Victor Grech

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Victor Grech

Victor Grech was born on September 8, 1926. He was named Victor because he was born on the feast of Victory.

Victor Grech made his first stage appearance in 1945 with the company Star of the Sea.

He was also one of the first to take part in radio plays and joined companies such as Cachia Ghirlando and Maleth.

He had also taken part in some films made in Malta such as The Malta Story and Vendetta for the Saint and in an episode of Remmington Steele.

This is in addition to a number of local productions such as Madonna Zingara, F’Baħar Wieħed, Kristu Fl-Iżbarra, Hekk Jidhirlek Mela Hekk Hu u Dejjem Tiegħek, u drama Ipokriti where Victor Grech had played the character of Sander, a drama that great successes when it was first shown on television, MTV and still popular to this day.

In 1961 he married actress and presenter Mary Grech, who today like Victor is retired. They have two sons and even are grandparents.

He died on Wednesday 18 January 2023, at the age of 96.