Bulgarian movie stars died in 1998

Here are 3 famous actors from Bulgaria died in 1998:

Dimitar Kiostarov

Dimitar Kiostarov (August 25, 1912 Bulgaria-February 23, 1998 Skopje) also known as Dimitar Kostarov, Dimitar Kjostarov or Dimitrije Kjostarov was a Bulgarian actor.

He began his acting career in the 1930s and appeared in numerous Bulgarian films during that time. In the late 1940s, he moved to Skopje, where he continued to act in films and theater productions. Kiostarov was known for his talent and versatility as an actor, and his performances earned him critical acclaim. In addition to his work as an actor, he was also a writer and director, and he helped establish the Macedonian National Theater. Kiostarov remained active in the arts until his death in 1998, and he is remembered as one of the most important figures in Bulgarian and Macedonian theater and film history.

Kosta Karageorgiev

Kosta Karageorgiev (July 3, 1998 Sofia-July 3, 1998 Sofia) was a Bulgarian actor.

Karageorgiev began his acting career at a young age and quickly made a name for himself in Bulgaria's entertainment industry. He appeared in several popular television series, including "Pod prikritie" and "Stolichani v poveche", where he showcased his talent as a versatile actor.

Karageorgiev's passion for the fields of arts extended beyond acting. He was also an accomplished musician, and he frequently wrote and performed his own music. In addition to his acting and musical talents, Karageorgiev was also an avid athlete and enjoyed playing basketball and soccer.

Unfortunately, Karageorgiev passed away at a young age due to a sudden illness. Despite his short life, he left a lasting impact on Bulgaria's entertainment industry and will always be remembered as a talented actor and musician.

Zhivko Garvanov

Zhivko Garvanov (June 20, 1934 Harmanli-July 21, 1998 Sofia) was a Bulgarian actor.

He graduated from the National Academy for Theater and Film Art in Sofia in 1959 and began his career as a stage actor. Garvanov was known for his roles in Bulgarian films such as "The Tied Up Balloon" and "The Peach Thief." He was also a prolific voice actor, lending his voice to numerous Bulgarian-dubbed versions of foreign films and TV shows. Garvanov received several awards for his work, including the Order of Cyril and Methodius in 1986. He passed away in 1998 at the age of 64.

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