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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 1 January 1934Bucharest, Romania
Date of Death 10 November 2009Bucharest, Romania  (complications during surgery)
Height 5' 8½" (1.74 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Gheorghe Dinica is one of the greatest Romanian actors of all time. As a child he was passionate to go to movie theaters where he saw famous movie legends as Stan & Bran, Greta Garbo, Vivien Leigh, Bette Davis, Bill Crosby and Chaplin. From the age of 17 until 23 he was a part of different amateur theater troupes and in 1957, at the age of 23, he entered at The National Institute of Art Theatre and Cinematography. He captured public attention in 1961, in his last play for the exam where he played Inspector Gool from the play with the same name. His most well-known movies are Mastodontul (1975), Through the Ashes of the Empire (1976), Revenge (1978), Why Are the Bells Ringing, Mitica? (1981), The Contest (1982), The Stone Cross (1993), The Earth's Most Beloved Son (1993), Philanthropy (2002), Taxi or Limousine (2003), Sweet swan of death (2003) and in 2004 there are few movie in production or ready to be released, such as Orient Express and Magnatul. The rich filmography together with a full and successful experience in theatre makes him a respectable actor with a lot of fans even amongst the young generation and serve as an example for actors of his generation but also for the young ones.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Ciprian Brasoveanu

Spouse (1)

Gabriela Georgeta (January 1996 - 10 November 2009) (his death)

Trade Mark (2)

Usually plays ill-natured, dislikable characters
His inimitable voice and timbre

Trivia (2)

Graduate of the Institute of Theater and Cinematographic Art (IATC), Bucharest
Great friend of fellow actor Marin Moraru.

Personal Quotes (1)

I was a free child, naughty, curious, raised by streets and friends rather than family.

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