Reza Jarrahy Biography, Age, Height, Ex-Wife(Geena Davis) And Career

Reza Jarrahy Biography

Reza Jarrahy is an Iranian-American Neurosurgeon working as an Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics.He is more famously known as the 4th husband of actress Geena Davis. There were few news reports of their estrangement & divorce in May 2018.

Reza Jarrahy was born and raised in New York City.Dr. Jarrahy is married to the love of his life Geena Davis, an American actress who is 15 years older than him.The two exchanged their vows in 2001 and they have three kids together, a daughter named Alizeh Keshvar Davis Jarrahy and two twins – Sons Kaiis Steven Jarrahy & Kian William Jarrahy. Geena was quite an old mom as she had these babies when she was already 46 and 48 years old.Geena Davis is known for her roles in films such as Beetlejuice, A League of Their Own, Stuart Little, The Long Kiss Goodnight and The Accidental Tourist, for which she won the 1988 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Reza Jarrahy Career

He graduated from high school as valedictorian and went on to earn his Bachelor’s degree from Stanford University, where he studied Biological Sciences and Italian Studies. After medical school at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, he completed his general surgery residency at New York University and the University of California at San Diego. Dr. Jarrahy went on to plastic surgery residency at UCLA and, upon graduating, was accepted into the UCLA Craniofacial Surgery Fellowship—one of the most highly regarded programs of its kind in the nation—under the direction of Dr. Henry Kawamoto, the founder of the Fellowship and one of the world’s most eminent craniofacial surgeons. Since joining the UCLA full-time plastic surgery faculty in 2007, Dr. Jarrahy has continued to honor Dr. Kawamoto’s legacy by providing leadership and continuity to the program. He has trained all of UCLA’s craniofacial fellows since that time and continues to mentor fellows who come to train at UCLA from around the country and all over the world.

During his clinical residency and fellowship years, Dr. Jarrahy also completed three years of dedicated research training. This experience prepared him for his current career in academic medicine and research, resulting today in a robust and productive research program that is characterized by the publication of many peer-reviewed journal publications and book chapters, and the delivery of many scientific presentations and invited lectures around the world. Dr. Jarrahy’s research has been recognized by leading scientists in the field of academic plastic surgery, who have bestowed upon him numerous prestigious research awards.

Reza Jarrahy
Reza Jarrahy

Since completing his training, Dr. Jarrahy has committed himself in an uninterrupted fashion to promoting the field of craniofacial surgery and to caring for craniofacial patients. He has extensive experience in the treatment of the most complex craniofacial anomalies, as well as complex reconstructive surgery of the head and neck, including cleft lip and palate, craniosynostosis repair, jaw surgery, ear reconstruction, soft tissue and bone tumor reconstruction, and many others. He has worked non-stop over the past decade to advance the interests of children born with facial birth defects in the operating room, the laboratory, and through his involvement in philanthropy and community service. As a result of his in-depth knowledge of the craniofacial skeleton and soft tissues, he has also earned a reputation as an excellent aesthetic surgeon of the face and neck, whose attention to detail consistently results in superb natural results and very satisfied patients. Dr. Jarrahy serves these patients and the community at large as Assistant Chief of Plastic Surgery at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center, Co-Director of the UCLA Craniofacial Clinic, and Co-Director of the UCLA Face Transplant Program.

Dr. Jarrahy’s extensive experience has earned him numerous positions of leadership in various professional societies, including the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons, where he has served as a Board member for the past several years. He also serves as a faculty advisor to the UCLA Blum Center for Poverty and Health in Latin America, the UCLA Latin American Institute, and the UCLA School of Medicine Center for World Health, where he continues to support the development of global health programs for undergraduates, graduate students, and medical students.

Perhaps more than any other quality, Dr. Jarrahy is best known for his humanism and his humanitarianism. He continues to travel overseas multiple times per year to operate and engage in community service projects in developing nations, serving some of the most vulnerable children on the planet. He is the proud recipient of a 2016 UCLA Health Teaching Humanism Award, in recognition of his contributions as a role model and teacher of patient-centered care.

Reza Jarrahy age

Born on 15th March 1971 He is 48 years of age as of 2018.After graduating from the Stanford University in Biological Sciences, he attended the medical school at the State University of New York. Upon the completion of course in NY, he completed the general surgery residency at NY University and UCLA. After completing his residency project at The UCLA, he was awarded the UCLA Craniofacial Surgery Fellowship in 2006, one of the most prestigious scholarships schemes in the whole of States.

Reza Jarrahy Height

He st6ands at a Fair Height and has a Fair Body Weight to March His Height.

Reza Jarrahy  Networth

Jarrahy as being a well-known surgeon and Pediatrics, he summoned his net worth from the medical field. Since he is experienced in the medical field, he draws an above average salary which is $206,433 for the Pediatrics.Dr. Reza is also a specialist on Plastic Surgery. He has earned the honor as an excellent aesthetic surgeon of the face and neck and served as faculty advisor to the UCLA Blum Center for Poverty and Health.

He enjoys a net worth of thousands of dollar while his ex-wife Geena Davis accumulated a net worth of $30 million from her career in the Hollywood industry.

Reza Jarrahy Geena Davis

Jarrah and Geena Davis met in 1999. The pair who had a 15-year age difference started spending time together. The pair got engaged in November 2000 after he purposed her with a diamond ring.Dr. Reza and Geena then shared the wedding vows on 1 September 2001. Well, he was not the first guy to whom she married. Geena was previously married to Richard Emmolo, actor Jeff Goldblum, and director Renny Harlin.

After one year of their marriage, the two welcomed their baby daughter on 10 April 2002. Further, on 6 May 2004, The family of three was blessed with twins baby boys named Kian William Jarrahy and Kaiis Steven Jarrahy.There is a surprising new development in Geena Davis and Dr. Reza Jarrahy’s divorce — new legal docs obtained by “Extra” claim the couple was never legally married!

Jarrahy filed for divorce in May after 17 years of marriage, but Davis’ court docs state that they intentionally never filed for a marriage license and that the union was not legally binding.The docs also claim that the couple kept their taxes, bank accounts, and credit cards separate and that they didn’t own property together.

Her docs insist he knew that they were not married, pointing out that when he applied for a home loan in 2012, he supposedly wrote, “I filed my 2009 tax returns as a single individual because I am not currently married. Miss Davis and I cohabitate and co-parent our 3 children but are not officially wed.”On Wednesday, Jarrahy told Radar he finds Davis’ claims “bizarre” and insisted “we were married.” Davis’ claims, however, could get the case dismissed. If so, Jarrahy wouldn’t be entitled to the spousal support he requested in his petition.His original filing also revealed they separated in November, and he cited irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.

Reza Jarrahy News

May 29, 2018

Severely damaged face saved by THE best; Dr. Reza Jarrahy!

By Bella27

Dr. Jarrahy (left), and myself (right), on the day of my most recent surgery of May 2018.

In April of 2017 I got into a severe, nearly fatal ATV accident in Greece whilst studying abroad. I was studying abroad at Oxford University in Oxford, England. During the time of the accident I was on spring break and vacationing in Greece. The accident happened on the island of Mykonos. I do not have any memory of the accident, but from what those who were with me explained; I was driving an atv with my friend on the back, and I was wearing a baseball cap. It was pretty windy, and the wind had started to kick up, because of this my hat started to fly off. Ignorantly I had tried to catch my hat in the wind, and while doing so I turned my head to the right, blocking my vision from the road. Although I was only going maybe 5 mph, I had flown off the atv into the air, and landed face on to a stonewall. The biggest impression of the accident against the stone wall was my chin which caused a large indent, and thus leading to my 6 front teeth falling out whole. I had multiple injuries including a large amount of facial fractures, a broken jaw, several missing and chipped teeth, a severe loss of bone in my mouth, a liver laceration, skull fracture, and a patellar fracture.

The initial worry of my accident was the severe amount of blood I was losing from my liver laceration. The ambulance was immediately called and a woman driving by with her family stopped at the scene. The woman ran over to me and saw that I was excessively bleeding and began to elevate me and her and a friend of mine flushed water down my mouth because I was choking on my blood. When the paramedics arrived they told the woman that she had saved my life. If she had not washed me down with water I would have died from choking on my blood. I was first driven to the local hospital in Mykonos, and was there for several hours until the general surgeon there realized that my condition was worsening and I needed to be medevaced to a larger hospital in Athens. I remember waking up for a small amount of time in the helicopter thinking, “Where am I? Did I get in an accident? Am I dreaming?” Although I was unconscious on and off for several days, my first initial thought was, “Am I dying?” The doctors and nurses did not tell me what was going on for a while because I was still in shock. When a friend called my mom, (who was back in the U.S.), and told her about my accident, she immediately found the first flight to Greece, and arrived at the hospital a day after my accident. The doctors did what they could in Greece to stabilize my liver, and sustain my other injuries. I stayed in the hospital in Greece for roughly 2 and a half weeks. I was in desperate need for a reconstructive facial surgery from the fractures in my face. My mother had contemplated with having my facial surgery done in Greece, but the plastic surgery team there had warned my mom that it is a very long recovery post surgery, and that we would have to stay in Greece for a while.

My father contacted a surgeon he knew with UCLA Health at the Ronald Reagan Medical CenterDr. Kodi Azari, and asked for his advice/recommendation for a plastic surgeon who deals with facial trauma cases like mine. Dr. Azari recommended that I have Dr. Reza Jarrahy, associate clinical professor, and plastic and reconstructive craniofacial surgeon perform my surgery. My father then contacted Dr. Jarrahy’s surgical coordinator; Gina, who played a huge part in helping me. Gina worked very hard to get me in to see Dr. Jarrahy. The day I left for Greece to go to on my flight back home to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, one of the main general surgeons treating my case told me that he did not think I was going to survive in the beginning. He was ecstatic to see me doing better, and on my way to receive my treatment. I had then flown back to the States with my mother and a Greek doctor. The flight was a tough experience because of my condition, but I kept telling myself that it was worth it to endure the long flight in all of my pain because I was going to be staying at one of the best hospitals in the country.

Although I was in a great amount of pain, very frail and anxious, as soon as I arrived at the UCLA Medical Center I was greeted by an array of friendly and compassionate hospital staff. I knew that the medical staff was going to give me their best care, and they did just that. When meeting Dr. Jarrahy I was put at ease with his kind, empathetic attitude. I could barely talk due to my facial fractures and broken jaw, but Dr. Jarrahy made me laugh and smile on the inside with his incredible bedside manner. Dr. Jarrahy, alongside the plastic surgery team explained to me that they would perform an ORIF (Open reduction, internal fixation facial surgery). The surgery took 8 hours, and was successful thanks to Dr. Jarrahy and his amazing team. Not only were the surgeons incredible, but the nurses deserve a large amount of credit in nursing me back to health. I was in the UCLA hospital for a total of 2 and a half weeks. Since this surgery in May of 2017 I have had 3 more follow up facial surgeries with Dr. Jarrahy and the plastic surgery team at UCLA. My latest surgery with Dr. Jarrahy was this past month of May 2018. All of the surgeries have been a success, and I am eternally grateful.

I now wear a partial denture to cover the area of my missing teeth, and help aide me to eat food properly. I still have a few more surgeries to undergo regarding my oral implants and bone grafting, but because of the positive outcomes and the care I have received at UCLA, I am excited to finish my treatment and be on my way to a full recovery! My accident has been traumatic, and both physically and mentally challenging, but because of Dr. Jarrahy’s detailed surgical skills and his compassionate attitude, I have been inspired to keep a positive outlook on this experience, and would love to fulfill a career in medicine as well. Getting used to having a different face is challenging, but with great surgeons and nurses it is more than achievable! When I tell people about my accident they can hardly tell that I had such detrimental fractures because of Dr. Jarrahy’s intricate work. My family and I could not be more thankful to Dr. Jarrahy, and the UCLA hospital/medical staff for being incredibly supportive and helpful during this hard time.