Bulgarian movie stars died in 2011

Here are 3 famous actors from Bulgaria died in 2011:

George Baker

George Baker (April 1, 1931 Varna-October 7, 2011 West Lavington) otherwise known as George Baker, MBE was a Bulgarian actor and screenwriter. He had five children, Sarah Baker, Tessa Baker, Charlotte Baker, Eleanor Baker and Candida Baker.

His family moved to the United Kingdom when he was young, and he later became a British citizen. Baker is best known for his role as Chief Inspector Wexford in the television series The Ruth Rendell Mysteries from 1987 to 2000. He also appeared in numerous films such as The Dam Busters, The Spy Who Loved Me, and On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Baker was awarded an MBE for his services to acting in 2007. He passed away in 2011 at the age of 80.

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Georgi Rusev

Georgi Rusev (May 7, 1928 Kostenets-April 1, 2011 Sofia) a.k.a. Gocheto, Senatora or Georgi Iliev Rusev was a Bulgarian actor.

Rusev began his career in the Sofia Theatre of Satire in the 1950s and appeared in numerous stage productions. He also starred in several Bulgarian films including "Between War and Peace" and "The Peach Thief". Rusev was known for his comedic talent and his ability to transform into a variety of characters. He was honored with the title "People's Artist" in Bulgaria in 2002 for his contributions to Bulgarian theater and cinema. Rusev was married to fellow actress Milka Iordanova and they had one daughter together.

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Velko Kynev

Velko Kynev (July 31, 1948 Elhovo-December 11, 2011 Sofia) also known as Velko Kanev or Velko Kunev was a Bulgarian actor.

He graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia and went on to have a successful career in both theater and film. Kynev was known for his memorable roles in Bulgarian films such as "The Peach Thief" and "Gods". He also starred in many stage plays including "The Cherry Orchard" and "The Lower Depths". In addition to acting, Kynev was also a respected theater director and teacher. He taught acting at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts and was the artistic director of the 1993 International Theatre Festival in Sofia.

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