Evangelia Andreadaki was born in Athens in 1960. She studied Forestry at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and, later on, Acting at the Drama School of the National Theatre of Northern Greece, with a scholarship granted by the State Scholarships Foundation of Greece. After graduating, she collaborated for four years with the National Theatre of Northern Greece. She returned to Athens, where she attended the Ancient Drama Workshop, led by director L. Voyiatzis and performed the lead role of Antigone (1992), the workshop’s final production. She has participated so far in various plays, staged by theatres such as the National Theatre, Theatro Technis, Amore Theatre among others. She collaborated with director D. Mavrikios on various plays such as: The Seventh Garment, Six characters in search of an author, True West, Monstrous Masterpiece, The Illusion, Suddenly last summer. From the very beginning of her career, she took part in feature and short films by P. Voulgaris, G. Panousopoulos, P. Choursoglou and Elias Demetriou. Evangelia was also awarded at Thessaloniki Film Festival and Rabat Festival (Morocco) for her performance in the film Eyes of Night by P. Choursoglou. In 2016, she received the Iris Award by the Hellenic Film Academy for her role in the feature film SMAC, directed by Elias Demetriou. She also received several awards for her performance in the short films: Anna’s smile by N. Gouli, Kimon and Lucy by E. Bountri, Pyramid by D. Papathanasi. She appeared in numerous TV series and films produced for the Greek television.