Mariana Krumova's first job was at a school in a small village near Rousse, where the young teacher of Bulgarian language and literature, has just graduated, taught one year scholars. But began to teach at the school, she is known that this is only temporary. Indeed, after this year of teaching, she finds herself in the foyer of the National Academy for Theater and Film Art, Sofia which falls on the casting for the film "Advantage" by director Georgi Djulgerov. She began shooting the film in which she played the character "Steal the Flag". She met in this film not only with Georgi Djulgerov, but also with Rousy Chanev. As soon as she completed shooting in "Advantage", she comes across another great director - Vulo Radev. He invited her to participate in the film "Adaptation". In the theater she worked with Vaskresiya Viharova, Panteley Pantaleev, Margarita Mladenova, and Georgi Djulgerov in Dimitrovgrad Theater. In Dimitrovgrad she discovered the world of theater experiment. Then Ivan Dobchev formed Khaskovo Theater troupe and the young actress from Dimitrovgrad went to Dobchev. Dimitrovgrad is extremely useful creative period in her biography, but in Khaskovo her name became a landmark. There Ivan Dobchev make her name, there she played great roles such as Albena in "Albena" by Yordan Yovkov, staging by Ivan Dobchev. In 1986 she received for this role the Union of Bulgarian Actors' Award for Best Actress. With Dobchev Mariana Krumova made his next great success role - she (still very young) played Gertrude in "Hamlet," build images that remain in the golden pages of Bulgarian theater. Then she made her roles in the movies "The Love Summer of a Schlep ", "Emilia's Friends," "Ivan and Alexandra", "Border". In Rouse Mariana continues to make his discoveries about herself. She played in the comedy, done by Ventzislav Petkov. It is "Flambé" by Chanoch Levy. She also played in the "Medea" by Euripides.
- Madera Matan(as Marina Krumova)
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