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Name  Nevena Kokanova
Role  Film actress
Children  Teodora Sharlandjieva

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Born  12 December 1938Dupnitsa, Bulgaria
Died  June 3, 2000, Sofia, Bulgaria
Spouse  Lyubomir Sharlandzhiev (m. ?–1979)
Parents  Eleonora Kokanova, Bogdan Kokanov
Movies  The Peach Thief, Tobacco, Ladies' Choice, Dangerous Charm, Affection
Similar People  Vulo Radev, Ivan Andonov, Katya Paskaleva, Lyudmil Kirkov, Nikola Korabov

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Nevena Kokanova (Bulgarian: Невена Коканова) (12 December 1938 – 3 June 2000) was a Bulgarian film actress. She was known as the "first lady of Bulgarian cinema." Her mother was from a well-known Austrian aristocratic family, and her father was a political prisoner.

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Early life

Kokanova was born in Dupnitsa, Bulgaria and is most renowned for her role as Lisa in The Peach-Garden Trespasser. She started her career at age 18 as an apprentice actor with the Yambol Theater in Yambol, Bulgaria.

Career

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In 1975 she was a member of the jury at the 9th Moscow International Film Festival. In 1980 she starred in and co-directed Three Deadly Sins with Lyubomir Sharlandzhiev.

She died in Sofia, Bulgaria from cancer.




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