Bulgarian movie stars died at 73

Here are 2 famous actors from Bulgaria died at 73:

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 died in lung cancer.

Todor Kolev was a prominent figure in Bulgarian culture and entertainment. He is best known for his work as an actor, where he appeared in over 80 feature films and popular television shows. He was also a talented singer and comedian, often using humor in his performances.

Kolev graduated from the Bulgarian State Theater Academy in 1961 and made his acting debut in the same year in the play "Trouble with the Family." His notable performances on stage include roles in "Boris Godunov" and "The Government Inspector."

In addition to his work in theater and film, Kolev was a beloved television personality, hosting several popular TV shows including "Tobacco Shop" and "Good Evening, Bulgaria." He was also an active member of the Bulgarian Army during his early career.

Throughout his life, Kolev received numerous awards and honors for his contributions to Bulgarian culture, including the Order of Cyril and Methodius and the Stara Planina Order. His legacy continues to inspire and entertain audiences in Bulgaria and beyond.

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Georgi Stamatov

Georgi Stamatov (May 25, 1869 Tiraspol-November 9, 1942 Sofia) was a Bulgarian actor and screenwriter.

Georgi Stamatov began his acting career in 1893 when he joined the Ivan Vazov National Theatre in Sofia. He quickly became known for his talent and versatility, playing both comedic and dramatic roles with equal skill. In addition to his work as an actor, Stamatov also wrote several plays and screenplays during his career.

Stamatov made his film debut in 1915 in the film "Bulgarian blood," and went on to appear in over 20 films throughout his career. He was known for his strong, expressive performances and his ability to convey emotion through subtle gestures and facial expressions.

In addition to his work in the theatre and on screen, Stamatov was also a respected voice actor and translator. He translated several plays and novels from Russian into Bulgarian, and his voice was often heard on Bulgarian radio in the early years of broadcasting.

Georgi Stamatov continued to act and write until his death in 1942, leaving behind a legacy as one of the most important figures in Bulgarian theatre and cinema.

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