A Matter of Dignity - Cast

Cast

  • Ellie Lambeti - Chloe Pella
  • Athena Michaelidou - Roxanni Pella
  • Eleni Zafeiriou - Katerina
  • Giorgos Pappas - Kleon Pellas (as Georgios Pappas)
  • Michalis Nikolinakos - Galanos
  • Dimitris Papamichael - Markos
  • Minas Christidis - Nikos Dritsas
  • Vasilis Kailas - Vasilakis (as Vasilakis Kailas)
  • Zorz Sarri
  • Despo Diamantidou
  • Mairi Hronopoulou
  • Despoina Nikolaidou
  • Dimitris Hoptiris
  • Dimitra Zeza
  • Nikos Fermas
  • Nikos Kourkoulos

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