Manos Katrakis (August 14, 1909 in Kastelli Kissamou - September 2, 1984) was a Greek theatrical player
He was the smallest of the five children of Charalambos Katrakis and Irini Katraki. He moved to Athens when he was 10 because his father's work dodn't go well. His brother Giannis Katrakis moved to North America.
He played soccer when he was a child including Athinaiko.
With the actor/director? Kostas Leloudas, he played in the first movie To Lavaro tou '21 in 1928. He later palyed in the theatrical Ethniko Theatro, (the National Theatre) in 1931. In the 1930s, he continued theatrical plays (he had a friend who was a maestro named Dimitri Mitropoiulos). He married Anna Lori at the age of 35.
During World War II, he remained in Makronisos. He raised twins?.
In the 1950s he returned to Athens from Makronisos and his work was slow. He attended little and big roles in theatricals and cinemas.
In 1954, he married his third and final wife named Linda Alma (a pseudonym of Eleni Malioufa) shortly after the theatrical premiere.
He was a smoker until his death. He did some therapies until his death? Shortly before his death, he filmed his last and his best movie Taxidi sta Kythira, the journey to Kythera/Kythira with the actor Thodoros Aggelopoulos. He died at the age of 75 in September 2, 1984 after his ailing health.