Gheorghe Dinică

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Gheorghe Dinică
Gheorghe Dinică.jpg
Gheorghe Dinică in 2008.
Born Gheorghe Dinică
(1934-01-01)January 1, 1934
Bucharest, Romania
Died November 10, 2009(2009-11-10) (aged 75)
Bucharest, Romania
Occupation Actor, music
Years active 1963–2009
Spouse(s) Gabriela Georgeta Dinică (1996–2009) (his death)
Website http://gheorghedinica.ro/

Gheorghe Dinică (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈɡe̯orɡe diˈnikə]; January 1, 1934 – November 10, 2009) was a Romanian actor.[1]

Dinică showed an early interest in acting, being part of different amateur theater troupes since he was 17. In 1957, he entered The National Institute of Theatre and Cinematography Art in Bucharest. He graduated in 1961, already drawing public attention with the role of Inspector Goole in the graduation play An Inspector Calls. Since then, Gheorghe Dinică performed for some of the most important Romanian theatres:

Dinică was also a Romanian director and popular film actor, thus acting mostly in Romanian films. Like the French actor Alain Delon, Dinică refused to act in movies produced in the United States.

Since 2002, Dinică was an honorary member of the society of I.L.Caragiale National Theatre. He is also an honorary citizen of the city of Bucharest. He was awarded the "Faithful Service" Order in the Grand Officer class.

Dinica died of cardiac arrest at Floreasca Emergency Hospital, Bucharest. For his popularity in Romania, he received an offer from Walt Disney Pictures, and provides the voice of Scrooge McDuck in 1996 for the Romanian version of the series, Duck Tales.[2]

Activity[edit]

Theatre[edit]

  • 2003 The Last Hour by Mihail Sebastian, directed by Anca Ovanez Doroşenco
  • 2001 Take, Ianke and Cadâr by V.I.Popa, directed by Grigore Gonţa
  • 2000 And Relieve Eminescu Already by Tiberiu Cristian Popescu, directed by Grigore Gonţa
  • 1999 Pork Chops by Bertrand Blier, directed by Gelu Colceag
  • 1999 The Name of the Rose adapted from Umberto Eco, directed by Grigore Gonţa
  • 1998 Night Asilum by Maxim Gorki, directed by Ion Cojar
  • 1997 Technic of Heaven by Mihai Ispirescu, directed by Dan Micu
  • 1991 Night of Kings by William Shakespeare, directed by Andrei Şerban
  • 1990 Who Needs Theatre? directed by Andrei Şerban
  • 1986 Ioneştii directed by Grigore Gonţa
  • 1980 Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, directed by Grigore Gonţa
  • 1979 A Lost Letter by Ion Luca Caragiale, directed by Radu Beligan
  • 1978 Gaiţele, directed by Horea Popescu
  • 1977 Romulus the Great by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, directed by Sanda Manu
  • 1973 Three Venetian Twins directed by David Esrig
  • 1969 Death of Danton by Georg Büchner directed by Liviu Ciulei
  • 1968 Rameau's Nephew by Denis Diderot directed by D.Esrig
  • 1967 Public Opinion by Aurel Baranga, directed by A.Baranga
  • 1966 The Duck Head by G.Ciprian, directed by D.Esrig
  • 1965 Troilus and Cressida by William Shakespeare, directed by D.Esrig
  • 1964 The Sleepy Adventure by T.Mazilu, directed by D.Cernescu
  • 1964 Rhinoceros by Eugène Ionesco, directed by L.Giurchescu
  • 1963 The Shadow by E.Svarţ, directed by D.Esrig
  • 1962 Wedding at the Castle by S.Andras, directed by L.Giurchescu
  • 1962 The Trial of Mr. Caragiale by M.Ştefănescu, directed by D.Esrig
  • 1962 Sweik in the Second World War by B.Brecht, directed by L.Giurchescu
  • 1961 Famous 702 directed by M.Ghelerter

Film[edit]

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