from 1971 film "Daughter-in-Law"
|Born||June 14, 1946|
|Died||April 21, 2019|
|Education||Krastyo Sarafov National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts|
|Occupation||Actress and politician|
Gindeva was born in Sliven in 1946. She studied under Prof. Желчо Мандаджиев (Zhelcho Mandadzhiev) and Prof. Grisha Ostrovski at the Krastyo Sarafov National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts. She graduated in 1968.
In 1971 she was among many leading actors who appeared in the controversial TV film Demonat na imperiyata "The Demon of the Empire". The film about national hero Vasil Levski had a daring "Western" style story which was nearly dropped after protests of how it poked fun at the Turkish army.
After some difficult times as an actor she turned to politics and she was elected as the deputy mayor of Pazardzhik from 2003 to 2007. After about 20 years away from acting she returned to acting at the Bulgarian National Theatre. She was cast in Rositsa Obreshkova creation of the American written comedy "The Lunatics" two year before she died in Sofia in 2019. In 2018 she had begun teaching at the University of Plovdiv assisting Michael Botevski.
- "Black Angels"
- "The Adventures of Avakum Zakhov"
- "The Daughter in Law", 1971
- "The Demon of the Empire", 1971 (for TV)
- "The Prince", 1970
- "The Wedding of John Assen", 1975
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