Tsvetan Aleksiev | Artist | Ivan Vazov National Theatre

Tsvetan Aleksiev

Tsvetan Aleksiev

Graduated from the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts "Kr. Sarafov" (NATFA) in 1994 in the class of Prof. Margarita Mladenova and Prof. Ivan Dobchev. His theatrical debut was the role of Scoronconcolo in "Lorenzaccio" by Alfred de Musset. He worked as a freelance actor until 2010. Some of his more notable roles in this period include: Solyony in "Three Sisters" by Anton Chekhov, Smerdyakov in "The Brothers Karamazov" by Dostoevsky, the Drum Major in "Woyzeck" by Georg Büchner, Guncho Mitin in "Albena" and Pavli in "Boryana" by Yordan Yovkov, Spud in "Trainspotting" by Irvine Welsh. 

He is in the troupe of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre from 2010. Among his most notable roles are: John the Apostle in "The Last Temptation" by Nikos Kazantzakis, Bruno Pierri in "As You Desire Me" by Luigi Pirandello, Marshall in "The Little Foxes" by Lillian Hellman, Stanimir in "The Observers (Hypothesis about the underworld)" by Konstantin Iliev, Gregers Werle in "The Wild Duck" by Henrik Ibsen.

He has an ASKEER Award 2008 for the supporting male role of Solyony in "The Three Sisters" by A. Chekhov.

He was nominated for ASKEER 2018 for the role of John the Apostle in "The Last Temptation" by Nikos Kazantzakis.

During this season, on the stage of the Ivan Vazov National Theatre, you can watch Tsvetan Alexiev in the following performances: "The Little Foxes", "The Observers (Hypothesis about the underworld)", "The Wild Duck", "Pieces of a Woman" and "Horo".

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