Greek actors died because of Cardiac arrest

Here are 2 famous actors from Greece died in Cardiac arrest:

Mihalis Giannatos

Mihalis Giannatos (July 11, 1941 Istanbul-September 17, 2013 Athens) a.k.a. Michael Yannatos, Michael Jannatos, Michalis Yannatos, Mihail Giannatos, Mihalis Yannatos, Michalis Giannatos or Michael Giannatos was a Greek actor. He had three children, Gerasimos Giannatos, Ioannis Giannatos and Maria Giannatos.

Giannatos was born to a family of Greek refugees who had fled from Turkey. He graduated from the Greek National Theatre Drama School in 1965 and began his acting career soon after. He appeared in numerous films, TV shows and stage productions throughout his career, including the critically acclaimed film "Happy Day" (1976) directed by Pantelis Voulgaris. Giannatos was also known for his work as a voice actor, having dubbed the voices of many famous actors into Greek.

In addition to acting, Giannatos was also a respected acting coach and mentor. He taught at the Greek National Theatre Drama School for over 20 years and also taught at the Athens Conservatory. Many of his former students went on to become successful actors in their own right.

Giannatos was recognized for his contributions to Greek theatre and film with numerous awards over the years, including the Best Supporting Actor award at the Thessaloniki Film Festival for his role in "The Fruit Trees" (1983). He passed away in Athens in 2013 at the age of 72.

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Argiris Kavidas

Argiris Kavidas (October 9, 1976 Greece-September 12, 2010 Athens) otherwise known as Argyris Kavvidas was a Greek actor and film director.

Argiris Kavidas was known for his remarkable performances in various Greek films and TV series. He began his acting career in the early 2000s with small roles in films such as "Greek Pete" and "To Zafeiri". However, it was his leading role in the film "Alter Ego" which earned him recognition and critical acclaim.

Apart from acting, Kavidas also directed two films, "Crazy for Love" and "Love is a State of Emergency". Both of these films were received positively by critics and audiences alike. Kavidas was known for his dedication to his craft and his passion for the arts.

Sadly, Kavidas passed away at the young age of 33 due to a heart attack. His untimely death was a great loss to the Greek film industry, and his contributions to the world of cinema continue to be remembered and celebrated.

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