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Dan Lupu

Dan Lupu (born March 13, 1983) is a Romanian actor. Born in Botoşani, he graduated the I.L. Caragiale National University of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography from Bucharest, Romania.

Film

  • 2006 Actor - Narcis from Me and Narcis 7 directed by Corina Craja, Media University
  • 2006 Actor - The Pimp from The Awakening 7 directed by Mihai Stănescu, UNATC
  • 2005 Actor - The Detective from The Patient 6 directed by Raluca Jurcovan, Media University
  • 2005 Actor - Bogdan from The Break-up 14 directed by Catrinel Danaiata, UNATC
  • 2005 Actor - Dan from Casting Popescu 39 directed by Gheorghe Preda, UNATC

Theatre

  • 2009 Actor - Ivan Turbinca after the same title story written by Ion Creanga, directed by Ion Sapdaru (National Theatre IL Caragiale Bucharest)
  • 2007 Dancer - The worker from Borders choreography by Sandra Mahvima
  • 2007 Director, Actor - Three from Waiting, the text and the choreography: collective work
  • 2006 Actor - Tuzenbah from Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov, directed by Şerban Puiu, Ştefan Velniciuc (Casandra Theatre Studio, Bucharest)
  • 2006 Bucharest)
  • 2006 Actor - Choubert from Will Flowers Bloom Again? a theatre-dance performance after Eugène Ionesco's play The Victims of Duty stage direction and choreography Lorette Enache (Casandra Theatre Studio, Bucharest)
  • 2003-2006 participating in Theatre L.S. Bulandra's show King George's Madness, Alan Bennett directed by Petre Bokor (Bucharest)

Awards

References

External links

  • OfficialWebsite: Dan Lupu
  • PersonalPage: Dan Lupu
  • CineMagia: Dan Lupu
  • CineFan: Dan Lupu
  • OnlineGallery: Dan Lupu - casting
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