Actress Dina Konsta has passed away

Spyros Bibilas announced the news through his Facebook profile


Dina Konsta, the beloved actress, passed away at the age of 83.

Spyros Bibilas announced the news through his Facebook profile.

"I have just been informed by father Simeon of the sad news that will fill us all with pain! Our much-loved, great actress, militant democrat, tireless humorist, multi-talented colleague and at the same time low-key and quiet friend left us today at 7 am. Our little Dinaki, who gave us so many great performances in the Theater and unique creations of all kinds on television, we will miss you very much!!!! HAVE A GOOD JOURNEY, OUR SWEETNESS, OUR BELOVED," he characteristically wrote.

Dina Konsta was born in 1938 and grew up in Samos. She graduated from Kostis Michaelidis Drama School, while at the same time she was working in a paint company to pay for her studies. She studied acting secretly from her parents and was taught by Mary Aroni. "I'm a self-destructive person. With guilt and too many complexes. That's why I do this job," she said in an interview. He made his debut at the Free Theater in 1965. He was mainly involved in the free theater, while he worked for seven years at the National Theater. In the 1980s and 1990s he participated in popular television series. Some of the most characteristic roles he played were in the series "Three Graces", "Dis Examartain", "Soi Ma" and "Two Strangers".

One of her most memorable appearances in the theater was in the show "The Wandering Life of a Rebbe" which was about the life of Sotiria Bellou. As he had stated, it was a risky role and he thought about it a lot before accepting it.

Dina Konsta was a candidate with the Coalition in the 1999 European elections, the 2000 parliamentary elections and the 2004 parliamentary elections.