Constantin Cheianu

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Constantin Cheianu
Born (1959-09-21)September 21, 1959
Nationality USSR
Alma mater Moldova State University
Known for Actor
Awards Grand Prize at the National Drama Festival

Constantin Cheianu (born September 21, 1959, Truşeni) is an actor and journalist from the Republic of Moldova. As a dramaturg at the National Theatre in Chişinău, he adapted multiple novels for the stage. He founded the Pocket Theatre (Romanian: Teatrul de Buzunar) in 1993.[1] He has a show on Jurnal TV.[2]


Constantin Cheianu was born on September 21, 1959 in Truşeni. He studied philology at Moldova State University before working as an author and editor for newspapers, magazines and radio. He has written about ten plays performed in Moldova and Romania. He worked for Literatura şi Arta, Contrafort, Sud-Est (magazine), Jurnal de Chişinău, Timpul de dimineaţă, Ministry of Culture (Moldova).[3][4]


  • Grand Prize at the National Drama Festival (Romanian: Marele Premiu la Festivalul National de Dramaturgie)


  • "Totul despre mine", 1999
  • „Sex & Perestroika”, Editura „Cartier”, 2009[5]


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