Caroline Croskery was born in the United States and moved to Iran at the age of twenty-one. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California at Los Angeles in Iranian Studies. For many years she has been active in three fields of specialization: Language Teaching, Translation and Interpretation, and Voiceover Acting. She has taught English at the Iran Language Institute in Iran, translated feature films for subtitling at Farabi Cinema and Hozeh Honari, and performed actor dubbing of Persian films into English at IRIB, Sahar. Having lived in Iran for thirteen years, she returned to the US and began a ten-year career as a Farsi interpreter for the Los Angeles County Superior Courts. She is an accomplished voiceover talent, and currently continues her voiceover career in both English and Persian. Her literary translation experience includes the bestseller Baumdad e Khomar by Fattaneh Haj Seyed Javadi. She has translated the complete works of Erfan Nazarahari into English in a compilation entitled “We Are All Sunflowers” published in October 2013, now available on Amazon.com (provide exact link).
She is currently translating the most recent title by Seyed Mahdi Shojaee entitled “Democracy or DemoCrazy?” which will be published in Spring 2014.