Bulgarian musicians died at 57

Here are 2 famous musicians from Bulgaria died at 57:

Stefan Naydenov

Stefan Naydenov (August 16, 1957 Montana-April 5, 2015 Montana) was a Bulgarian personality.

He was primarily known for his career as a professional footballer, having played as a defender for a number of Bulgarian teams including Levski Sofia and Lokomotiv Sofia. Naydenov was also a member of the Bulgarian national football team in the 1980s, during which time he played in the 1986 FIFA World Cup.

In addition to his career in football, Naydenov was also involved in business and politics. He served as a member of the Bulgarian Parliament from 2001-2005 and later went on to establish several successful businesses in the country.

Naydenov was known for his philanthropic work and was actively involved in various charitable organizations throughout his life. He passed away in 2015 at the age of 57 due to complications from cancer.

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Eduard Zahariev

Eduard Zahariev (July 1, 1938 Moscow-June 26, 1996 Sofia) also known as Eduard Zahariev or Eduard Sachariev was a Bulgarian film director, screenwriter and actor.

Eduard Zahariev was born in Moscow, Russia but spent most of his life in Bulgaria where he became a prominent figure in the Bulgarian film industry. He studied at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in Sofia before embarking on his career in filmmaking. Zahariev directed several successful and critically acclaimed films, including "The Last Summer" (1974), "Black Swans" (1985), and "Yesterday" (1988). He also acted in several films, including "Equator" (1983) and "The Seagull's Laughter" (2001). Zahariev was known for his use of visual storytelling and his ability to capture the quiet moments between characters. His films often explored themes of love, loss, and the human condition. Zahariev's contributions to Bulgarian cinema have made him a beloved and influential figure in the country's cultural history.

He died as a result of cancer.

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