Stefania Goulioti

Stefania Goulioti is an award winning actress performing in Greece and other countries.

She was born in Athens in 1980 by a French mother. French is her mother tongue. She studied in the Drama School of the National Theater of Greece and graduated in 2004. She also studied, in the Drama School of the Piccolo Teatro di Milano, during the time that Luca Ronconi was teaching there.

She has collaborated with well known directors, such as Peter Stein, Serena Sinigalia, Robert Karsen, Tomaz Pandur, Dimiter Godjeff, Lefteris Vogiatzis, Yannis Houvardas, Nikos Karathanos, Michael Marmarinos, Katerina Evangelatou, Lydia Koniordou, Konstantinos Rigos, Vaggelis Theodoropoulos, Constantinos Markoulakis, Ectoras Lygizos, Stathis Livathinos, Dimitris Karatzas and Odisseas Papaspiliopoulos.

She has been given starring roles such as Sophocle’s “Electra”, Strindberg’s “Miss Julie”, Clytemnestra in the Eschylus’ “Oresteia”, and many others, in major theaters such as the National Theater, The Onassis Foundation, the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, China National Theater and Piccolo Teatro di Milano.

She has directed her own perfomances of the ancient Greek tragedy “Eumenides” for the Athens Festival and Epidaurus Festival, in two very different versions and spaces, in 2015 and 2018.

She has been honored with awards such as “Melina Merkouri” and “Karolos Koun” for her performance in Sophocles’ “Electra”, as well as the 2nd Prize for Women’s Performance in the Audience Awards of Athinorama magazine for “The Good Person of Sechwuan”.

In cinema, she has been honored with the “Female Performance Award” at the International Film Festival of Thessaloniki for the film “J.A.C.E.” by Menelaos Karamagiolis and has starred in other 5 films and 3 tv series.

She is currently starring at Christopher Papakaliati’s television series “Maestro”.

Since 2009, she has been teaching acting in drama schools such as the Athens Conservatory, George Armenis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and many others, while working on her own technique “Flowing Through”.