Giorgos Kapoutzidis

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Yorgos Kapoutzidis (Greek Γιώργος Καπουτζίδης; b. July 31, 1972, Serres) is a Greek screenwriter and actor. He is the creator of the critically successful television series ""Saturday born " (original title "Σαββατογεννημένες") "In the nick of time" (original title "Στο παρά 5") and "Greek national" (original title "Εθνική Ελλάδος"), one of the most part successful shows in Greek television history, the finale attracting 3 million viewers). He has won three television awards, for the best screenplay, for the series Savatogennimenes and Sto Para Pente (twice).[1]

In May 2006, he was the commentator for the Greek TV, ERT, in the 51st Eurovision Song Contest, which took place in Athens. He also wrote the scripts for the presenters Maria Menounos and Sakis Rouvas in both the semi-final and final. In May 2013, he was the commentator for the Greek TV, ERT, in the 58th annual Eurovision Song Contest which took place in Malmo, Sweden.

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  1. ^ "Φλας μπακ στα 11 χρόνια του θεσμού". ethnos.gr. Retrieved 17 August 2015. 

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