Bulgarian movie stars born in 1977

Here are 8 famous actresses from Bulgaria were born in 1977:

Maria Ilieva

Maria Ilieva (December 1, 1977 Veliko Tarnovo-) also known as Илиева, Мария is a Bulgarian actor, singer-songwriter, film producer and singer.

Maria Ilieva is best known for her contributions to the Bulgarian music industry. She started her music career in 2001 with her debut album "I'm Crazy for You," which quickly became a commercial success. Ilieva's music style is a mix of pop, rock, and electronic, and her songs often have socially relevant messages.

Aside from her music career, Ilieva is also a successful actor, producer, and songwriter. She has appeared in several Bulgarian films and TV shows, including "Lady Zee," "Princesses," and "House Arrest." As a producer, she has worked on several films and documentaries that explore important social issues.

Despite her success, Ilieva is also known for her philanthropic work, championing the rights of women, children, and minorities. She is a UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Education, and her activism has earned her numerous accolades and awards, including the "Woman of the Year" award in Bulgaria.

Svetla Tsotsorkova

Svetla Tsotsorkova (June 6, 1977 Burgas-) is a Bulgarian actor, film director and film producer.

She studied Film and TV Directing at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia. In 2017, she directed and produced the film "Sister", which was premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and won several awards at other international film festivals. Tsotsorkova's film explores themes of sisterhood, loyalty and betrayal in a Bulgarian village where the two sisters live together but face different challenges. In addition to directing and producing, she has also acted in several films and television series in Bulgaria. Tsotsorkova is recognized as one of the leading voices in contemporary Bulgarian cinema.

Yoanna Boukovska

Yoanna Boukovska (April 8, 1977 Sofia-) otherwise known as Joanna Bukovska is a Bulgarian actor.

She first gained recognition in her home country for her performances in various plays and television dramas. In 2002, she won the Best Actress award at the Bulgarian Film Awards for her role in the film "Summer Things".

Boukovska went on to star in several more Bulgarian films, including "Ambulance" and "The Foreigner". She also gained international recognition for her role in the French-Canadian film "The Secret Life of Happy People", which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2006.

Aside from her career as an actor, Boukovska is also a trained lawyer and has worked as a legal adviser for several organizations. She is known for her activism and advocacy work, particularly for women's rights and access to education.

Carla Rahal

Carla Rahal (May 3, 1977 Dubai-) also known as Karla Rahal, Carla Mounzer Rahal, Карла Рахал or كارلا رحال is a Bulgarian actor and singer-songwriter.

Carla Rahal was born in Dubai to a Lebanese father and a Bulgarian mother. She spent most of her childhood and teenage years in Sofia, Bulgaria. Rahal studied at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia, where she was in the same class as famous Bulgarian actress Ani Vulchanova. After completing her studies, Rahal began her acting career in Bulgaria, appearing in numerous TV series, theater productions and films.

In addition to her acting career, Carla Rahal is known for her singing and songwriting talent. She has released several singles and music videos, and has performed at various music events and festivals in Bulgaria and the Middle East.

Rahal is fluent in Bulgarian, Arabic, English and French, and has lived in several countries including Bulgaria, Lebanon, France and the United Arab Emirates. She is also a polyglot and speaks several other languages to varying degrees.

Carla Rahal is recognized as a versatile and multi-talented performer, and is respected for her work in both the arts and entertainment industries.

Milena Markova

Milena Markova (March 8, 1977 Burgas-) is a Bulgarian actor.

She started her career in the late 1990s as a theater actress, performing in numerous plays throughout Bulgaria. In the early 2000s, Milena transitioned to film and television, quickly becoming a household name in Bulgaria. She has appeared in numerous popular Bulgarian TV series and films and has won several awards for her performances, including the Best Supporting Actress award at the Bulgarian Film Awards. In addition to her acting career, Milena is also a philanthropist, working with several charities and organizations to help improve the lives of underprivileged children and families in Bulgaria.

Bilyana Kazakova

Bilyana Kazakova (July 4, 1977 Sofia-) also known as Bilyana Kazakova or Bilyana Kazakova - Ugrinski is a Bulgarian actor.

She is best known for her roles in Bulgarian television series such as "Forbidden Love" and "Bulgarian Roots". Kazakova graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in 2000 and has since become an accomplished stage actress, performing in numerous plays throughout Bulgaria. She has also appeared in several Bulgarian films, including "The Island" and "Zift". In addition to her acting career, Kazakova is also a talented singer and has released several albums of Bulgarian folk music. She has won numerous awards for her contributions to Bulgarian culture, including the Order of Cyril and Methodius.

Vesela Kazakova

Vesela Kazakova (July 4, 1977 Sofia-) is a Bulgarian actor and film producer.

She is best known for her work in the Bulgarian film industry and has produced several successful films. Kazakova studied acting at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia before embarking on her career as an actor. She made her screen debut in the film "Every Dog Has Its Luck" in 2002, which won awards at several international film festivals. Kazakova has since acted in many Bulgarian films and TV series, including "Zift" (2008) and "Into the Dark" (2012). In addition to her acting career, Kazakova has also become a successful film producer, producing films such as "Shelter" (2010) and "The Judgement" (2014). She is an active member of the Bulgarian film community and has served on the jury of several film festivals.


Edelweiss (September 1, 1977 Tyumen-) is a Bulgarian actor, presenter, model and pornographic film actor.

Edelweiss, whose real name is Georgi Kaloyanchev, was born on September 1, 1977 in Tyumen, Russia. He spent most of his childhood in Bulgaria, where he studied acting and modeling. Edelweiss started his career as a presenter in a local TV station, but soon he became interested in the adult film industry.

He made his debut in the pornographic industry in 2003 and quickly became a popular male performer. His good looks and muscular physique made him a fan favorite, and he worked for some of the biggest studios in the business. Despite his success in the adult film industry, Edelweiss has also continued to work as an actor and model.

In recent years, he has appeared in several Bulgarian movies and TV shows, showcasing his acting skills. He has also modeled for various clothing brands and has been featured in several magazines. Edelweiss is considered one of the most successful Bulgarian actors and pornographic performers of all time.

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