Yanislava Linkova

Yanislava Linkova was born on December 16, 1979, in Ruse. As a student, she attended the Theater School of Actors Nikola Chilov and Aneta Yankova, under the direction of Valery Pârlïkov, where she took her first steps on the stage.

She graduated with a major in Acting for Drama Theater from NATFA "Krastio Sarafov," in the class of Prof. Plamen Markov.

In 2004, she became part of the troupe at Drama Theater "Geo Milev" in Stara Zagora. Later, she joined the Drama-Puppet Theater "Vasil Drumev" in Shumen. Subsequently, she also became a member of the troupe at Drama Theater in Lovech.

She has performed under the direction of Ivaylo Hristov, Plamen Markov, Stajko Murdjev, Kristiana Boyadzhieva, Lucian Sabados, and many others.

Among her notable roles are Maria in the play "The Goat's Horn" by Nikolay Haytov, directed by Kristiana Boyadzhieva; Joanna in "Introduction to Their Picture" by Margarit Minkov, directed by Stajko Murdjev; the White Kuker in "Kukeri," a plastic-dance performance by Stefanija Georgieva, inspired by the ancient parable of rebirth, and many others.

Yanislava loves traveling, freedom, and crème caramel.

You can watch Yanislava Linkova in:

Rabbit Hole
Hospital at the End of the World
Tobe Ornott Obe