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Manos Katrakis

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Biography

Kastelli Kissamou, Crete, Greece
Katrakis was born in Kissamos, Chania, Crete. He was the youngest of the five children of the merchant Charalambos Katrakis merchant and his wife Irini.

In 1919 the family moved to Athens, where Manos, who had almost no acting experience, first appeared in theatrical scene. He made his debut aged just 18 years, with the group "Young" at work "To love." His brio and capacity enthralled the director Kostas Leloudas, so a year later, in 1928, he played the leading role in the silent film To lavaro tou '21 (1929) (i.e. "The banner of 1821"). Read more...

Actor

Character: Ship captain Nikolas Maroukis

Ta kokkina fanaria 1963

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Character: Pan / Poet

Enas delikanis 1963

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Character: Elefterios Dimitropoulos

Katigoro tous anthropous 1966

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Character: Manos Sarris

I kardia enos aliti 1968

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Character: Alekos Valiris

Kakos, psyhros ki anapodos 1969

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Character: Eleftherios

I Aliki diktator 1972

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Character: Nikolaos Plastiras

O anthropos me to garyfallo 1980

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Character: Nekroforas

Synoikia to Oneiro 1961

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Character: Professor Victor Kastriotis

Prodosia 1964

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Character: Petros Rallis

Oi prostates 1973

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Character: Bournokos

Thriamvos 1962

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Character: Father Vasileios

O adelfos Anna 1963

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