Anton Radichev | Artist | Ivan Vazov National Theatre

Anton Radichev

Anton Radichev

Graduated from the Higher Institute of Theatre Arts "Kr. Sarafov" in 1974 in the class of Prof. Philip Philipov. The same year he made his debut on the stage of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre with the role of Protassov in "Children of the Sun" by Maxim Gorky. His other roles include Lyubomir in "Golemanov” by St. L. Kostov, Sisorukhov in "Humiliated and Insulted" by F. Dostoevsky, Gurin in "Flight" by Mikhail Bulgakov, Hadjiata, Hadji Simeon, Karakalpakov, Varlaam Koprinarkata in "Exiles", "Under the Yoke", "Duel" and "Uncles" by Ivan Vazov, Doncho in "Masons" by Petko Todorov, Petleto, Velikov, Ivan Gamasha in "Attempt to Fly", "January" and "Bustle" by Yordan Radichkov, Krastan in "Every Autumn Evening" by Ivan Peychev, Figaro in "The Marriage of Figaro" by Beaumarchais, Yepikhodov in "The Cherry Orchard" by A. Chekhov, Nagg in "Endgame" by Samuel Beckett, Sheriff Thomas in "The Rainmaker" by Richard Nash, Gaston in "Ghosts in Naples" by Eduardo De Filippo, Venko in "Day Off" by Kamen Donev, the Man in "Bus" by Stanislav Stratiev, Fried Eggs in "Marriage" by Nikolay Gogol, Corbaccio in "Volpone" by Ben Johnson, Algee in "How Important It Is to Be Serious (Years Later)" by Tom Thomas.

He has memorable roles in films and television shows.

In 2023 he was awarded the Icarus Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Bulgarian theatre.

During this season, on the stage of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre, you can watch Anton Radichev in the performance "How Important It Is to Be Serious (Years Later)".

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