Here are 3 famous actors from Greece died in 1985:
Alexander Scourby (November 13, 1913 Brooklyn-February 22, 1985 Newtown) also known as Scourby, Alexander, Alexander Scorby, Alex Scourby or Alexander Scott was a Greek actor and voice actor. He had one child, Alexandra Scourby.
Scourby is most known for his work as a narrator and voice-over actor. He was dubbed "The Voice of the Bible" for his recordings of the King James Version. In addition, he narrated numerous documentaries and educational films. Scourby also had a successful career in theater, appearing in both Broadway productions and regional theater. He earned a Theatre World Award for his performance in "The Moon is Blue" in 1951. Scourby passed away in 1985 from a heart attack while visiting family in Newtown, Pennsylvania.
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Lambros Konstantaras (March 13, 1913 Kolonaki-June 28, 1985 Voula) a.k.a. Lambros Konstantaras, Lambros Konstandaras, Panos Tsiros or Labros Konstadaras was a Greek actor. He had one child, Dimitris Konstadaras.
Konstantaras began his acting career in the 1930s and appeared in over 120 films throughout his career. He was a versatile actor and played a variety of roles, from leading man to character actor. He was particularly known for his performances in comedy films, but also played dramatic roles in films such as "The Germans Strike Again" (1943). Konstantaras also appeared on stage and on television, and was a popular figure in Greek entertainment for many years. In addition to his acting career, Konstantaras was also a noted singer and released several albums throughout his life. He passed away on June 28, 1985, in Voula, Greece.
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Takis Miliadis (September 26, 1922 Athens-April 17, 1985 Ioannina) was a Greek actor. His child is called Marios Miliadis.
Takis Miliadis was a prolific actor, appearing in over 100 films, television shows, and stage productions throughout his career. He first gained national recognition in Greece during the 1950s and 1960s for his performances in popular films such as "Madalena" and "The Aunt from Chicago". Additionally, he starred in numerous theatrical productions, showcasing his range as a performer.
Despite his success in the entertainment industry, Miliadis was also an active member of the Greek Resistance during World War II, fighting against the Nazi occupation. He was later recognized for his contributions to the fight for Greek independence with several prestigious awards.
Miliadis's legacy continues to live on in Greek cinema and theater, and he is remembered as one of the country's most beloved actors.
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