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Ginka Konstantinova Stancheva is Bulgarian theater and cinema actress. She was born on June 15, 1932 in Sofia. In 1955, she graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Art, Sofia, Bulgaria in the class of Professor Stefan Surchadzhiev and began her career in the Blagoevgrad Drama Theater with the role of Blaga in "The Seedlings Bloom" by Slavcho Krasinski .She worked there until 1958. From 1958 to 1992 she played on the stage of the National Youth Theatere . From 1993 to 1998 she worked in a private theater "Barbukov", in municipal theater "Renaissance" , in Theatre 199. Ginka Stancheva played multiple roles in theater, the most significant are: Juliet in "Romeo and Juliet" by William Shakespeare; Olivia in "Twelfth Night" by William Shakespeare; Queen in "Richard II" by William Shakespeare; Mila in "The Skirts of Vitosha" by Peyo Yavorov; Maria in "Beautiful Lady" by Doncho Tsonchev; Anna in "Above All, Love" by Damyan Damyanov; Esmeralda in "Hunchback of Notre Dame" by Victor Hugo; Katya in "Humiliated and Offended" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Mary in "Tom Sawyer" by Mark Twain; Dasha in the "Barbarians" by Maxim Gorky; Sister Yankova in "Roses for Dr. Shomov" by Dragomir Asenov. She has participated in radio and Television Theater. She was becoming increasingly popular in 1957 for her role in the film " Earth ", directed by Zahari Zhandov. The film earned the right to participate in the competition program of the Cannes Film Festival . Stancheva starred in 19 films, the most significant among which are " Lyubimetz 13 ", " Specialist Everything " and " Night of the white horse ," and the first Bulgarian soap opera " Family Kalinkovi ." In 1984, she participated in the dubbing of Bulgarian TV 's famous Spanish children's series " Blue Summer ".
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