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Last seen on: USA Today Crossword – May 15 2021
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Mircea Diaconu (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈmirt͡ʃe̯a diˈakonu]; born 24 December 1949) is a Romanian actor, writer, and politician. First appearing on stage in 1970, and on screen two years later, Diaconu pursued a lengthy career in both formats, working with a series of prominent directors. He acted in some sixty films through the 2000s, and continued to act in theatre during the ensuing decade. He took part in the Romanian Revolution. In 2008, he entered electoral politics, becoming a senator, and subsequently serving a term as a Member of the European Parliament. In 2019, he ran for president, placing fourth.
Born in Vlădești, Argeș County, he graduated high school in Câmpulung in 1967 and Bucharest’s Caragiale Academy of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography in 1971. In 1980 he married Diana Lupescu, herself an actress; the couple have two children.
Diaconu made his theatrical debut a year before finishing university, at the Bulandra Theater, in Truman Capote’s The Grass Harp. His screen debut came in Dan Pița’s Stone Wedding (1972); he would later appear in the same director’s Philip the Good (1975). Other directors with whom he has worked include Alexandru Tatos (Red Apples, 1975; Sequences, 1982; and The Secret of the Secret Weapon, 1988), Virgil Calotescu (Bucharest Identity Card, 1982; and Repeated Wedding, 1985), Nae Caranfil (Asfalt Tango, 1996; and Filantropica, 2002) and Cătălin Mitulescu (The Way I Spent the End of the World, 2006). In all, he has appeared in more than sixty films.