Teodor Kukov


TEODOR KUKOV was born on April 4, 1985, in Pleven. He graduated in "Acting" from the "Neofit Rilski" South-West University in the class of assoc. prof. Ognian Spirov. 

He worked as an actor in the ensemble of "Dimitar Dimov" Drama and Puppet Theatre in Kardzali. In 2013 he became a part of the ensemble of the "Nikola Vaptsarov" Drama Theatre in Blagoevgrad. 


His roles in the theatre include:  

  • Peter in "Geratsi" by Elin Pelin, director Boyko Bogdanov (2013);
  • Paul Barter in "Barefoot in the Park" by Neil Simon, director Nadejda Asenova (2013);
  • Sveto and Kiril in "The Barrel of Gunpowder" by Dean Dukovski, director Sofia Ristevska (2013);
  • Edryu in "Boryana" by Jordan Yovkov, director Boyko Bogdanov (2014);
  • Evil and the Milkman in "The Big Award" by Ector Cintero, director Petrinel Gotchev (2014);
  • Bashev in "BG Criminal Story" by Ivo Siromahovm director Boris Rankin (2015);
  • Doctor Veselinov in "Duel" by Ivan Vazov, director Kostadin Bandutov (2016);
  • Chudomir in "In The Feet of Vitosha Mountain" by Peyo Yavorov, director Margarita Macheva (2017);
  • Choir in "Princess Turandot" by Carlo Gozzi, director Margarita Macheva (2018);
  • Alan Campbell in "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde, director Stayko Murdjev (2019);
  • Soldier in "Vaptsarov: Songs of Man" by Stayko Murjev, Boian Ivanov and Teya Sugareva (2019);
  • Bob in "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens - performance of Margarita Macheva, Stayko Murdjev and Petya Boyukova (2019);
  • Damis in "Tartuffe" by Moliere, director Damyan Tenev (2020);
  • Joss Sedley and others in "Vanity Fair" by Kate Hamill, director Margarita Macheva (2021);
  • Lane in "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde, director Anton Ugrinov (2021);
  • The King in "Cinderella" by Charles Perrault, director Margarita Macheva (2021);
  • Father Dewis in "Buried Child" by Sam Shepard, director Nikolay Yordanov (2022);
  • Silenus and Merchant in "Metamorphoses" by Ovid, stage adaptation by Mary Zimmerman, director Stayko Murdjev (2023);
  • Don Pedro, The Clock and others in "The Birthday of the Infanta" by Oscar Wilde, director Todor Vulov (2024) and others;

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