Diva who all became among Greece’s most popular film and theater superstars; her first film was 1961’s strike “O katiforos.” She was called Miss Greece (Star Hellas) in 1959 when she was 15 and managed to get towards the semifinals on the Miss Universe pageant, until it had been found that she wasn’t 18 (or the legal age group of adulthood). She afterwards fell out. Her personal lifestyle was as sensational towards the mass media as her professional lifestyle, particularly when she started an affair with vocalist Tolis Voskopoulos. Her family members was specialized in the Hellenic Military; her parents passed away while she was youthful, and her paternal grandparents had taken guardianship of her. She also became known on her behalf theatre work, showing up in such has as “The Trojan Females” by Euripides, “Barefoot in the Recreation area” by Neil Simon, and “Who’s Scared of Virginia Woolf?” by Edward Albee.