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Sandër Prosi
Born Aleksandër Prosi
1920
Shkoder,
Albania
Occupation Actor
Years active 1947–1983

Sandër Prosi, People's Artist of Albania, is an Albanian actor.[1][2]

Life and work

Prosi was born in Shkoder, Albania, in January of 1920. His family moved to Tirana, Albania when he was 14 and he graduated in a Tirana high schoool. His first role was in William Tell drama from Schiller. He went to study dentistry in Austria but did not finish his studies. In 1947 he participates in the competition at the National Theatre of Albania and wins. He has interpreted more than 100 roles in the theater and in movies.

He has created unforgettable characters such as Vuksani in "The second face" ("Fytyra e dyte"), Horatio in Hamlet, Otello in Otello, and Miller in Intrigue and Love from Schiller. He was a professor in the Academy of Arts of Albania during 1962-1975.

His death created many controversies in Albania as it was talked as a suicide, however the media never reported his end of life as such.

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