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Nassos Kedrakas
Greek actor

Nassos Kedrakas

Nassos Kedrakas
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Intro Greek actor
Was Actor
From Greece
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth 21 November 1915, Trikala, Greece
Death 25 August 1981, Ilioupoli Municipality, Greece (aged 65 years)
Star sign Scorpio
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
National Theatre of Greece Drama School
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Athanasios (Nassos) Kedrakas (Greek: Νάσος Κεδράκας; November 21, 1915 – August 25, 1981) was a Greek actor.


Kedrakas studied at the National Theatre School, where he enrolled into law school at the University of Athens in 1942. During the 1940s, he was active in a climactic company of Enomenon kallitechnon (United Playwrights) in which took part as in actor which he took part even in the resistance. He played several times at the National Theatre. Characteristically he was a role in the movie I degyni na fovitai ton andra in which he played as Mike, the drugstore friend Giorgos Konstantinou. He died on August 25, 1981.

Proses and sketches during the 1940s

Kedrakas took part in art and played in proses and sketches. In 1940-1949, which he was written by Mimis Traiforos, O Romios (The Romans by Christos Efthymiou and Nassos Kedrakas) (sketch). San ti Ellada ti leventomana (N. Kedrakas - G. Sylvas - S. Vebo) (prose) and Ade sto kalo (Kleo Skoloudi - N. Kedrakas - Aliki Zaverdinou - Giannis Sylvas) (sketch)

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