Lyuben Lyubenov Dilov – otherwise known as Lyuben Dilov Junior – is a Bulgarian television and film screenwriter, satirical writer, journalist, media entrepreneur and politician. He was born on the 19th of November, 1964, in Sofia. Lyuben is the son of the Bulgarian fantasy fiction writer Lyuben Dilov (1927-2008). He has graduated from High School 32 in Sofia and from the Journalism faculty of the University of Sofia ‘Clement of Ohrid', specialising in printed media. Lyuben works as an editor in a few periodical editions, such as the Pogled newspaper, Literary Academy magazine, etc.

From 1990 on, he takes care of the broadcasts Coo-Coo, Kanaleto, Outcasts and The Slavi Show. Lyuben is the driving force and chief mastermind behind all of those shows.

After 2001, Dilov Junior enters the world of politics. He is the founder and first spokesman of the Gergyovden movement. In 2003, he becomes the movement’s chairman. From 2004 to 2011, Lyuben is also owner and co-editor-in-chief of the Novinar newspaper.

Lyuben became a member of Internet Society-Bulgaria on the 1st of May, 2001.

On the 11th of August, 2010, he became editor-in-chief of the Bulgarian edition of the Italian periodical, L’Europeo.

Lyuben Dilov Junior is a script writer of the film la donna e mobile and of some documentary films, radio broadcasts, etc. He is also chief script writer of the TV series Time difference: Seven hours.

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