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This is a list of Romanian actors, actresses, playwrights, and directors, whether on stage or in film. Most of these people made at least a significant portion of their career in Romanian-language theater, although some are merely of Romanian origin.
- Marga Barbu (born Butuc), actress
- Leopoldina Bălănuță, actress
- Ştefan Bănică, Sr., actor
- Radu Beligan, actor, director
- Ion Besoiu, actor
- Grigore Vasiliu-Birlic
- Claudiu Bleonț, actor
- Olga Bucătaru, film and stage actress
- Tamara Buciuceanu, actress
- George Calboreanu, actor, composer
- Şerban Cantacuzino, actor
- I.L. Caragiale, playwright
- Toma Caragiu, actor
- Ion Caramitru, actor
- Florin Călinescu, actor
- Liviu Ciulei, director, actor
- Constantin Codrescu, actor
- Roxana Condurache
- Jean Constantin, actor
- Geo Costiniu, actor
- Octavian Cotescu, actor
- Gheorghe Cozorici, actor
- Fory Etterle, actor
- Kira Hagi, actress and daughter of famous footballer Gheorghe Hagi
- Manuela Hărăbor, actress
- Emil Hossu, actor
- John Houseman, actor (born in Romania to a French-born Jewish father and an English mother, made his career in the United States as an English-language film and television actor)
- Ernest Maftei, actor
- Alexandra Maria Lara (born Plǎtǎreanu), actress
- Nicolae Massim, director
- Horațiu Mălăele, actor
- Ștefan Mihăilescu-Brăila, actor
- George Mihăiță, actor
- Matei Millo, stage actor
- Mihaela Mitrache, actress
- Marin Moraru, actor
- Maia Morgenstern
- Florentina Mosora
- George Motoi, actor
- Draga Olteanu Matei, actress
- Sebastian Papaiani, actor
- Oana Pellea, actress
- Irina Petrescu, actress
- Florin Piersic, actor
- Adrian Pintea, actor
- Margareta Pogonat, actress
- Elvira Popescu, actress
- Ion Popescu-Gopo, director
- Mitică Popescu, actor
- Rodica Popescu Bitănescu, actress
- Stela Popescu, actress
- Dem Rădulescu, actor
- Colea Răutu, actor
- Victor Rebengiuc, actor
- Duncan Renaldo, actor (Romanian-born, achieved fame in America as The Cisco Kid, a hero to children of the 1950s)
- Alexandru Repan, actor
- Edward G. Robinson, actor (Romanian-born Jew, made career in United States as an English-language film actor)
- Aristizza Romanescu, actress
- Geo Saizescu, actor
- Alec Secăreanu, actor
- Sebastian Stan, actor, naturalized American citizen
- Silviu Stănculescu, actor
- Carmen Stănescu, actress
- Tora Vasilescu, actress
- Grigore Vasiliu Birlic, actor
- Mircea Veroiu, actor, director, screenwriter
- Dorel Vișan, actor
- Johnny Weissmuller, actor (born in what is now Timișoara, Romania, ethnically German, made career in United States as an English-language film actor)
- Florin Zamfirescu, actor
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- Scott, A. O. "Leopoldina Balanuta". The New Your Times. Retrieved May 8, 2010.
- (in Romanian) Dana Andronie and Dana Cobuz, "Din Capşa provinciei"[permanent dead link], Jurnalul Naţional, May 1, 2007
- "Claudiu Bleont, Stage Artist". romania-on-line.net.
- Scott, A. O. "George Calboreanu Actor/Composer (Music Score)". The New York Times. Retrieved May 8, 2010.
- "Romanian prince and actor Serban Cantacuzino dies in Paris aged 70". Washington Post. Associated Press. 2011-07-07. Retrieved 2011-07-15.
- Eric D. Tappe. Ion Luca Caragiale. Twayne Publishers Inc., NY, 1974. (ISBN 0-8057-2199-1)
- "Toma Caragiu" Theatre in Ploieşti
- (in Romanian) "Caramitru se cere afară din PPCD" ("Caramitru Demands to be Registered as out of the PPCD") Archived 2007-10-11 at the Wayback Machine, in Evenimentul Zilei
- Theater History at the Guthrie Theater site Archived 2007-03-11 at the Wayback Machine
- "Actriţa româncă Roxana Condurache, nominalizată la premiile Genie, din Canada". RTV Romania, February 18, 2012.
- Luminiţa Gheorghiu Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine on Teatrul Bulandra site
- "Kira Hagi". IMDb. Retrieved 7 February 2021.
- "Cum a început povestea de dragoste dintre Gică Hagi și soția sa, cu care e căsătorit de 24 de ani: "Eram studentă în anul II și venea să mă ia de la facultate"". VIVA (in Romanian). 11 July 2019.
- Encyclopædia Britannica: John Houseman
- "Marcel Iures". filmbug.com.
- (in German) Interview with Alexandra Maria Lara Archived 2006-06-19 at the Wayback Machine
- (in Romanian) Teatrul de Nord Satu Mare: Ion Tifor Archived 2007-09-29 at the Wayback Machine
- National Theatre in Jassy
- Marco R. della Cava, J.C., 'morning star' and Mel Gibson, USA Today, posted 2/22/2004 9:39 PM, updated 2/23/2004 11:21 AM; retrieved March 1, 2005.
- Jean Negulesco at IMDb
- Jean Negulesco, at The New York Times
- (in Romanian) Dana Ciobanu, "Sinucidere pentru Elvira Popescu" Archived 2018-05-29 at the Wayback Machine, Jurnalul Naţional, March 1, 2004
- Constantin Roman, "Blouse Roumaine", 2001-2002
- (in Romanian) "Elvira Popescu" Archived 2007-09-28 at the Wayback Machine, at Mari Români
- "Families of Jules and Théodore Porgès"
- (in French) "Elvire Popesco", at CinéArtistes
- (in Romanian) Lucian Pop, "Conace boiereşti pentru cei care vor să se simtă moşieri", at Muse Imobiliare, July 20, 2005
- (in French) "Marigny – Salle Popesco" at Theatre online
- ION POPESCU-GOPO Archived 2003-05-20 at the Wayback Machine
- Biography at Bulandra Theatre page (Romanian) Archived 2006-03-24 at the Wayback Machine
- Sabin, Arthur J. In Calmer Times: The Supreme Court and Red Monday, p. 35. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1999.
- O SCURTĂ ISTORIE A FILMULUI ROMÂNESC Archived 2008-04-11 at the Wayback Machine
- "Geo Saizescu". www.cinemagia.ro.
- (in Romanian) Constantin Tănase: A căzut cortina! ("Constantin Tănase: The Curtain Dropped!") Archived 2013-06-01 at the Wayback Machine, Jurnalul Naţional, January 15, 2007 (accessed on March 28, 2007). The newspaper does not give its source, but this information has been available online as private communication as early as in 2003:Karpatenwillis Guestbook Archived 2005-02-11 at the Wayback Machine
- (in Romanian) Birlic, a perfect actor Archived 2007-09-29 at the Wayback Machine
- This interview of his son, taken in Timisoara in 2004 confirms he was born in Romania (as well in his book Tarzan, My Father by Johnny Weissmuller, Jr) Archived 2006-03-23 at the Wayback Machine