Greek movie stars died in 1994

Here are 2 famous actresses from Greece died in 1994:

Melina Mercouri

Melina Mercouri (October 18, 1920 Athens-March 6, 1994 New York City) also known as Μελίνα Μερκούρη, Maria Amalia Mercouri, Mercouri, Melina, Melina Mercury, The last Greek Goddess or Merkouri, Melina was a Greek politician, actor and singer.

Growing up in Athens, Melina Mercouri initially studied at the National Theatre’s Drama School, where she began her acting career in the 1940s. She quickly rose to fame in Greece, starring in a variety of films including “Never on Sunday” which earned her a Best Actress award at the Cannes Film Festival in 1960. Mercouri also released numerous albums of Greek music and became a beloved figure across the country.

In the 1960s, Melina Mercouri became involved in politics and activism. She was a vocal opponent of the Greek junta that ruled the country from 1967-1974, and was subsequently exiled. During her years of exile, she took her activism to the world stage, advocating for democracy and human rights in various international forums. After the fall of the junta, she returned to Greece and served as Minister of Culture from 1981-1989, where she oversaw major cultural projects and helped preserve Greece’s heritage.

Melina Mercouri remained an influential and iconic figure in Greece and beyond until her death in 1994. She is remembered as a talented performer, a passionate advocate for democracy, and a proud champion of her Greek heritage.

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Marika Krevata

Marika Krevata (November 27, 2014 Athens-September 14, 1994 Athens) was a Greek actor. She had one child, Gelly Mavropoulou.

Marika Krevata was known for her work on the stage, television, and film. She started her career in the theater and later went on to appear in over 40 films and television shows. One of her most notable roles was in the film "The Red Lanterns" (1963), which earned her critical acclaim and a Best Actress award at the Thessaloniki Film Festival. Krevata was also a founding member of the National Theater of Northern Greece in Thessaloniki. In addition to her acting career, she was also a painter and a writer, publishing a collection of poems in 1988 titled "We Have One Life". Krevata died in 1994 at the age of 79, leaving behind a legacy as one of Greece's most beloved actresses.

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