A child of artists (both her parents are graduates of the School of Fine Arts), she alway had an inclination towards reading, the arts, and the cinema. She learned from a very early age to love her time with herself - and freedom.
From her first appearance on television, at the age of just seven, on ERT's show "Ela na paixoume", to the recent return with the TV series "Silent Road", the girl transformed in front of the public into a charming woman remains full of dynamism, talent and hard work.
Her love for art was quickly transformed into action: As soon as she finished school, she enrolled at the Art Theate, despite the fact that she had also studied French Philology. All she cared about was acting.
She became famous by playing one of the most controversial heroines of TV series, "Anastasia", that premiered on September 16, 1993, and it was a huge success. At the time she was just 21 years old.
The barrage of success followed with other series, such as: "The Lost Letters", "Absent", "The Throne Room", "Wonderful Creatures", "Karma", and more recently, "Tamam" and "Tattoo", while the theatrical role are equally important in her acting career, most recently with The Imaginary Patient by Moliere, directed by Petros Filippidis.
Mirto Alikaki is widely known for her roles in films: "My Brother and I" (1998), "Shores of Twilight" (1998), "Black Out p.s. Red Out" (1998), "Dangerous Cooking" (2010), "A Place Called Home" (2013), "Amore Mio" (2015), "Istanbul Story" (2016), "Happy Birthday" (2017), "Do It Yourself" (2017), "Timeless Stories" (2017).