| Emil Botta|
| Actor, writer|
| September 15, 1911 (1911-09-15) Adjud, Vrancea County, Romania|
Bellu Cemetery, Bucharest
July 24, 1977, Bucharest, Romania
Theodor Botta, Aglaia Botta
The White Moor, The Reenactment, Dacii, A Bomb Was Stolen, The Column
Dan Botta, Lucian Pintilie, Ion Popescu‑Gopo, Mircea Dragan, Liviu Ciulei
Emil Botta Wikipedia
Emil Botta ([eˈmil ˈbota]; 15 September 1911, Adjud – 24 July 1977, Bucharest) was a Romanian actor and writer.
Together with Emil Cioran, Eugen Ionescu and Arsavir Acterian, he was a member of the literary group called Corabia cu ratați ("The Losers' Ship").
Botta graduated in 1932 from the Dramatical Art Conservatory of Bucharest.
He was married for a while to actress Maria Mimi Botta.
He was the younger brother of poet Dan Botta.
Întunecatul April (1937)
Pe-o gură de rai (1943)
Versuri (includes Vineri), (1971)
Un dor fără saţiu, (1976)
Trântorul, (1938) (second edition 1967)
Premiul Fundaţiilor Regale (1937)
Premiul „Mihai Eminescu” al Academiei Române (1967)
In Romania, there is a national poetry festival named in his honor.Răscoala (1965)
A Bomb Was Stolen (1961)
The White Moor (1965)
The Subterranean (1967)
Premiera (1976) as Vasilică Savu