After finding out the news that Draga Olteanu Matei died hospitalized at Sfântul Spiridon Hospital in Iaşi, the actor Alexandru Arşinel spoke about the personality of his colleague.

“She was a very great actress, a special person, with a gift for this profession of ours. She was a screenwriter, she was a film artist, a guide in the field of theater “, says Arşinel, according to Freedom.

Alexandru Arşinel also spoke about the actress’ retirement in Piatra Nemţ, where she formed a theater team and participated in various competitions, being the president of the “Grigore Vasiliu Birlic” Humor Festival in Fălticeni.

“She retired to an area of ​​the theater-loving and country-loving country of Draga Olteanu, Moldova. She was very loved in Piatra Neamţ, by the public there, by the collaborating forum that supported her while she was there ”.

Arşinel also remembers the moments when he played with Draga Olteanu Matei. “She is a great actress. I had the joy of playing with her, an extraordinary partner. I will not forget that he gave up applause to push me on stage, to capture success. Of extraordinary generosity. It is a great loss in line with the great losses of recent years. Great artists and actors disappear easily, easily. He has played in many creations. Chiriţa, script made and played by her. He achieved great success both on stage and in film. But not only that, a great theater animator. I repeat, in Piatra Neamţ he created a theater team with which he won several competitions in the country. I’m not talking about the scenarios and actions he was carrying out in the country. A great actress. A special man! You think, every time, to say something special to confuse everyone. You have nothing to say! Except she was a very great actress. What to invent about Draga Olteanu Matei? She was as she was, she was huge “, Alexandru Arşinel declared on Antena 3, the quoted source shows.

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