Pavlos Kourtidis is a Greek actor born and raised in Wuppertal, Germany. He started to get involved in acting and dancing at a very young age. He studied at Arts Educational London Schools. After finishing his studies, he returned to Greece pursuing his career.
His latest participation in a film was his collaboration with director Yelena Popovic in “Man of God” (2020-21) and with Janis Rafailidou in “Kala-azar” in 2019. He also participated in Ant1 TV channel series “Agries Melisses” directed by Lefteris Charitos (2020) and in the movie “Eftyhia” directed by Angelos Frantzis (2019). He has participated in various TV series and commercials and film projects such as “Crying… Silicon Tears” directed by Reppas and Papathanasiou.
Pavlos is coaching professional actors & dancers in stage movement & expression for more than 20 years.
Contact/Management: Luisa Held Management
Languages: Greek (native,) English (fluently), German (fluently)
Dancing: Contemporary dance (Professional dancer and choreographer), Partnering, Improvisation, Hip Hop, Jazz, Musical Theater
Martial arts: Boxing (advanced), Stage fighting
Driver’s License: Car, Truck and Motorcycle
Television & Movies
– Participation in movie “Man of God” directed by Yelena Popovic (2020-21)
– Participation in Ant1 TV channel series “Agries Melisses” directed by Lefteris Charitos (2020)
– Participation in movie “Kala-azar” (ND/GR) directed by Tzanis Rafailidou (2019)
– Participation in movie “Eftihia” directed by Aggelos Frantzis, inspired by the life of the great Greek songwriter Eftihia Papagiannopoulou (2019)
– Main character in short film “Megaro” directed by Bill Kalemos (2019)
– Main character in Piraeus Bank TV spot (2018)
– Participation in the series “Kleise ta matia” directed by Vasilis Tselemegkos (2003)
– Participation in the movie “To klama vgike apo ton paradeiso” directed by Michalis Reppas and Thanasis Papathanasiou (2001)
Exiled unjustly, convicted without trial, slandered without cause. Man of God depicts the trials and tribulations of Saint Nektarios of Aegina, as he bears the unjust hatred of his enemies while preaching the Word of God.
Director: Yelena Popovic
Writer: Yelena Popovic
The series takes place in the fictional village of Diafani in Thessaly. The Sevastos family have been powerful landowners for several generations. Doukas Sevastos inherited the entire family property, after the apparent disinheritance of his brother Miltiadis Sevastos during World War II. The two brothers have been enemies ever since. Doukas rules the area with an iron fist, and holds power over the local politicians. But he is still greedy, and needs the lands of the Stamiris family to fulfill an ambitious plan. Early in the series (in episodes taking place in 1958), Doukas has landowner Giorgis Stamiris poisoned to death. Stamiris had no sons, only three daughters (Eleni, Asimina, and Droso Stamiri), and Doukas believes that it will be easy to push them into selling the family lands. Unfortunately for his plans, Eleni Stamiri turns out to be a stubborn rival. She has every intention to cultivate her own land and to demand the same rights as male landowners.
Director: Lefteris Charitos
Writer: Melina Tsampani
Kala azar describes of a place that cannot sustain animal life any longer. In a big city somewhere in the south of Europe, a couple takes care of dead animals and abandoned roadkill as an act to give meaning to their life. Kala azar is a meditation on the paradox of life-circles among beings of different species. A film about existence, on the boundaries between living and dead, human and non-human.
Director: Janis Rafa
Writer: Janis Rafa