Famous Greeks
Some faces might look familiar, and others may not.
See how many of these Famous Greeks you can recognize!

Antholis, Kary PDF Print E-mail

Kary Antholis is a Greek-American Executive at the television network HBO who has overseen some of its groundbreaking socially-conscious programming. He is also an Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker.

Carasso, Isaac PDF Print E-mail

Isaac Carasso was an olive oil merchant of Jewish Greek origin. He founded The Dannon Company in 1919. Born in Thessaloniki, Greece where yogurt was a dietary staple, Carasso decided to introduce this healthy product to Barcelona. He opened a small yogurt business name "Danone", which means "Little Daniel", after his son.

Clarkson, Kelly PDF Print E-mail

Her first single smashed straight into number one in the Billboard charts in its first week and she hasn' tlooked back since. The final 10 contestants from the show re-united for the American Idol Tour, a 30 date, 7 week Arena tour which took them from Seattle to New York playing to over 200,000 fans.

Bulgari Family PDF Print E-mail

The Bulgaris descend from an ancient family of Greek silversmiths whose activity began in the small village of Epirus, where Sotirio, the founder of the family, made precious objects in silver.

Chiklis, Michael PDF Print E-mail

Michael Chiklis' first major recognition came in 2003, as he won the 2002 Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series for his role as Detective Vic Mackey on The Shield. He received a Golden Globe that same year for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series-Drama as well.

Davatzes, Nick PDF Print E-mail

Nickolas "Nick" Davatzes is an Greek-American television executive who is CEO Emeritus of A&E Network. He created and developed two of the most successful cable television networks: The A&E Network and The History Channel.

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