Bulgarian movie stars died in 2014

Here are 1 famous actors from Bulgaria died in 2014:

Djoko Rossich

Djoko Rossich (February 28, 1932 Krupanj-February 21, 2014 Sofia) otherwise known as Đoko Rosić, Jocko Rositch, Dzsoko Roszich, Jocko Rossitch, Djoko Rosich, Georgi Rositsch, Dyoko Rosic, Dzsoko Roszics, Dzsokó Roszics, Djokó Rosiè, Dzsokó Rossich, Dzokó Rosich or Djoko Rosić was a Bulgarian actor and journalist. He had one child, Irina Rosic.

Djoko Rossich was of Serbian descent and began his career in Yugoslavia before moving to Bulgaria in 1963. He was known for his work in theater, film, and television and played a variety of roles throughout his career, from comedic to dramatic. Some of his notable performances include his role in the film "Kronika na edna obshtina" (Chronicle of a Small Town) and his portrayal of King Claudius in a stage production of "Hamlet."

In addition to his work in entertainment, Djoko Rossich was also a respected journalist and playwright. He worked for several newspapers and magazines, including the Bulgarian National Television and Radio Sofia. He wrote a number of plays, including "The Uninvited Guest" and "The Last Supper," which were well-received by audiences and critics alike.

Despite his success in Bulgaria, Djoko Rossich remained connected to his Serbian roots and often traveled to Serbia to participate in cultural events and festivals. He was a beloved figure in both Bulgaria and Serbia and is remembered as a talented and versatile performer.

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