Ivo Siromahov

Playwright, TV Actor

1971 –


Who is Ivo Siromahov?

Ivo Siromahov is a Bulgarian writer, humorist and dramatist.

Siromahov was born on December 29, 1971 in Sofia, Bulgaria.

After graduating from the National School for Ancient Languages and Culture in Sofia, he studied stage direction at the Krastyo Sarafov National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts.

As theatrical director, he staged in Sofia a number of successful performances like:

⁕Nikolai Gogol’s “Zhenitba”,

⁕John Osborne’s “Look Back in Anger”,

⁕Keith Waterhouse’s “Billy Liar”,

⁕William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”.

In 1995 he got the award for Arts Debut of the Bulgarian National Radio.

From 1998 to 2001 Siromahov wrote political satire and headed the cultural section at the Bulgarian daily newspaper "24 Chasa". Afterwards, he became a scriptwriter for Bulgaria's most popular evening prime-time talk show "Slavi's Show".

Ivo Siromahov writes articles and comments for the Bulgarian editions of magazines like "Playboy", "Hustler" and the local magazine "MAX". His first book, "A Night in the Cemetery", was published in 1999. The second one, "An Optimistic Theory of Bulgarian Sex", was published in 2007 and the third one, "Diaries and Nightgowns" in 2008. His last book "More Diaries and Nightgowns" was published in 2009.

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Dec 29, 1971
  • Bulgaria

on July 23, 2013


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