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Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark

Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark

Danish-greek princess
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About
Occupation Actor
Country United Kingdom
Date of birth Paddington, City of Westminster, Greater London, London
Family
Sister(s): Princess Alexia of Greece and Denmark
Mother: Queen Anne-Marie of Greece
Brother(s): Pavlos Crown Prince of Greece Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Denmark
Father: Constantine II of Greece
Education Brown University, Woldingham School
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The details
Biography

Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark (Greek: Θεοδώρα, born 9 June 1983 in St Mary's Hospital, London), also known under her stage name Theodora Greece, is a British actress and member of the Greek royal family and Danish Royal Family. She is currently ninth in the line of succession to the former Greek throne.

Biography

Theodora was born in 9 June 1983 at St Mary's Hospital, London. She is the younger daughter and fourth of the five children of the deposed Greek king Constantine II and Princess Anne-Marie of Denmark.

On 16 November 2018 it was announced that Princess Theodora is engaged to Los Angeles based attorney, Matthew Kumar.

Education

Theodora attended the all-girls boarding institution, Woldingham School, situated in Surrey, England, between 1994 and 2001. After a gap year spent at St Philip's College in Alice Springs, Australia, Theodora attended Brown University under the name Theodora Greece, where she received her Bachelor of Arts on 28 May 2006 in Theatre Arts, having also attended Northeastern University in Boston. Subsequently she undertook graduate studies at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design.

Career

In April 2010, Theodora moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career, appearing in supporting roles under the name Theodora Greece. She made her television debut as secretary Alison Montgomery in the long-running soap opera, The Bold and the Beautiful, on December 5, 2011.

Filmography

  • Static [short] (2018)
  • Respect Greece (2017)
  • Gates of Hades (2017)
  • Blind Follow (2016)
  • The Assistant (2016)
  • June (2015)
  • Little Boy (2015)
  • The Bold and the Beautiful (2011-2016)
  • June (2014)
  • Shang (2013)
  • Nevan Saunders' Quest for Fame: A Documentary by Kip Griffen (2011)
  • Sroloc (2010)
  • The Lightkeepers (2009)
  • De vilde svaner (2008)

Titles and styles

  • 9 June 1983 – present: Her Royal Highness Princess Theodora of Greece and Denmark.

Honours

  • Royal Orders of Greece :
    • Dame 1st Class of the Order of Saints Olga and Sophia

Ancestry

Her paternal grandparents were King Paul of Greece and Frederika of Hanover. Her maternal grandparents are Frederick IX of Denmark and Ingrid of Sweden. As an agnatic descendant of Christian IX of Denmark Theodora is a Danish princess, and because King Christian's younger son, Prince William of Denmark, was elected "George I, King of the Hellenes" in 1863, her father (George's great-grandson) inherited the throne of Greece in 1964.

She is closely related to eight current or former reigning sovereigns of Europe: daughter of Constantine II of Greece, maternal niece of Margrethe II of Denmark, paternal first cousin of Felipe VI of Spain, matrilineal first cousin once removed of Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, second cousin once removed of Harald V of Norway, second cousin and third cousin once removed of Philippe of the Belgians and thus first cousin once removed and third cousin of Albert II of the Belgians, and, by two different ways, third cousin once removed of Elizabeth II, as well as a paternal first cousin twice removed of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

As a great-great-granddaughter of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught (son of Queen Victoria), Princess Theodora is also in the line of succession to the British throne pursuant to the Act of Settlement 1701.

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