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Kostas Doukas (I) (1895–1967)


Kostas Doukas was born in 1895 in Izmir, Ottoman Empire as Kostandinos Aslanidis. He was an actor, known for World Gone Mad (1963), Menousis, o leventis tis Ipeirou (1969) and Never on Sunday (1960). He died in 1967 in Athens, Greece. See full bio »

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(age 72) in Athens, Greece

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Known For

World Gone Mad Pantelis Skoufanteros
(1963)
(1960)

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 1965 To ftohopaido
Babis Tragopoulos
 1965 And the Woman Shall Fear Her Husband
Building Contractor
 1965 Moderna Stahtopouta
Aristidis
 1964 Exo ftoheia kai kali kardia
Mr. Galinos
 1964 O Giannis takane thalassa
Kostas Tselepis
 1964 The 201 Canaries
Kyriakos Marakis
 1963 Oi katergarides
John Papas
 1963 O kos pterarhos
Thanasis Strigaris
 1963 O trellaras
Grigoris
 1963 World Gone Mad
Pantelis Skoufanteros
 1963 Merikoi to Protimoun Kryo...
Mr. Angelou
 1962 O gabros mou, o dikigoros!
Tryfonas Kaspomanolis
 1962 The Husband of My Wife
Police Detective
 1962 The Taxi Driver
Renos' Father
 1962 To karpouzaki
Driver
 1962 Min eidate ton Panai?
Pantelis
 1960 Ta kitrina gantia
General Hatziantoniou
 1959 Drakoulas & Sia
Apostolos
 1957 O Fanouris Kai to Soi Tou
Giannis 'John' Skarvetsos
 1952 Black Soil
 1951 The She-Wolf (as Konstantinos Doukas)
 1947 Marina
Barker
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Alternate Names:

Konstantinos Doukas
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He studied in the School of Commerce and worked in the Bank of Athens, but he opted for an acting career. See more »

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