Giannis Voglis, Greek actor, Died at 78

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Giannis Voglis was born on September 30, 1937, in Athens, and died April 20, 2016.

He was a Greek actor.

Voglis studied at the dramatic school of Pelos Katselis.

His first appearance in the theater was in the theatrical performance I anodos tou Artouro in 1961, and directed by Karolos Koun.

He made his first appearance in film in the movie I Yperifanoi.

Giannis Voglis became famous during the movie Koritsia ston ilio (A Girl in the Sun) in 1968.

Giannis Voglis’s important feature was in the movie The choma vaftike kokkino (The Soil is Coloured Red) by Vassilis Georgiadis.

Giannis Voglis appeared mainly in theatre along with other famous actors and actresses including Elli Lambeti, Alekos Alexandrakis, Manos Katrakis, etc.

Giannis Voglis worked basically as an announcer in KThBE.

Giannis Voglis used the name, John Miller, according to the National Theatre archives appears as I. Gkoglis.

Voglis was a member of Anatoli company during the 1980s.

Giannis Voglis participated in many publications as a narrator, he engaged even in directing.

He became an artistic member of DIPETHE Patras from the public council of the theatre, in October 2009.

Giannis Voglis passed away 78 yrs old.

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