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Actress Anna Panagiotopoulou has passed away

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“Anna is gone”, the artist announced with a modest announcement

Actress Anna Panagiotopoulou has died, as it became known on the morning of Holy Saturday.

The unpleasant event was announced by Stamatis Kraunakis, with a post on his personal Facebook profile.

“Anna is gone,” the artist announced with a simple announcement.

Anna Panagiotopoulou was born in Kypseli. From her childhood she wanted to be an actress.

She grew up in a big city environment, which had nothing to do with the theater, while her parents didn't want her to do anything like that. When she was sent to Switzerland to study, she secretly returned and took the National exams.

Together with Stamatis Fasoulis and a legendary class, they were key members of the Free Theater – almost from its beginnings – and starred in its first big hit “And you comb your hair”, which made it known and loved by the general public. They staged performances of a diverse repertoire, from Brecht to Khourmouzi. They got a permanent “roof” when they went to Alsos Pagratiou. Athens experienced another kind of theater and a new approach to the review.

In 1980, the Free Theater stopped and the Free Stage was founded, by Anna Panagiotopoulos and Stamatis Fasoulis, which was essentially a renaming of the Free Theater. Anna Panagiotopoulou continued with inspections, in which she acted but also wrote theatrical numbers that left an era.

She became widely known through her participation in television series, first on state and then on private television. A highlight of her career and unforgettable to this day is her interpretation of “Madame Sousou” in the adaptation of Dimitris Psatha's novel of the same title in the 1986-87 season (along with Thanasis Papageorgiou, Angelos Antonopoulos, Natasa Asikis, etc.).

The series were also hugely successful: The Three Graces (with Minas Adamakis, Nenas Menti, Anna Kyriakou) and Dolce Vita (with Katiana Balanikas, Maria Kavogianni, Maria Fokas, Thanasis Efthymiadis, Katerina Ziogou, Pavlos Orkopoulo, Galini Tseva et al.), which are considered “classics”. Strictly Appropriate” etc.

Source: showbiz.cyprustimes.com

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