|Born|| 15 April 1935|
|Died|| 15 September 2008 73) (aged|
Stavros Paravas (Greek : Σταύρος Παράβας; 15 April 1935 – 15 September 2008) was a Greek actor.
Greek is an independent branch of the Indo-European family of languages, native to Greece, Cyprus and other parts of the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea. It has the longest documented history of any living Indo-European language, spanning more than 3000 years of written records. Its writing system has been the Greek alphabet for the major part of its history; other systems, such as Linear B and the Cypriot syllabary, were used previously. The alphabet arose from the Phoenician script and was in turn the basis of the Latin, Cyrillic, Armenian, Coptic, Gothic, and many other writing systems.
He was born on 15 April 1935 in the Athens neighborhood of Tourkovounia. His parents were poor refugees from Asia Minor, and he helped his family financially doing odd jobs. After a successful audition, he entered the drama school of K. Michailidis for free.
The Tourkovounia, also known as Lykovounia and in Antiquity called Anchesmos (Ἀγχεσμός), is a hill range in Attica. The name has also been transferred to a neighbourhood of Athens and a neighbourhood in Keratsini.
During the dictatorship, he was arrested for opposition against the regime and was exiled to Gyaros.
Gyaros, also locally known as Gioura, is an arid and unpopulated Greek island in the northern Cyclades near the islands of Andros and Tinos, with an area of 23 square kilometres (9 sq mi). It is a part of the municipality of Ano Syros, which lies primarily on the island of Syros. This and other small islands of the Aegean Sea served as places of exile for important persons in the early Roman empire. The extremity of its desolation was proverbial among Roman authors, such as Tacitus and Juvenal. It was a place of exile for leftist political dissidents in Greece from 1948 until 1974. At least 22,000 people were exiled or imprisoned on the island during that time. It is an island of great ecological importance as it hosts the largest population of monk seal in the Mediterranean.
He married a British lady Anne and raised three children, Jonathan, Martha and Vanessa. The first child Jonathan suddenly died later.
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On February 2006, he suffered severe health problems including headaches and years of lung problems with his heartin which he felt better.
He died on 15 September 2008 from a heart attack and he was buried two days later.
His first appearance in theater was in 1955 in To proto psema with Katerina Andreadi's company. In the early years of his career he worked with Vilma Kyrou, Dinos Iliopoulos and Kostas Hatzichristos.
Dinos Iliopoulos was a Greek actor. He was one of the greatest film/theater actors in Greece.
Kostas Hatzichristos or Costas Hajihristos was a Greek actor.
In the 1970s, he turned with reviews. His presentation Dirlanda which halted and his reason for his exile. In the next decade, he appeared in several classical roles. His first appearance was in Epidaurus in Plutus by Aristophanes.
|Year|| Film title|
| Original title|
|1960||Christina||Χριστίνα||a hotel owner|
|1960||O Thymios ta hei 400||Ο Θύμιος τα` χει 400||-|
|1961||Children of the Piazza||Το παιδί της πιάτσας|
To pedi tis piatsas
|1961||To drama mias amartolis||Το δράμα μιας αμαρτωλής||-|
|1961||Alice in the Navy||Η Αλίκη στο ναυτικό|
I Aliki sto naftiko
|'||a sailor with a suitcase|
|1961||The Smart Bird||Το έξυπνο πουλί|
To eksipno pouli
|1961||O skliros andras||Ο σκληρός άντρας||a police officer|
|1961||The Girls of Athens||Κορίτσια της Αθήνας||-|
|1962||Ten Days in Paris||Δέκα μέρες στο Παρίσι|
Deka meres sto Parissi
|1962||O Mihalios tou 140s syntagmatos||Ο Μιχαλιός του 14ου συντάγματος||Michalis|
|1962||Otan leipei i gata||Όταν λείπει η γάτα||-|
|1962||O gabros mou, o dikigoros||Ο γαμπρός μου, ο δικηγόρος|
My Husband, the Judge
|1962||The Little Watermelon||Το καρπουζάκι|
|1962||I yinekes theloun xylo||-|
|1962||Eftychos trelathika||Ευτυχώς τρελάθηκα||-|
|1962||Dimos from Trikala||Ο Δήμος απ` τα Τρίκαλα|
O Dimos ap ta Trikkala
|1963||Enas vlachas me patenda||Ένας βλάκας με πατέντα||-|
|1963||Mikri ke megali en drassi…||Μικροί και μεγάλοι εν δράσει…||Fifis|
|1963||Allos gia to ekatommyrio||Άλλος για το εκατομμύριο|
Somebody for a Millionaire
|1964||I Stole My Lady|| '|
Eklepsa ti yineka mou
|1964||O emiris ke o kakomiris||'||Fifis|
|1964||Kosmos kai kosmakis||'||Didis|
|1965||Kai oi... 14 itan iperohi||'||Antoine|
|1965||Beethoven and Bouzouki|| '|
Beethoven ke bouzouki
|1966||I Kleopatra itan Adonis / I kleopatra en drasei|| '|
Cleopatra was Antony
Cleopatra in Action
|Adonis Hrissovergis / Cleopatra|
|1966||Fifis o aktyptos||Fifis|
|1968||Gia mia trypia drachmi||'||Stavros, even as Aspassia|
|1968||I mnistires tis Pinelopi||'||Odysseus/Penelope|
|1970||O Stavros ine poniros||'||-|
|1971||To koroidaki tis prigkipessas||'||Stavros Morros|
|1972||O magkas me to trikyklo||'||Stavros Perivolaris|
|1980||A Taste of Greece||'||-|
|1984||Here is the Balkans|| '|
Edo einai Valkania
|1995||Akropol||'||Adonis Seferiadis the prince|
|1997||Avrio tha xeroume||'||Thomas|
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