Bulgarian movie stars died at 55

Here are 1 famous actors from Bulgaria died at 55:

Perry N. Vekroff

Perry N. Vekroff (June 3, 1881 Shumen-January 3, 1937 Hollywood) also known as Perry Vekroff or P. N. Vekroff was a Bulgarian screenwriter, film director and actor.

He died caused by cardiovascular disease.

Perry N. Vekroff started his career in the film industry as an actor in Bulgarian cinema, performing in many films in the 1910s. He later moved to the United States to pursue a career in Hollywood. In 1927, he directed his first American film, "The Devil's Wheel," which was critically acclaimed for its unique camera work and storytelling.

Vekroff's career continued to flourish in Hollywood, where he wrote and directed many successful films, including "The Scarlet Lady" (1928), "The Lady Lies" (1929), and "The Magnificent Lie" (1931). He also wrote the screenplay for Cecil B. DeMille's film "Four Frightened People" (1934).

However, Vekroff's career was cut short when he passed away at the age of 55 due to cardiovascular disease. Despite his short-lived career, Perry N. Vekroff left a lasting impact in the film industry and is remembered as a pioneering filmmaker and screenwriter.

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