Grigor Vachkov is a Actor Bulgare born on 26 may 1932 at Levski Municipality (Bulgarie)
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Birth name Grigor Vachkov GrigorovNationality BulgarieBirth 26 may 1932
at Levski Municipality (Bulgarie
)Death 18 march 1980
(at 47 years) at Sofia (Bulgarie
Grigor Vachkov, often called Grishata (Bulgarian: Григор Вачков - Гришата; 26 May 1932 – 18 March 1980) was a Bulgarian theater and film actor, honored with the award of "People's actor" in the People's Republic of Bulgaria. He had more than 41 appearances and leading roles in the Bulgarian cinema.
Vachkov got a broad popularity after the role of Mitko the Bomb in the TV series At Each Kilometer (1969–71). Despite his death in 1980, he remains as one of the leading actors in the history of the Bulgarian cinematography of that time. During the 1960s and 1970s, Vachkov starred in classic film productions as Torrid Noon (1965), The Tied Up Balloon (1967) both written by Yordan Radichkov, Whale (1970) directed by Petar B. Vasilev, The Kindest Person I Know (1973), The Last Summer (1974) also written by Radichkov, Almost a Love Story (1980), The Truck (1980) and especially his role as Banko in Manly Times (1977) directed by Eduard Zahariev. Vachkov is also known for his numerous appearances on the stage of the Satirical Theatre „Aleko Konstantinov“, Sofia.