Georgi Georgiev-Getz was a Bulgarian film and stage actor. Best known for portraying valiant and honest conservative men, Getz was among the prominent names in the Bulgarian cinematography and theatre during the second half of the 20th century. He appeared in many of the Bulgarian film classics such as We Were Young, The Tied Up Balloon, The Eighth, Thorn Apple, Matriarchy and probably his most notable role as Yordan in A Peasant on a Bicycle for which he received an award for Best Actor at the 9th Moscow International Film Festival in 1975.
|Born:||October 04, 1926, village of Razpopovtsi, Bulgaria|
|Died:||September 2, 1996, Sofia, Bulgaria|
|Occupation:||Film and Theater Actor|
|IMDb:||Georgi Georgiev-Getz's IMDb|
About Georgi Georgiev-Getz
Recipient of the award for Best Actor at the 9th Moscow International Film Festival. He was also known for his roles in many successful Bulgarian films.
He attended The National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts.
His acting archetype consisted of him portraying honest, conservative men.
He was born in Razpopovtsi, Bulgaria.
Both Georgiev-Getz and John Neville were celebrated for their acting on both film and the stage.
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