Yannis Voglis was born in 1937, in Athens, Greece. He studied acting at the Drama School of Pelos Katselis and made his stage debut in a 1961 Athens revival of Brecht's "The Rise of Arthuro Oui" (directed by Carolos Koun). He had a solid theatrical career; his highlihts include Ibsen's "Peer Guyyd" (title role), Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" (title role), Sophocles' "Philoktitis" (title role), Gorky's "The Enemies" (as Zahar Bartin) and many Greek plays. Read more... as the shepherd in Koritsia ston ilio (1968). He also appeared in international productions and TV series.