Stoyan Stoev

Stoyan Stoev


Stoyan Stoev was born on Nov 25, 1941 in Bulgaria. Stoyan Stoev's big-screen debut came with Apostolite directed by Borislav Sharaliev in 1976, strarring Zahari Stoyanov. Stoyan Stoev is known for Margarit i Margarita directed by Nikolay Volev, Irini Jambonas stars as Margarita-Rita and Hristo Shopov as Margarit. The most recent award Stoyan Stoev achieved is Golden Rose. The upcoming new movie Stoyan Stoev plays is Veshtestveno dokazatelstvo which will be released on May 13, 1991.

Stoyan Stoev was born on November 25 1941 in Harmanli, Bulgaria. He graduated National Academy for Theatre and Film Art, Sofia, Bulgaria with a degree in acting in 1965. He began to work in Burgas Drama Theatre, and then - in the Army Theatre in Sofia . He was awarded at "Golden Rose" National Film Festival in Varna for the role of Zahari Stoyanov in "Notes on Bulgarian Uprisings". When he was invited in "Notes ..." he is almost 35 years old and in a conversation pleaded resignation that his whole professional life will pass only on stage. But Borislav Sharaliev sees his incredible resemblance to Zahari Stoyanov and so the actor debuted straight with a starring role in the series. Then he already starred in many other films, playing regularly in the Army Theatre. His colleagues say that for Stoyan Stoev was a big blow secrets to the Soviet Union and Bulgaria, which revealed Gorbachev's perestroika. He died on January 24, 2000 in Sofia, Bulgaria. After his death. The newspaper "Culture" published the following obituary: "Stoyan Stoev left the stage. He did it somehow quietly and gently. He was a very good actor and a very good man. His talks with the viewer had confidence dramatically candid with love and understanding to people. Many are his roles that are remembered and he is due to the creative glory of the Bulgarian army Theatre, whose stage play thirty".

  • Birthday

    Nov 25, 1941
  • Place of Birth

    Harmanli, Bulgaria

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1 wins & 0 nominations

Golden Rose
Winner - Golden Rose

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