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Petros Filipidis (Greek: Πέτρος Φιλιππίδης; also written as Petros Philippidis, born 31 December 1963 in Athens, Greece) is a Greek actor of modern times, who has appeared in many a television series during the last two decades. In 1986, he graduated from the Karolos Koun School of Theatre.
Filipidis has taken in many ancient Greek comedies, such as Thesmoforiazouses and Ornithes. He achieved widespread fame starring in the 1993 Mega Channel's comedy High Rock along with actor Tasos Halkias. Since then, he has taken part in numerous television series as well as in movie productions. He is perhaps best known for starring in the "Mega-Channel" production "50-50" with "Pavlos Chaikalis", "Ava Galanopoulou" and "Sakis Boulas".
He is widely regarded as one of the great greek comics, mostly known for his distinguishing tooth gap as well as his overt comical maneurisms.
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