|Died||17 January 1973|
Takis Christoforidis (Greek : Τάκης Χριστοφορίδης, 1914–1973) was a Greek actor and cousin of Periklis Christoforidis.
Panayiotis Vassilakis, also known as Takis, was a self-taught Greek artist known for his kinetic sculptures. He exhibited his artworks in Europe and the United States. Popular in France, his works can be found in public locations in and around Paris, as well as at the Athens-based Takis Foundation Research Center for the Arts and Sciences.
Panagiotis "Taki" Theodoracopulos is a Greek journalist and writer. He lives in New York City, London and Gstaad, Switzerland.
Takis Loukanidis was a Greek footballer of the 1950s–60s.
Anton Christoforidis was a Greek professional light heavyweight boxer. He won the NBA Light Heavyweight Championship in 1941, making him the first Greek to become a world boxing champion.
Taki's Magazine, called Takimag for short, is an online magazine of politics and culture published by the Greek paleoconservative journalist and socialite Taki Theodoracopulos and edited by his daughter Mandolyna Theodoracopulos. Initially called Taki's Top Drawer, the site was redesigned and relaunched under its current title in March 2008 with a subsequent redesign in 2010. The website is sympathetic to the far-right. It received criticism in 2013 after it published articles in support of the Greek neo-Nazi political party Golden Dawn.
Christos Christoforidis is a Swedish footballer (forward) of Greek descent, currently playing for Syrianska FC on loan from GAIS. He moved to the club in 2007 from Messiniakos.
Liar Wanted is a 1961 Greek comedy film made by Finos Films, based on the same named theatrical work of Dimitris Psathas. It was directed by Giannis Dalianidis and starring Dinos Iliopoulos, Pantelis Zervos, Thanassis Vengos and Periklis Christoforidis.
The Downfall is a 1961 Greek drama film made by Finos Films. It was directed by Giannis Dalianidis and starring Zoi Laskari, Nikos Kourkoulos, Vangelis Voulgaridis and Pantelis Zervos.
Ah! Kai na 'moun antras is a 1966 Greek black and white comedy film directed and written by Stefanos Fotiadis and starring Maro Kontou, Dionyssis Papayannopoulos, Nikos Rizos and Giorgos Moutsios.
To exypno pouli is a 1961 Greek film.
O thisavros tou makariti or Dead Man's Treasure is a 1959 Greek comedy film produced by Finos Film. Based on a play written by Nikos Tsiforos and Polivios Vasileiadis, it was one of the last films Tsiforos directed for Finos and was regarded as some of their best work. Georgia Vasileiadou, Vasilis Avlonitis, Nikos Rizos, and Stefanos Linaios featured in the film. The story drew on the development of polykatoikla apartments that occurred in Athens in the post-World War II era as a setting to explore women using their poniria as a means to get things done.
O skliros andras is a 1961 Greek comedy film produced by Finos Films and was directed by Giannis Dalianidis and starred Kostas Hatzichristos, Martha Vourtsi, Martha Karagianni and Kostas Voutsas. It is a cinematographic representation of the play by Georgios Roussos. In its first week of screening in Athens and Piraeus, the movie sold 38,764 tickets placing it 14th in the 68 Greek films in 1961–62.
Thema syneidiseos is a 1973 Greek film produced by Finos Films, directed by Petros Lykas and starring Nikos Kourkoulos and Betty Arvaniti.
EFAO Zografou B.C., abbreviated as EFAOZ B.C., is a Greek professional basketball club that is based in Zografou, Athens, Greece. The club's full name is Enosi Filathlitikou Athlitikou Omilou Zografou, which means Union of Philathletic Athletic Group of Zografou. The club is also commonly known as Filathlitikos B.C. The team's colors are red and white.
John the Violent is a 1973 black and white Greek film starring Manolis Logiadis in his role as Ioannis Zachos, a young psychopath who murders a woman in Athens. The award-winning film was directed by Tonia Marketaki. The film impressed the audience at the Thessaloniki film festival upon its release in 1973 where it was awarded three of the top prizes. The film is based on an actual murder which happened in Athens in the 1960s and created a media sensation at the time.
Thou-Vou falakros praktor, epiheirisis "Yis Mathiam" is a 1969 Greek spy comedy film directed by Thanasis Vengos, written by Giorgos Lazaridis, and starring Thanasis Vengos, Zannino, and Antonis Papadopoulos. The film was shot in black-and-white.
A Matter of Earnestness is a 1965 Greek comedy film directed by Alekos Sakellarios.
Takis Karagiozopoulos is a Greek former football midfielder.
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