The film is directed by Peter Andrikidis and stars Nick Giannopoulos, Vince Colosimo, Alex Dimitriades, Zeta Makrypoulia and of course MYKONOS!!!
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Australia: May 20, 2010
Greece : June 3, 2010
'The second film is defined by its affections rather than afflictions. Giannopoulos has said that it's partly ''a thank you to our parents'', and that generosity makes the film more relaxed and charming'.
Paul Byrnes for the Sydney Morning Herald, May 20, 2010
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About Nick Giannopoulos
Nick is a very well known actor/writer/producer/director born in 1963 in Melbourne, Australia, to Greek Immigrant parents and grew up mainly in the inner Melbourne suburbs of Fitzroy & Richmond where he went to school.
In 1981 he was accepted into the Drama School at the prestigious Victorian College Of The Arts and graduated in 1985 with a Degree in Dramatic Arts.
In 1987-90 he toured Australia with ethnic comedy stage show: "Wogs Out Of Work", which he also co-wrote and produced. A huge success it played to over 750,000 people.
In 1989-92 he starred in TV sitcom "Acropolis Now" for 5 seasons (63 episodes) which he also created and co-wrote and which was hugely popular in Australia.
In 1990 he toured Australia with the play "The Heartbreak Kid" in which he played the lead role. In 1990-1991 he toured Australia with the stage production of "Acropolis Now Live", which he also co-wrote & produced.
In 1991 he played Danny Zuko in the David Atkins production of the musical "Grease" at the Footbridge Theatre in Sydney. In 1993-1995 he toured Australia with ethnic comedy stage show: "Wog-A-Rama", which he also wrote, produced & directed.
In 1996-1998 he toured Australia with ethnic comedy stage show: "Wogboys" which he also wrote, produced & directed. In 1999 he starred in the feature film "The Wog Boy" which he also co-wrote & produced. It went on to gross more than 12 million dollars at the Australian Box office becoming one of the most popular Australian films of all time.
In 2000-02 he toured Australia with ethnic comedy stage show: "Wog Story", which he also wrote, produced & directed. In 2003 he starred in the feature film "The Wannabes" which he also co-wrote & produced.
In 2004 he hosted & produced the TV special "Greece Is The Word" which was watched by over 3 million people on the Seven Network and repeated before the Athens Olympics Opening Ceremony.
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