Minas Hatzisavvas was born in 1948, and died on November 30, 2015.
He was a Greek actor.
He has played in many movies, tv series and theatre plays with great success.
He initially studied in Rene Simon drama school in France and then he studied in National Theatre of Greece Drama School in Athens.
He played his first role in 1965 in Ancient Theatre of Dodona.
It was the role of Paris in Rhesus of Euripides.
His debut in cinema was in 1970.
Since then, Minas has played in many films and has won three film awards both leading and supporting actor for the films Ta Paidia tou Kronou, Kleisti Strofi, Lilly’s Story.
He also won two television awards for the series I Agapi Argise mia Mera and Nyhterino Deltio.
Minas Hatzisavvas passed away at age 77 in November 2015.