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"Fourth Power" is a bold series

28 October 2013 / 13:10:16  GRReporter
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Anna Papadopoulou is a Bulgarian theatre and film actress of Greek descent, who was born in Sofia, on 31.12.1978. In 2000, she graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts (NAFTA), where she studied in the class of famous Bulgarian actor Prof. Stefan Danailov. During her first year of studying, the young actress debuted in the oldest Bulgarian theatre, the Ivan Vazov National Theatre, with the role of Anna in Alexander Morfov’s spectacle "Lower Depths" by Maxim Gorky. On its stage Anna Papadopoulou played the roles of Beatrice in Alexander Morfov’s showing of "The Decameron or Blood and Passion" by Boccaccio, Salome in "Salome" by Oscar Wilde, Perdita in "A Winter's Tale" by William Shakespeare, Dona Elvira in "Don Giovanni" by Moliere, Anna Petrovna in "Ivanov" by Anton Chekhov, Roxanne in "Cyrano de Bergerac" by Rostand.
Anna Papadopoulou’s screen debut was in "Letter to America" ​​(2001). For her performance she won the "Nevena Kokanova" award for best debut. Then she starred in "The Devil's Tail", the TV series "Patriarchy" (2005), "The World is Big and Salvation Lurks around the Corner" (2008), "Mission London" (2010). Currently she is starring in the popular Bulgarian series "Fourth Power".
    Anna Papadopoulou talks with Polina Spartyanova.

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