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|Born||September 26, 1922|
|Died||April 14, 1985 62) (aged|
Panagiotis (Takis) Miliadis (Greek : Τάκης Μηλιάδης; September 26, 1922 - April 14, 1985) was a Greek actor who is known for his comedic acting roles.
Takis Miliadis was born in Athens, Greece on September 26, 1922, into a theatrical and musical family. As his father, Nikos, was an actor in musical theatre, and his mother, Marika Anthopoulou, was an opera singer, he was intensely exposed to theatrical acting during his childhood. Later, he was characterised as the ‘Maurice Chevalier’ of Greece. He studied theatre with other famous students, such as Kostas Bastias and Dimitris Rontiros. Miliadis married three times, first to Betty Moschona, and then to Sasa Kazeli. Finally, he married Paraskevi Kollis and together they raised a son, Marios Miltiadis.
Miliadis graduated from the University of Athens Medical School. Throughout his career, Miliadis has played roles in films and theatre. During his theatrical career, he earned great reviews from critics. At one point in his life he worked in Germany as a radio presenter, as part of a Greek-language broadcast.
Other than theatricals, films, radio and television broadcasts, he also did many refreshments in the Athens-Piraues time, with several number of reviews. He was one of the only invited hosts in the Sunday television broadcasts on YENED (now ET2) Kyriaki horis sinnefa (Κυριακή χωρίς σύννεφα = Sundays Without Any Clouds), in theatrical sketches and also presented Omiros Athinaios.
On April 12th 1985, Miliadis was involved in a car crash near his home in Ioannina. He survived the incident but he was left fatally wounded and he eventually succumbed to his injuries two days later.
|Year||Film||Transliteration and translation||Role|
|1960||Allou ta kararismata||Αλλού τα κακαρίσματα...||-|
|1961||I Avgi tou Thriamvou||Η Αυγή του Θριάμβου||-|
|1964||Kosmos kai Kosmakis||Κόσμος και Κοσμάκης (People and its People)||Padelis Touvlaras|
|1965||Einai enas trelos... trelos... trellos... Veggos||*Eίναι ένας τρελός... τρελός... τρελός Βέγγος||James Bondopoulos|
|1966||Kounia pou se kounage||Kούνια που σε κούναγε||Tryfonas Karabolas|
|1967||Voitheia! O Vengos faneros praktor 000||Βοήθεια!... O Βέγγος φανερός πράκτωρ 000||Manolis|
|1967||Trelos, palavos kai Veggos||Tρελός, παλαβός και Βέγγος||Grigoris|
|1967||I paichnidiara||Η παιχνιδιάρα||-|
|1967||The World Has Gone Crazy||Ο κόσμος τρελάθηκε (O kosmos trelathike)||Patroklos|
|1967||Kolonaki, diagogi miden||Kολωνάκι, διαγωγή μηδέν||Petros de la Sibela|
|1967||Enas apendaros leftas||Ένας απένταρος λεφτάς||Loukas Grigoriou|
|1968||Kakos, psihros ki anapodos||Kακός, ψυχρός κι ανάποδος||Giannis Reppas|
|1969||Thou-Vou falakros praktor, epiheirisis "Yis Mathiam"||Θου-Βου φαλακρός πράκτωρ, επιχείρησις Γης Μαδιάμ||director|
|1969||Who is Thanassis||Ποιος Θανάσης (Pios Thanassis)||Fondas Bazoukas|
|1969||Ena asyllipto koroido||Ένα ασύλληπτο κορόιδο||Vangelis Lepouras|
|1970||The Dry-Head||Ο ξεροκέφαλος (O xerokefalos)||Andronikos|
|1972||Axiomatikos Ypiresias||Αξιωματικός Υπηρεσίας||-|
|1973||The Man That Ran Too Much||Ό άνθρωπος που έτρεχε πολύ (O anthropos pou etrehe poli)||Harilaos Zevedaios|
|1978||O falakros mathitis||Ο φαλακρός μαθητής||Despoinopoulos|
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