Who is costas mandylor dating
The music video was included as a bonus feature on the Greek edition of the film's home video release.
Walt Disney Records, via its international distribution partner EMI, commissioned several local market, foreign-language versions of songs from the entire High School Musical series, although "Mikroi Theoi" was the only Greek version song.
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Costas Mandylor is an Australian actor who was mostly known for his acting roles in such American films as Mobsters and as Det. He also appeared as Kenny Lacos for 83 episodes of the series Picket Fences.
He also is the brother of fellow actor Louis Mandylor.
Kostas Martakis competed in the Greek National Final with a song by Dimitris Kontopoulos, with lyrics by Vicky Gerothodorou. The pop rock version of the song was originally supposed to be performed at the National Final, but the dance version was chosen instead by Martakis and his label.
The winning entrant was "Secret Combination" by Kalomoira, and Martakis' entry "Always and Forever" placed second.
In 2011, he participated in the second season of Greece's Dancing with the Stars, placing second and three years later he was in the backstage featuring Doukissa Nomikou.
"Fila Me" is another single by Martakis of which was made into a music video and released as a digital single.
Martakis then took a break from recording and live shows as he was called to fulfill service in the Hellenic Navy.
By winter 2006, Martakis was singing alongside Despina Vandi and Giorgos Mazonakis at REX night club, while in summer 2007 he starting singing with Kelly Kelekidou and Dionisis Makris at "Romeo" summer club.
In June 2007, Martakis released his first studio album titled Anatropi (Reversal).