Renowned Greek actor and director Andreas Voutsinas, died in Athens yesterday at the age of 77.
Voutsinas studied acting and costume design and became a member of the Actors Studios in 1957.
He directed more than 130 productions of the classical and contemporary repertoire in London, New York, Paris, as well as Greece and worked with internationally-acclaimed actors.
As an actor, he appeared in three Mel Brooks films: The Producers (1968), The Twelve Chairs (1970) and History of the World, Part 1 (1981). He also appeared in several films by European directors.