Vlassis Bonatsos

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Vlassis Bonatsos
Born November 30, 1949
Xylokastro, Greece
Died October 14, 2004
Athens, Greece
Occupation actor
Spouse(s) Martha Koutoumanou (1996–2004)

Vlassis Bonatsos (Greek: Βλάσσης Μπονάτσος) (November 30, 1949 – October 14, 2004) was a popular Greek entertainer. His father was a judicial and his mother was a piano teacher. Vlassis started his music career by creating a group called "ΠΕΛΟΜΑ ΜΠΟΚΙΟΥ", ("PELOMA BOKIOU") in the early 1970s, which was named after the initials of the names of the members of the group. In the early 80's he took part in the legendary theatrical play "Evita" starring Alice Vougiouklaki (Αλίκη Βουγιουκλάκη) playing the role of Che. He maintained a relationship with the "national" Star of Greece for several years. Then he took up acting and starred in TV programmes and Greek movies. He also presented TV shows and gameshows on Greek TV including Family Feud (Kontres). He died suddenly in 2004, aged 54. According to the press his death was due to obstructive swollen laryngitis.


  • Epikindini isoropia (1976)
  • Genika (1981)
  • Auta ta vradia (1983), LP
  • Paralirima (1991)
  • Xairete (1996)


  • Me to kleidi sto heri (TV game)
  • Oi Aparadektoi - as himself
  • Ekeines Kai Ego - guest star
  • Family Feud, the Greek version with the same board but with similar colors, theme song, Greek title and several characteristics but the same attitude as Family Feud, it was known as Kontres or Kondres in Greek and was broadcast at 6:30 EET (5:30 CET) on Mega Channel in the mid-1990s and on Mega Cosmos in the early-2000s in the afternoons.

Selected filmography[edit]

  • I arhontissa kai o alitis (1968)
  • O Drakos, to prosopo tis imeras (1983)
  • Ela tora... pou leipei o andras mou (1986)
  • Tile-kannivaloi (1987)
  • Patris, listeia, oikogeneia (1987)
  • O Agapitikos tis... Dimitroulas (1989)
  • O Diavolos kai to kerato tou (1989)
  • O Drapetis (1991)
  • Gynaikes dilitirio (1993)
  • Vitsia gynaikon (2000)

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