Meet Rumyana Bakalova And Valcho Bakalov
Maria Bakalova is a Bulgarian actress whose parents are Valcho Bakalov and Rumyana Bakalova.
Bulgarian actress Maria Valcheva Bakalova’s depiction of Tutar Sagdiyev in the 2020 mockumentary Borat: Subsequent Movie catapulted her to international fame.
Her performance earned her the Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Supporting Actress. She received Academy Award, BAFTA Film Award, Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations.
Bulgarian Actress Maria Bakalova Parents
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Maria Bakalova was born in Burgas, Bulgaria, on June 4, 1996. Her parents are Rumyana Bakalova and Valcho Bakalov, and she is their only child.
Likewise, She grew up in a modest Bulgarian Black Sea seaside village.
Maria began her singing lessons and flute classes when she was six years old. She keeps sharing her picture with loved ones on social media sites which keeps her fan updated about her personal life.
Maria Bakalova Family and Ethnicity
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Maria Bakalova belongs to a family of European heritage and is of White ethnicity.
Bakalova eventually moved to Sofia to attend the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts to study drama. Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, who taught the Academy’s only film acting class, are responsible for her film knowledge.
She offered to help the directing duo with scheduling and other responsibilities, and she accompanied them to a film set where they were working so she could see and learn.
One of the filmmakers advised her to audition for a small part in their film The Father during her third year at the Academy.
Furthermore, She got the part and played a younger version of one of the characters in a flashback scene.
Maria Bakalova Wikkipedia Bio
Maria Bakalova made her cinematic debut in 2017 in the comedy-drama sequel XIIa, playing Milena. In Transgression the following year, she played Yana, a young girl with an odd relationship with an aging rocker.
Likewise, In 2018, the film had its European premiere, and it will be released internationally on HBO in 2021.
Bakalova won the best actress at the AltFF Alternative Film Festival in Toronto in 2018 for her performance in the film.
For her appearance in Borat: The Subsequent Movie, Bakalova received a Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Supporting Actress. Maria is currently starring in the comedy film The Bubble as Anika.
She began performing at the age of 12 and attended the National School of Music and Stage Arts in Burgas, where she was a straight student, majoring in drama theater and minoring in flute.
As a student, Bakalova appeared in several theatre performances, including Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, Kennedy’s Children, and The Trial. In 2019, the Cast The Bubble received a Bachelor of Arts degree.