Probably one of the most admired stars in the annals of Greek movie theater, she starred in debt Lanterns, a film that was nominated for Best SPANISH Film in the 1963 Academy Honours. She analyzed with playwright Angelos Terzakis and movie director Dimitris Rontiris in the Greek Country wide Theatre. Her 1963 film The Crimson Lanterns brought her worldwide acclaim. She and her second spouse, Greek actor, movie director, and politician Kostas Kazakos, had been briefly imprisoned for his or her involvement in the 1973 play Our Big Circus, that was considered a mockery from the Greek dictatorship. Her participation in theater continuing after her pension from film performing, and she made an appearance in such productions as Edward Albee’s Who’s Scared of Virginia Woolf?, Euripides’ Medea, and Sophocles’ Electra.