1929 On March 14, in Vadul Rascov, Soroca county, Kingdom of Romania (today Republic of Moldavia), Romanian actor, Iurie Darie, was born. Good at drawing, and having real abilities for the stage, Iurie Darie took an exam for the Institute of Imitative Arts and also for Theatre and Film, passing both of them, but choosing the last.
1852 He graduated the Institute of Theatre and Film. He learnt what acting means from great actors and teachers such as Mihai Popescu and Marietta Sadova.
1953 He debuted in movies, in “The Bugler grandchildren”, directed by Dinu Negreanu, starring together on the stage with Marga Barbu and Liviu Ciulei.
1969 He was chosen by the film director Mircea Dragan to play in the series called “Various Brigade”, together with Toma Caragiu, Sebastian Papaiani, Dem Radulescu or Puiu Calinescu.
He played many memorable roles in over 40 film productions, of which “Our boys” (1959), “A bomb was stolen” (1961), “Holiday at the seaside” (1962), “Love at 0 Celsius degrees” (1964), “Then I condemned them all to death” (1971), “Jderi Brothers” (1974), “The Ring” (1983), “A Day in Bucharest” (1986), “Every Day I Miss You”, The Death Triangle” (1999), “Only Love” (2004).
An important moment in his career was the period of the Comedy Theatre, period when Radu Beligan was inspired to gather some actors who were going to make that theatre famous. He played under the indications of the film director Lucian Giurchescu and then of David Esrig. He had as partners the great actors: Gheorghe Dinica, Marin Moraru, Mircea Albulescu, Dem Radulescu, Sanda Toma, Vasilica Tastaman, Stela Popescu, Silviu Stanculescu. He played in reference shows like “Troilus and Cressida”, “The Shadow” and many others.
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