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Aliki Vougiouklaki (1934–1996)

Aliki Vougiouklaki was born in 1934 (or 1933, according to some sources), in Maroussi Attikis, Greece. She studied at the Drama School of the Greek National Theater and made her stage debut in a 1953 Athens production of Molière's "Le malade imaginaire". Around the same time she made her movie debut in The Little Mouse (1954). The late 1950's was ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 62) in Athens, Greece

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Filmography

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 1996 The Sound of Music (TV Movie)
Maria
 1991 Kai efthymi... kai hira (TV Series)
Anna Rantek
 1990 Nychta magon (TV Movie)
 1981 Nelly, the Spy
Nelli Vailanou
 1979 To cabare (TV Movie)
Sally Bowles
 1977 I theatrina (TV Series)
Julia
 1975 Vasilissa Amalia (TV Series)
Queen Amalia
 1973 I Maria tis siopis
Maria
 1972 Dictator Aliki
Aliki Barouzou
 1971 The Daughter of the Sun
Magia Vali
 1971 S' agapo
Aggela
 1970 Ena asteio koritsi
Hristina
 1970 Lieutenant Natassa
Natassa Arseni
 1969 The Fairy and the Man
Katerinio
 1969 The Teacher with the Golden Hair
Myrto Theodorou
 1968 Our Love
Marina
 1968 To koritsi tou louna park
Margarita
 1968 I arhontissa ki o alitis
Rena Katsarou / Pipis
 1967 To pio labro asteri
Katerina
 1967 Oh! That Wife of Mine
Nina
 1967 Dancing the Sirtaki
Marina
 1966 My Daughter, the Socialist
Liza Delvi
 1965 Moderna Stahtopouta
Katerina
 1964 Ace of Spades
Kaiti
 1964 I soferina
Mary Diamantidi
 1963 Htypokardia sto thranio
Liza Petrovasili
 1963 I pseftra
Mary Delipetrou
 1963 Aliki
Aliki
 1963 Siralardaki heyecanlar (as Aliki Vuyuklaki)
 1962 Taxidi
Marina
 1961 I Liza kai i alli
Liza Frangoudi / Mitsi Gavriiloglou
 1961 Alice in the Navy
Aliki
 1960 The Underdog
Mary Georganta
 1960 Moussitsa
Aliki
 1960 Madalena
Madalena
 1959 I zavoliara
Lenio
 1959 Love Stories
Maritsa
 1959 Astero
Astero
 1959 Maiden's Cheek
Liza Papastavrou
 1958 Haroumenoi alites
Annoula
 1958 O Mimikos kai i Mary
Mairi Veber
 1958 Vacations in Aegina
Aliki
 1957 Maria Pentagiotissa
Maria Pentagiotissa
 1955/II The Shepherd's Daughter
Kroustalo
 1954 The Little Mouse
Krinoula
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Personal Details

Publicity Listings:

1 Biographical Movie | 2 Interviews | 2 Articles | 1 Pictorial | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

Alternate Names:

Aliki Vuyuklaki
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Did You Know?

Personal Quote:

"If I die tomorrow the exact same thing that has happened to Marilyn Monroe in the U.S. will happen to me too: for as long as she was alive and well people looked down upon her and considered her some sort of an inferior "product". The moment she died, scenes from her movies were spliced together and everybody said "look, what an amazing phaenomenon, what a great actress she was." (1976) See more »

Trivia:

Her 1973 movie I Maria tis siopis (1973) (Maria of silence) is in reality a remake of the 1948 Jean Negulesco film Johnny Belinda (1948). The part of Belinda (Maria in the Greek version), the deaf mute rape victim had been played by Jane Wyman. See more »

Trademark:

A red hibiscus behind her ear

Star Sign:

Cancer

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