Kalin Pacherazki

Kalin Pacherazki was born on March 5, 1992, in Sofia. From a young age, he demonstrated his artistic talents through recitals, singing, and Eastern arts.

As a first-year student at NATFA, he was selected for the leading role in the play "Jump!" by Zdrava Kamenova, directed by Kalin Angelov, performed at Theater Sofia for 8 seasons. Following that, he and actress Maria Statulova presented the play "Out of Control," a modern drama awarded 1st place at the Sofia Theater competition. He graduated in 2015 in the class of Prof. Ivan Dobchev. His diploma roles include Petya Trofimov in "Sold" based on A. P. Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard," directed by Prof. Margarita Mladenova, and Holden Caulfield in "The Catcher in the Rye" based on J. D. Salinger, directed by Prof. Ivan Dobchev, among others. His first professional role was Tom Wingfield in "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams at the Sfumato Theatre Workshop, directed by Yordan Slaveykov and Dimitar Kasabov, running for 7 seasons. The performance "Hamelin," featuring him, won the "Icarus" awards in 2017 for debut - direction and acting. Other productions with Kalin Pacheraski include "Ward No. 6" by A. P. Chekhov at Sfumato Theatre, directed by Boyan Kracholov, "The Balkans Are Not Dead" by Dejan Dukovski, directed by Stefan Zarev at Theatre Ivan Dimov in Haskovo, and the play "The Beginning of Misunderstanding" at Theatre Vasil Drumev in Shumen, where Kalin played the role of Sencler.

In cinema, Kalin played the lead role in the film "I Don't Like You," directed by Borislav Kostov, as well as in several short films.

His other interests include Eastern martial arts, history, and sci-fi.

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