|Born||in Burgas, Bulgaria|
Mini Bio (1)
Meglena Karalambova was born on June 20, 1943 in Burgas, Bulgaria. She graduated School of English Language in 1963. In the period 1963-1967 she studied acting at National Academy for Theatre and Film Art, Sofia in the class of Professor Stefan Surchadzhiev and Metodi Andonov . She graduated successfully Academy in 1967 and the same year made her stage debut in the Varna Drama Theatre playing Ellison in "Turn Back in Anger" by J. Osborne. From 1967 to 1969 she played on the stage of Varna Drama Theatre. She then moved into the theater of the Bulgarian Army. Her biography includes roles from Bulgarian, foreign classic and contemporary plays: Ophelia and Gertrude, Olivia, the French princess ( "Hamlet," "Twelfth Night," "Labours of Love" by William Shakespeare), Maria ("The monk and his sons" by M. Milkov), Magda ( "Evenings of Ivan Gillin" by N. Parushev), Milka ( "Masters" by R. Stoyanov), Judith ( "Student of the Devil" by B. Shaw), Nina ( "Masquerade" by M. Lermontov), Elitza ( "Time" by A. Donchev), Dunyasha, Charlotte ( "The Cherry Orchard" - A. Chekhov), Blond , Tonichka, Richard ("Criminal song "," Miracle "," Whoopi or the theater at the end of the century " by Ivan Radoev), Mary Boyle (" Juno and the Peacock "by S. O'Casey), Anichka, Amalia (" Careerists "," Duel " by Ivan Vazov), Eva ( "Mr. Puntilla and his servant Matti" by Berthold Brecht), A ( "Three tall women" by E. Albee), Mother ( "A night out" by Harold Pinter), Spasiya ( "Charming my fleas" by Boyan Papazov). She was a favorite actress of great Bulgarian theater director Leon Daniel. She has participated in many Bulgarian films. Karalambova has appeared also in American, French and Italian films. At the end of the theatrical season 2002/2003 the actress celebrated her 60th anniversary in performance by Kamen Donev "Grande Finale". In Theatre 199 she played in the mono-drama "Kiki van Beethoven" by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt , directed by Georgi Djulgerov, as well as in the show "Rabbit Hole" by David Lindsay-Abera , director Ivaylo Hristov . Meglena Karalambova is also known to radio listeners with recordings of poems and plays for radio "Sofia". She recorded dozens children's tales of LPs and cassettes. She actively engaged in the dubbing of television movies. Besides her acting appearances Karalambova manifests as a translator of plays from English. She admits that despite the magic of cinema, theater is her great love. She has a daughter Nevena Beleva, who is artist-designer .
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Georgi Djulgerov <email@example.com>