2011.
    More Details Hide Details The Prince's only child, Iryana Leila, was born out of wedlock and nearly seven months after his death. Empress Farah Pahlavi confirmed that Iryana Leila is a full member of the Imperial house and a Princess of Iran.
    Although he struggled for years to overcome his sorrow, he finally succumbed, and during the early morning hours of the 4th of January 2011, in his Boston residence, took his own life, plunging his family and friends into great sorrow.
    More Details Hide Details The family learned of the death Tuesday at 2:30 a.m., said spokesman Ahmad Oveyssi.
    On 4 January 2011, news outlets reported that Alireza Pahlavi had committed suicide in his South End Boston apartment after a long period of depression.
    More Details Hide Details Boston police said that he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Police said officers responding to a 911 call found Pahlavi dead in his home shortly after 2 a.m. The official statement on the website of his brother Prince Reza Pahlavi read: Like millions of young Iranians, he too was deeply disturbed by all the ills fallen upon his beloved homeland, as well as carrying the burden of losing a father and a sister in his young life.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2001
    Age 34
    Alireza's sister, Princess Leila Pahlavi also had committed suicide—in June 2001.
    More Details Hide Details Close family friends say that Alireza became very depressed after the death of his sister to whom he was very close. He is survived by his mother, Farah Pahlavi, his older brother Reza, his sister Farahnaz, half-sister Shahnaz and daughter Iryana Leila Pahlavi, who was born after his death. At a press conference in Boston, his brother Reza said that Alireza Pahlavi had left his final wishes including his wish to be cremated and for his ashes to be scattered in the Caspian Sea. The news of his death spread quickly on social-networking sites and sparked different reactions. On 23 January 2011, an official memorial was held in The Music Center at Strathmore in Bethesda, Maryland. The memorial was attended by the Iranian imperial family and thousands of Iranians. After Prince Alireza's suicide there were numerous reports and rumors that at the time of his death Alireza and his companion Raha Didevar were expecting a child, although this was not confirmed by the Imperial family.
    He was engaged in 2001 to Sarah Tabatabai, but it seems that the relationship ended some time afterwards.
    More Details Hide Details He was once voted as one of the "world's most eligible princes."
  • TEENAGE
  • 1979
    Age 12
    Mahnaz Afkhami, the former Iranian Minister of Women's Affair, told the BBC World Service that Pahlavi and his family being forced into exile in 1979 was very "traumatic" for him and that he had experienced a "loss of identity" in exile.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1966
    Born
    Prince Alireza Pahlavi was born on 28 April 1966.
    More Details Hide Details He attended the Niavaran Palace primary school in Iran but left Iran alongside his family after the Iranian revolution. He moved to the U.S. where he attended Saint David's School in New York City and Mt Greylock Regional High School in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Pahlavi received a BA degree from Princeton University, a MA degree from Columbia University, and was studying at Harvard University as a PhD student in ancient Iranian studies and philology at the time of his death.
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