Mary Chronopoulou

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Mary Chronopoulou (Greek Μαίρη Χρονοπούλου) was a Greek stage, screen and TV actress.

Chronopoulou was born in Athens on July 16, 1933. She graduated from the School of Drama of the Greek National Theatre where she debuted in Euripides' tragedy "Hippolytus".

Chronopoulou played in a series of plays before her breakthrough in the cinema in 1954. Her first film was entitled "Χαρούμενο ξεκίνημα" (Happy Beginning). It was followed by well-known motion pictures such as: "Τα κόκκινα φανάρια" (Red Lights - 1963), "Κοινωνία ώρα μηδέν" (Society's zero hour - 1966), "Οι θαλασσιές οι χάντρες" (Blue Beads - 1966) and many others. Chronopoulou, on more than one occasion, sang in her films e.g. the song "Έκλαψα χθες" (I cried yesterday) as part of her role as a nightclub singer.

Chronopoulou starred, between 1992 and 1994 in the TV comedy "Μάνα είναι μόνο μία" (There's only one mother).

She died on October 6, 2023.