Gringo-Bogdan Grigorov

Actor

GRINGO-BOGDAN GRIGOROV was born on May 7, 1998, in Sofia. In 2021, he graduated with a degree in "Acting for Dramatic Theatre" from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts "Krastyo Sarafov" in the class of prof. Plamen Markov with the role of Homa Brut in "The Impure" by Gogol, directed by Kalin Angelov, and the role of The Prisoner in "Edmund" by David Mamet, directed by Nadya Pancheva. 

His professional stage debut is in the role of Gregor in "Explosive Comedy for the Big Bang" by Alexander Sekulov, directed by Plamen Markov (Satirical Theatre "Aleko Konstantinov", 2022). In the same year, he becomes part of the ensemble of the "Nikola Vaptsarov" Drama Theatre in Blagoevgrad after being selected in a casting among more than 90 participants. He makes his debut on the Blagoevgrad stage in the role of Rafa in "The Boy in the Last Row" by Juan Mayorga, directed by Teya Sugareva. 

 

His roles in the theatre include: 

  • Rafa in "The Boy in the Last Row" by Juan Mayorga, director Teya Sugareva (2022);
  • Мax in "A Comedy of Tenors" by Ken Ludwig, director Asen Blatechki (2023);
  • The Father in "The Transfiguration" by Franz Kafka, director Veselka Kuncheva (2023);
  • Orpheus, Bacchus and Aeolus in "Metamorphoses" by Ovid, stage adaptation by Mary Zimmerman, director Stayko Murdjev (2023);

 

His roles outside "Nikola Vaptsarov" Drama Theatre include:

  • Gregor in "Explosive Comedy for the Big Bang" by Alexander Sekulov, directed by Plamen Markov (Satirical Theatre, 2022);
  • Ben in "The Mercy Seat" by Neil LaBute, director Nadya Pancheva ("Apostle Karamitev" Drama Theatre - Dimitrovgrad / City Mark Art Centre, 2022);

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