Maro Kontou: Kostantaras was an impostor, Alice didn't blame me

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                     Maro Kontou was invited to broadcast “Anopios Enopio” on ANT1 on Monday night in a full-length interview. One of the questions she received was whether she had a relationship with her co-star in many films, Lambro Constantara. “How? Christ and Our Lady …” was the actor’s initial reaction. “We could never be a couple,” he added. “We didn’t fit in at all,” he said, pointing out, “I didn’t like his character. He was dirty from morning to night. I don’t like that humor, fat dirt.” “I dream of dying in my sleep” Responding to her artistic activity, as she plays “Crime in the Orient Express” this year, and when she would like to retire, she said, “I want to die in my bed. And is she out of the way?” a follow-up on when he is thinking of retiring. “I mean I’m not going to be on stage as long as it takes me years. One or two years at most,” he said. “There was a reaction from the family not to go to the theater,” said Ms. Soon she revealed what her grandmother had told her. “Especially my grandmother, Smyrna, used to tell me that I was on the … road,” said Ms. Kontou, who then referred to her first acquaintance with Dimitris Horn, who said, “I admired him, was great.” “I’m tired of hearing how you keep Mrs. Contou so,” she said afterward, explaining that she walks, eats everything not quantities, dances alone at home but also her DNA. She also attributed her clarity to the biriba, crossword and theater texts. “I couldn’t have a child” She also mentioned the fact that she had no children. “I couldn’t, no I didn’t, I couldn’t. From a very young age I knew it. Of course, over the years, around 35, I searched for it abroad. I went and found the one that helped Lauren to have a child, in Switzerland. She told me, “You will never have a child, you will never get cancer here and nothing more, you will always be younger than your classmates by ten years.” Years pass and I see that both are good so far. He told me a very important phrase: “If you want, however, you can adopt and help me.” Asked if she was missing a child, Maro Condou responded: “I had ‘worn’ it so much that I wouldn’t do it to prevent myself from wanting it.” “My Marrakech” In words of love, the actress talked about her co-starring George Constantinou in “Don’t Worry About Men”. She calls it “my Maraki” and said she’s glad Maro Contou has proven with her recent appearances in the theater that they finally “don’t kill the horses when they get older”. “Lady with K capital, no shopping, no vendettas, no me,” Costas Voutsas told his colleague. “There was no one who didn’t love Maro Kontou,” he said. She said that she had an affair with a well-known actress that she never wanted to reveal. On her transition from politics (she was a Municipal Councilor of Athens and Member of the First District of Athens with the New Democracy), she said: “When I entered the House, I did it with great joy and appetite and I thought a Member would wake up and sleep and take to the streets and take care of others. The majority take care of themselves. I don’t want to talk about politics. I’m bitter.” The marriage to Fuchs For the story, Maro Kontu was married only once. It was the great love of her life, the Greek-German photography director Aristides Carydis Fuchs. In January 1960, and after five years of marriage, Maro Kontou married her lover with a set of Dior’s designs that she had copied as a seamstress in Athens, as she wrote in a post on instagram the journalist and collector Aris Loupassis, in April 2019. “I grew up without a dad,” said the theater and cinema grandmother to explain why her first husband, well-known photography director Aristides Carydis Fuchs, pulled her off. “Because people like me are attracted, my husband had lost his mother and that very baby. I was asking for a father and that mother,” he said. She was then told how adventurous her marriage proposal was by her husband, who allegedly attempted suicide to bring her home after a fight. The couple split two years later. The circles of the time referred to the extramarital extravagances of Karydis-Fuchs with Alice Vougiouklakis. Asked if Aliki Vougiouklakis played a role in her separation, Maro Kontou responded: “I think it didn’t play a role. We had a bit of a break because I saw she was flirtatious but she didn’t want me to move by her side.” One of the most beloved and most successful films to date is Finos Film’s “The Woman Should Not Fear the Man”, starring Maro Kontou and George Constantinou in the roles of Kokovikos. This film was Greece’s official participation in the Berlin Film Festival, was honored with the director’s award at the Chicago Festival, and at its first screening it cut 297 tickets 273.         As the actress said, after “The Italian in the Cell” she never had a film proposal from Finos and was outraged. Of course, it continued its course in Karagiannis-Karatzopoulos. After many years, Finos’ director revealed to her that the blond star of the company was vetoing her presence.          
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