Bulgarian movie stars born in 1939

Here are 5 famous actors from Bulgaria were born in 1939:

Todor Kolev

Todor Kolev (August 26, 1939 Shumen-February 15, 2013 Sofia) a.k.a. Todor Petrov Kolev, Adama or Тодор Колев was a Bulgarian actor, presenter, comedian and singer.

He was born in Shumen, Bulgaria and graduated from the National Academy of Theater and Film Arts in Sofia. Kolev began his acting career in the 1960s and quickly became a popular figure in Bulgarian entertainment. He was known for his comedic roles, especially in the stage play "Inspection of the Gendarmerie". Kolev also had a successful music career, releasing numerous albums throughout his lifetime. Aside from his work in entertainment, he was also involved in politics, serving as a member of the National Assembly of Bulgaria from 1990 to 1991. Kolev passed away in Sofia in 2013 at the age of 73, leaving behind a legacy as one of Bulgaria's most beloved entertainers.

Kliment Denchev

Kliment Denchev (May 26, 1939 Sofia-March 29, 2009 Montreal) also known as Kliment Denczew, Klimbo Dentchev, Kliment Dentchev or Klimbo was a Bulgarian actor.

He graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia and began his career in the 1960s at the Plovdiv Drama Theatre. Denchev became well-known for his numerous roles in Bulgarian films and TV series, often portraying comedic or eccentric characters. Some of his most notable film credits include "The Tied Up Balloon" (1967), "The White Sheik" (1969), and "Love in the Outfield" (1971). In addition to his acting career, Denchev also worked as a screenwriter and director. He emigrated to Canada in the 1990s and continued to act in film and television. He passed away in 2009 in Montreal due to heart failure.

Stefan Dimitrov

Stefan Dimitrov (November 22, 1939 Burgas-August 13, 2004 Sofia) was a Bulgarian opera singer and actor.

He graduated from the Pancho Vladigerov State Academy of Music in Sofia and made his professional debut at the Burgas Opera, where he performed from 1965 to 1968. He then joined the Sofia National Opera, where he sang until 1993.

Dimitrov was known for his powerful baritone voice and his interpretation of classical roles. He was particularly well-regarded for his performances of Verdi's operas, including Rigoletto, Aida, and Il trovatore.

In addition to his work as an opera singer, Dimitrov was also a respected actor. He appeared in several Bulgarian films and television shows, including the critically acclaimed 1976 film "The Hare Census."

He received numerous awards for his contributions to Bulgarian culture, including the People's Artist of Bulgaria award in 1979, and was widely regarded as one of the country's greatest performers.

Svetoslav Peev

Svetoslav Peev (April 4, 1939 Sofia-) also known as Slavcho is a Bulgarian actor.

He started his career in the theater, where he acted in some of the most prized productions of the Bulgarian National Theatre. In 1963, he made his film debut and since then he has appeared in numerous films, TV shows, and theater productions. Peev is known for his versatility and his ability to portray complex characters. Some of his notable film roles include "The Topal Tigan" (1966), "The Tied-Up Balloon" (1967), and "Warden of the Dead" (2012). In addition to acting, Peev has also directed several plays and films. He has won numerous awards throughout his career, including the Order of Stara Planina, one of Bulgaria's highest honors for contributions to the arts and culture.

Macit Flordun

Macit Flordun (March 13, 1939 Vidin-November 12, 1996 Istanbul) was a Bulgarian actor. His child is called Tardu Flordun.

Macit Flordun was known for his work in Turkish cinema and television. He graduated with a degree in Law from Istanbul University, but decided to pursue acting instead. His career spanned over three decades, during which he played a variety of roles in dramas, comedies, and historical films. Some of his most notable performances include his role in the film "Beklenen Şarkı" and the TV series "Diriliş Ertuğrul". Flordun was also a stage actor and played in several theater productions throughout his career. He passed away due to heart failure at the age of 57, leaving behind a legacy in Turkish entertainment.

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