Valery Zarkov

Valeri Zarkov is an actor with extensive experience. He adores children and loves working for them. Some of his most memorable roles include:

Abel in "Game of Life and Death in the Ash Desert" by Horia Lovinescu,

Blagoy in "The Prize",

Chudomir in "In the Folds of Vitosha" based on P. Yavorov,

Rafe Clinch in "The Iron Lamp" by Dimitar Talev,

Count Dalbafierrita in "Mirançolina",

Little Wolf in "The Wolves Are Gone",

The Storyteller in "Two on the Swing",

Goran in "Geratsite",

Uncle Simeone in "Caviar and Lentils",

The Judge in "Absurd Person Singular",

Alexey Vinokurov in "Choristers",

Tsar Peter in "The Beginning of Misunderstanding", directed by Plamen Markov,

Pankras and the Notary in "The Bourgeois Gentleman" by Moliere, directed by Sŭbi Sŭbev,

Bodlivko in "The Wolf and the Seven Young Kids",

The Dog in "Town Musicians of Bremen",

The Wolf in "Pif, Paf, Puf",

The Thief in "Pippi Longstocking" by Astrid Lindgren, directed by Sŭbi Sŭbev,

The Dog in "Kitten Jaf" by Grigory Oster, directed by Oleg Labozin,

The Grandpa and Prince Patladzhan in "Breakfast for a Princess" by Yanko Mitov, directed by Sŭbi Sŭbev.

Valeri Zarkov spends his free time walking around Shumen and maintaining his fitness to keep up with his younger colleagues. He loves children, sports, and the fresh air.

You can watch Valery Zarkov in:

The Flies
Mihal Mishkoed
The Wishing Fountain
Pippi Longstocking
The Singing Sparrow
Breakfast for a Princess
The Three Brothers and the Golden Apple