Kakia Analyti was born in 1934, in Piraeus, Greece. She studied at the Drama School of the Athens Conservatory, under the guidance of director Dimitris Rontiris. She made her stage debut in a 1955 Athens production of Grigorios Xenopoulos' "To Fioro tou Levante" and then collaborated with major stage stars of the period, like Katerina and Manos Katrakis. In 1963 she founded the theater "Analyti" and created her personal group with her husband, popular actor Kostas Rigopoulos. Their repertory included plays by Tennessee Williams ("The Glass Menagerie" in which she played Amanda), Alexei Arbouzoff, Andre Roussen etc. Read more... - and, probably, the biggest commercial success in the history of modern Greek theater - was Francois Cambeau's comedy "Agapi mou oua-oua", in which Analyti played, for six consecutive seasons, the part of an African maid. She also appeared in a number of 1960s films, mostly melodramas in which she interpreted innocent, romantic girls. She left the stage in the early 1990s and died of a heart attack in 2002.