Dimitar Rachkov

Dimitar Minkov Rachkov (Bulgarian: Димитър Рачков, 18 September 1972, Burgas, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian actor and television host, including on the show Gospodari Na Efira (Lords of the Air).[1]

Dimitar Rachkov
Димитър Рачков
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Dimitar Rachkov in 2010
Dimitar Minkov Rachkov

(1972-09-18) 18 September 1972 (age 48)
Burgas, Bulgaria
OccupationActor, television host
Years active1995–present
Spouse(s)Anita Ivanova
Partner(s)Anita Ivanova


He graduated from the National Academy in 1995 in the class of Prof. E. Gurova Professor Pl. Markov. He has worked in Sliven DT, DT Varna LBT "Off the Channel" and from 1998 he was in the troupe of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre, which he left in 2009.[2] He became known for his roles in the show UFO Club (spoken "Klub NLO", in Bulgarian "Клуб НЛО"). He is currently the host of TV show "Lords of the Air" and is the voice of Uncle Brother ("Bay Bradar"), whose speech makes Bourgas image more colorful. He also starred in Full Madhouse (spoken "Pulna Ludnitsa", in Bulgarian "Пълна лудница") and presents images such as: Nicky Punchev (Nicky Kanchev) and himself in Show of Pachkov(In Bulgarian "Шоуто на Пачков") as well as characters from Sakaz "(a parody of Turkish Series "Gumus" - in English "Pearl") - Rachkur and Shmarkan, where he starred with Maria Ignatova.


  • Award-winning actor of theater festivals Blagoevgrad '99 'for the priest in "Masonry and Pop"(In Bulgarian "Зидарите и Попа").
  • "Asker" 2000 for rising star man in "The Fugitive Airplane"(In Bulgarian "Самолетът беглец").


Role Production Year
Dochko Bulgurov Patriarchy (Патриархат) 2005
Georges Sea Salt (Морска сол) 2005
Papa Giovanni - Ioannes XXIII 2002
The Profession of Arms (Занаятът на оръжията) 2001[3]


  1. ^ "Димитър Рачков". Slava.bg (in Bulgarian). Retrieved 4 April 2011.
  2. ^ Bogdanovski, Leo (12 March 2009). "Рачков напусна Народния" [Rachkov left the National]. Monitor (in Bulgarian). Archived from the original on 21 July 2011. Retrieved 4 April 2011.
  3. ^ Atanassova, Albena (10 May 2001). "Bulgarian Actors Invited to Cannes". Standart News. Retrieved 4 April 2011.

External linksEdit

Dimitar Rachkov at IMDb