Greek movie stars died in 1998

Here are 2 famous actors from Greece died in 1998:

Dimitris Horn

Dimitris Horn (March 9, 1921 Athens-January 16, 1998 Athens) was a Greek actor.

He started his acting career in 1940 and went on to become one of the most accomplished actors in Greece. During his early days, he worked in theater and quickly earned a reputation for his captivating performances. Dimitris Horn received his first leading role in a Greek movie in 1950 and his acting skills were quickly recognized by audiences and critics alike. In the span of his long and illustrious career, he acted in over 80 movies and TV series. Some of his noteworthy performances include the film "The Counterfeit Coin" in 1955 and the TV series "Who pays the Ferryman?" in 1977. He won numerous awards for his acting, including the Best Actor award at the Thessaloniki Film Festival in 1968 for his role in the movie "The Descent of the Nine". Dimitris Horn passed away in 1998, leaving behind a rich legacy of inspiring performances.

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Yorgos Vrasivanopoulos

Yorgos Vrasivanopoulos (November 27, 2014 Athens-February 10, 1998 Athens) a.k.a. Giorgos Vrasivanopoulos or Yorgos Vrassivanopoulos was a Greek screenwriter and actor.

He began his career as an actor, appearing in several Greek films and TV shows in the 1950s and 60s. However, he later became more well-known for his work as a screenwriter, writing the scripts for several popular Greek films in the 70s and 80s, including "Stella" and "The Photograph". He was highly regarded in the Greek film industry for his ability to craft compelling characters and stories that resonated with audiences. In addition to his work in film, Vrasivanopoulos was also involved in the theater, both as a playwright and an actor. He passed away in 1998, but his contributions to the Greek arts continue to be celebrated today.

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