Minas Chatzisavvas is a Greek actor and writer. He graduated from The Greek National Theater Drama School in 1969 and became one of the founding members of “Free Theater”. In 1995 he won the Best Screenplay Award at the Thessaloniki Film Festival for the film “Life on Sale”. He is the author of three collections of short stories. Minas Chatzisavvas has participated as an actor in 40 feature films and lots of plays and TV series. For these participations Minas has been awarded from the respective institutions.
Some characteristic examples are: the award for best actor in leading role “Klisti Strofi” in Thessaloniki Film Festival and State Awards, the award for best actor in supporting role in films: “Ta paidia tou Kronou” and “Lilly’s story”, twice the award for best actor in leading role for his playing in the TV series “I agapi argise mia mera” and “Nichterino deltio”, the audience award for best actor in leading role in the play “Skines apo ena gamo”. He has also recently won an award for his contribution in Greek Cinematography from Panaroma of European Cinema.