Voula Zouboulaki (Movie Actress) – Bio, Birthday, Family, Age & Born


Voula Zouboulaki was an Egyptian-born Greek actress. She was the wife of actor Dimitris Myrat. She attended the Dramatic School of the National Theatre, the School of the National Odeon and the Law School of the University of Athens.

Born: Paraskevi Zouboulaki, Sept 24, 1924, Cairo, Kingdom of Egypt
Died: Sept 7, 2015, Athens, Greece
Occupation: Actress
Years active: 1952-1990
Spouse(s): Dimitris Myrat
IMDb: Voula Zouboulaki’s IMDb

About Voula Zouboulaki

Greek performer who played Anetta in the film “Stella,” which won the 1956 Golden Globe for Best Foreign Language film.

Before Fame

She studied at the Dramatic School of the National Theatre, the School of the National Odeon, and the University of Athens Law School.


She won many awards, including the 1964 First Lisbon Festival Awards, the M. Kotopouli First Prize for Best Actor, the M. Kotopouli Second Prize in 1965, and the 1966 Thessaloniki Cinematic Festival’s First Actor’s Prize.

Family Life

Her husband was famed actor Dimitris Murat.


She starred in film adaptations of the works of William Faulkner and Tennessee Williams.

Information related to Voula Zouboulaki

  • Greek stage actresses
  • Greek film actresses
  • National and Kapodistrian University of Athens alumni

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