Șerban Cantacuzino (actor)
Prince Șerban Constantin Cantacuzino (Romanian pronunciation: [ʃerˈban konstanˈtin kantakuziˈno]; 4 February 1941 – 4 July 2011) was a Romanian prince and actor, who appeared in more than a dozen television, film, and musical roles during his career. He was a descendant of Şerban Cantacuzino, the Prince of Wallachia from 1678 to 1688.
Born into Romanian nobility, Cantacuzino was a descendant of Șerban Cantacuzino, the Prince of Wallachia who supported the Ottoman Empire at the Battle of Vienna, published the Cantacuzino Bible and introduced corn to present-day Romania. His father, Ion Cantacuzino, was a screenwriter, doctor, film critic, film director and producer.
Cantacuzino made his stage acting debut when he was 11 years old at the Bucharest National Theatre in the production, The Prince and the Beggar, opposite his grandmother, actress Maria Filotti. He starred in Richard III as Prince Edward at the Army Theater in Constanța, Romania, in 1963. Cantacuzino co-starred with George Vraca in Richard III.
|1964||Strainul||elevul Lucian Varga|
|1965||Gaudeamus igitur||Emil Serban|
|1967||Sept hommes et une garce||Silvio|
|1975||Stefan cel Mare - Vaslui 1475|
|1984||Muschetarii in vacanta|
|1988||Secretul armei secrete|
|1989||Cei care platesc cu viata||(final film role)|
- Popescu, Irina (2011-07-07). "Romanian Prince Serban Cantacuzino dies in Paris". Romania Insider. Retrieved 2011-07-15.
- "Romanian prince and actor Serban Cantacuzino dies in Paris aged 70". The Washington Post. Associated Press. 2011-07-07. Retrieved 2011-07-15.