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Konstantin Vasilev Kisimov is a Actor Bulgare born on 16 april 1897 at Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgarie)

Konstantin Vasilev Kisimov

Konstantin Vasilev Kisimov
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Nationality Bulgarie
Birth 16 april 1897 at Veliko Tarnovo (Bulgarie)
Death 16 august 1965 (at 68 years) at Balchik (Bulgarie)

Konstantin Vasilev Kisimov (Bulgarian: Константин Кисимов) was a Bulgarian stage and film actor born in 1897, deceased in 1965.

He was born in the family of revolutionaries and enlighteners. His father had studied International law in Cambridge University. Naturally Konstantin followed his example and started studying law in the Sofia University and then in the Sorbonne. His love for the stage turned his life. He was admitted to the Acting school of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre and spent there a year before going in on a specialization in Paris in 1924 from where he returned in 1928. At first he was devoted to the theatre, but soon started his career in cinema. He took part in some of the first Bulgarian movies. He went on to become one of the most famous Bulgarian actors until the 1960s. His most notable role was that of Kolcho Slepetsa (Kolcho The Blind) in Pod igoto (1952). Other notable appearances include those in Kalin Orelat (1950), Geroite na Shipka (1955) and Hitar Petar (1960). Konstantin Kisimov died in a car accident in Balchik where he had taken part in a play. A number of Bulgarian theatres and theatrical schools bear his name.

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Filmography of Konstantin Vasilev Kisimov (4 films)

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The Tied Up Balloon, 1h38
Directed by Binka Zhelyazkova
Genres Drama, Comedy, Fantasy
Actors Grigor Vachkov, Georgi Partsalev, Georgi Kaloyanchev, Konstantin Kotsev, Georgi Georgiev-Getz, Konstantin Vasilev Kisimov
Roles the blind man
Rating73% 3.689513.689513.689513.689513.68951
Pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, un ballon dirigeable militaire apparaît soudainement dans le ciel au-dessus d’un village de montagne bulgare. Étonnés, les villageois décident de le faire descendre mais le ballon s’envole. Les villageois s’arment et suivent le « miracle » mais un groupe d’un autre village fait de même. Petit à petit, une querelle s’installe : à quel village le ballon appartient il ?