The actress who fought with relatives for Octavian Goga’s fortune: Ilinca Tomoroveanu, behind the scenes

Ilinca Tomoroveanu was one of the most important theatre and film actresses in our country.

Few people know, however, that she was also the granddaughter of the poet and politician Octavian Goga, and this brought her both benefits and quite a lot of inconvenience.

Ilinca Tomoroveanu
Ilinca Tomoroveanu

Who was Ilinca Tomoroveanu

The great actress was educated at the “banks” of the Institute of Theatrical and Cinematographic Arts in Bucharest, graduating in 1964.

She made her official debut in the film Darclee, where she played a minor role. Later, he also appeared in another film called Mândrie, released in 1960. In the theatre, she made her mark in 1964, when she played the role of Cristina for the first time in the play Moartea unui Artist at the National Theatre in Bucharest.

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In 1990 she became a full member of UNITER, joining the institution’s senate nine years later.

Years later, in 2005, Ilinca Tomoroveanu was appointed deputy artistic director of the Ion Luca Caragiale National Theatre. However, she continued to perform on stage.

She was married to Traian Stănescu, and it is said that there was love at first sight between the two.

Beyond her artistic life, Ilinca Tomoroveanu fought for the fortune of her uncle, Octavian Goga.

In his will, Octavian Goga would have left his entire fortune to Veturia, his wife. But in 1966, she donated everything to the Romanian state.

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In 2015, her grandchildren succeeded in annulling the will and obtained the retrocession of the “Octavian Goga” Museum Complex in Ciucea, Cluj county, which opened the way for other claimants, including Ilinca Tomoroveanu.

At stake was a 24-hectare estate, but also an impressive mansion that housed priceless collections, including paintings by Camil ressu, Ștefan Luchian, Nicolae Grigorescu and Nicolae Tonitza.

Unfortunately, after all, the splinter does not jump far from Octavian Goga’s torso, so the actress preferred to spend the last years of her life trying to obtain a fortune which, to be honest, was no longer of any use to her.

On May 2, 2019, the actress passed away in Bucharest.

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