Christos Callow

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Christos Callow was born in Athens in 1960. He studied vocal music at the National Conservatory in Athens and theatre at the Katselis Drama School. In 1979 he was given the part of Archbishop Ansnan in Jesus Christ Superstar. Callow appeared in numerous TV series including Granada Television's production of Lord Elgin and Some Stones of No Value. In 1990, he was selected to represent Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest[1] in Zagreb with the song "Horis Skopo" (Without Purpose). The song was placed 19th out of 22 entries. He was also a candidate in the greek Eurovision finals in 1987 (3rd) and in 1988 (unknown result).

In 2016 he performed in the play Sunset at the Villa Thalia at the Royal National Theatre, written by Alexi Kaye Campbell and directed by Simon Godwin.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Simon Barclay (2010). Eurovision Song Contest - The Complete & Independent Guide 2010. Simon Barclay. p. 90. ISBN 978-1-4457-8415-1. Retrieved 13 February 2011. 
Preceded by
Mariana Efstratiou
with To Diko Sou Asteri
Greece in the Eurovision Song Contest
1990
(with Wave)
Succeeded by
Sophia Vossou
with I Anixi