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Director, Artist

Haris Frangoulis is a versatile artist making waves as both an actor and director. His debut in theater came with the play “The Guardian.” This marked the beginning of a journey filled with significant encounters, including luminaries like Lefteris Voyatzis, Dimitris Papaioannou, Mihail Marmarinos, Mastorakis, and Houvardas, who strengthened and enriched his artistic path.   Frangoulis has left an indelible mark on the theater scene with notable performances in productions such as “Golfo” (2013), “Operetta” (2017), “The Glass Menagerie” (2018), and “Hamlet” (2015).   Venturing into the realm of cinema, Frangoulis has brought his acting prowess to the big screen with roles in films like “Feelings” (2014), “Afterlov” (2016), “Birds, or How to Be a Bird” (2019), and “Ouzeri Tsitsanis” (2015).   His talent extends beyond the borders of Greece; in 2018, he took part in the theatrical production of Nikos Karathanos’ “Birds,” which graced the stage at St. Ann’s Warehouse in New York City.   Haris Frangoulis continues to captivate audiences with his dynamic performances, leaving an indomitable mark on both stage and screen. In 2013, he received the prestigious “Dimitris Horn” Theater Award, a testament to his outstanding contributions to the stage.