Greek movie stars died at 74

Here are 2 famous actors from Greece died at 74:

Nikos Tzogias

Nikos Tzogias (July 1, 1921 Athens-April 1, 1996 Athens) also known as Nicos Tzoyas was a Greek actor.

He began his acting career in the 1940s, appearing in theatrical productions and later transitioning to film and television. Tzogias was known for his versatility as an actor, having performed in a variety of genres including comedy, drama, and historical films. He starred in several popular Greek films, such as "I Vasilissa tis modas" (The Queen of Fashion), "To koritsi me ta mavra" (The Girl with the Black Hairs), and "I Zoe mou, i douleia mou" (My Life, My Work). Tzogias was also a talented voice actor, having dubbed foreign films into Greek for many years. He was a beloved figure in Greek entertainment, and his contributions to the industry have been celebrated and remembered long after his passing.

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Nikos Rizos

Nikos Rizos (September 30, 1924 Peta-April 20, 1999 Athens) was a Greek actor.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

Nikos Rizos was considered as one of the most prominent actors of Greek cinema and theater, having acted in over 100 films throughout his career. He started his acting journey in the early 1940s and rose to fame in the 1950s with films like "The Germans Strike Again" and "The Aunt from Chicago". In addition to acting, Rizos was also a gifted singer and a popular television host in Greece. He won many awards for his acting and was widely acclaimed for his contributions to Greek theater and cinema. Apart from his native Greece, Rizos' films were also popular in other countries such as Germany and the former Soviet Union.

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