Who played Viktor Krum in Harry Potter Series?

If someone falsely points a gun at your head and asks you to mention a well-known Bulgarian actor, or pulls the trigger, the name is Stanislav Ianevski, the actor who played the role of Viktor Krum in the Harry Potter series has enough you live for another day.

The Harry Potter shooting days are over, but most fans want to know how most actors are doing. Here you can find out everything about Stanislav Ianevski (Viktor Krum).

Viktor Krum: Stanislav Lanevski

Stanislav Lanevski was born on May 16, 1985 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Not much is known about his upbringing, parents and siblings. However, he lived in England for five years and also had a short stay in Israel. Stanislav attended Mill Hill School in the UK, where he met Harry Melling, Harry Potter's co-star, and both became close friends.

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During his school days, Stanislav was not interested in the acting industry and never dreamed of becoming an actor until a casting director, Fiona Weir, nudged him to attend an acting workshop. He auditioned for the role of Viktor Krum in "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire". Of the 650 people who auditioned for the same role, he was the only one selected.

Stanislav lanevski is 34 years old.

Stanislav Lanevski as Viktor Krum in the Harry Potter series

In 2005 he appeared in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire as Viktor Krum. “In the fantasy film, his character as Viktor Krum is a seeker for the Bulgarian Quidditch national team who studied at the Durmstrang Institute and was part of the Durmstrang delegation sent to the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for the Triwizard tournament has been. He has a great affection for Hermione (Emma Watson) who thinks he's a nice person but can't go out with him because her heart is with Ron. He portrayed his character so well that fans in other films longed for him.

In 2007 he played the role of Miroslav in the slasher film "Hotel: Part II". The film is a sequel to the 2005 film "Hostel", which tells the story of three American art students in Rome who are led to a Slovak village, where they are kidnapped and taken to an institution where rich clients are tortured and pay for killing people. The film made a profit at the box office.

In 2011 he was seen in the film "Resistance". He took a short break from acting because there is always a big gap between the films in which he appeared. After appearing in his first television series "Undercover" in 2011, he appeared in three episodes of "Sofia Residents in Excess", a Bulgarian TV comedy series produced by BTV and Dream Team Production. The film tells a story of two Bulgarian families who are constantly in competition with each other.

Stanislav Lanevski hasn't made any movie headlines lately, but his role as Viktor Krum still feels green.

What is the actor these days?

The actor looks more like a motivational speaker these days because he labels most Instagram photos with motivational quotes. He was busy building his muscles now that he looks very different from the Viktor Krum you know on the screen. Although in an interview, he revealed that he shares something similar with his alter ego. “Krum is a great character. He is an athlete, me too. He is competitive and does his best, as I try in everything. So we're pretty much the same in terms of sport, ”said the actor.

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Stanislav Lanevski is single or keeps his private life in a tight cover. There was no information about his romance before he got into show business. He also has no child and his sexual orientation is clear. It stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches or 1.78 meters. He has a fortune of $ 1 million.

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