Evstati Stratev

Evstati Stratev (Bulgarian: Евстати Стратев) was a Bulgarian stage and film actor born in 1934, deceased in 1984.

Evstati Stratev
Евстати Стратев
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Evstati Stratev in The Hare Census (1973)
Born(1934-02-11)February 11, 1934
DiedNovember 22, 1984(1984-11-22) (aged 50)
OccupationFilm and Theatre Actor
Years active1959–1984

He is best known for the colourful supporting characters that he portrayed in the Bulgarian cinema, until his untimely death in 1984, most notably the village school teacher in The Hare Census (1973), the fellow countryman in A Peasant on a Bicycle (1974) and the correspondence student in Villa Zone (1975).

Selected filmographyEdit

Year Film Role Notes
Bulgarian title Transliteration English title
1968 Шведските крале Shvedskite krale The Swedish Kings Goran director: Lyudmil Kirkov
1970 Кит Kit Whale the boat sailing superior Director: Petar B. Vasilev
1971 Гола съвест Gola savest Naked Conscience the investigator
Герловска история Gerlovska istoriya Gerlovo Event the old man director: Grisha Ostrovski
1972 Момчето си отива Momcheto si otiva The Boy Turns Man Ran' father director: Lyudmil Kirkov
1973 Сиромашко лято Siromashko lyato Indian Summer police inspector Dobrev written by Mormarevi Brothers
Преброяване на дивите зайци Prebroyavane na divite zaytsi The Hare Census the village school teacher director: Eduard Zahariev
1974 Селянинът с колелото Selyaninat s koleloto A Peasant on a Bicycle the fellow countryman director: Lyudmil Kirkov
Последният ерген Posledniyat ergen The Last Bachelor Sachkov
Криворазбраната цивилизация Krivorazbranata tsivilizatsiya The Phoney Civilization Maystor Stanyu, the Mityu's father. TV musical directed by Hacho Boyadzhiev
1975 Вилна зона Wilna Zona Villa Zone the correspondence student director: Eduard Zahariev
1976 Щурец в ухото Shturets v uhoto A Cricket in the Ear Evtim' brother
1977 Матриархат Matriarhat Matriarchy the inspector director: Lyudmil Kirkov



  • Gencheva, Galina (2008). Bulgarian Feature Films encyclopedia. Sofia: Publishing house "Dr Ivan Bogorov". ISBN 978-954-316-069-3.
  • Kovachev, Pencho (2008). 50 Golden Bulgarian Films. Sofia: Publishing house "Zahariy Stoyanov". ISBN 978-954-09-0281-4.

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