50 Best ex-Yugoslavian Actors of All Time

List of 50 Best ex-Yugoslavian Actors of All Time. (2011.)
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Boris Dvornik
Boris Dvornik was born to the family of a carpenter. His acting experience started at the age of 8 when he took parts in plays for children. In his high school days he was learning to be electrician, but soon decided to pursue full-time acting career instead. After finishing National Acting School in Novi Sad he enrolled in Drama Academy in Zagreb...
 
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Rade Serbedzija
Actor, Snatch
Rade Serbedzija became internationally famous mainly for his supporting roles in Hollywood films in the 1990s. His film career has been long both in his home country and elsewhere. Serbedzija was born in the village of Bunic, located between Korenica and Licki Osik in Lika. In 1969, he graduated from...
 
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Danilo 'Bata' Stojkovic
Danilo 'Bata' Stojkovic was born on 11th of August 1934 in Belgrade, Stojkovic in Belgrade. He was one of the most prominent and respectable actors in the history of Yugoslav and Serbian cinema. He acted in 68 films during his life (debut in Covek iz hrastove sume), more than 50 TV dramas and 20 TV series. The character...
 
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Emir Hadzihafizbegovic
Emir Hadzihafisbegovic was born on 20th of August 1961 in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. He graduated acting at the Academy of performing arts in Sarajevo in 1986. From 1989 to 1992 he worked at the Folk theater in Tuzla. The war years he spent (1992 - 1995)in the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 1996 he started to work at the National Theater of Sarajevo...
 
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Ljubisa Samardzic
Ljubisa Samardzic was born into a miner's family. His acting talent was discovered very early and he won a scholarship with respected director Bojan Stupica. After graduating Belgrade Drama Arts Academy and playing a few theater roles, Ljubisa Samardzic was given the part in Igre na skelama. After that experience...
 
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Nikola Kojo
Actor, Parada
Nikola Kojo was born on September 5, 1967 in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia. He is an Serbian actor and producer, known for Parada (2011), Pretty Village, Pretty Flame (1996) and We Are Not Angels (1992). He has been married to Aleksandra Djuric since 2006. They have three children. Nikola name comes from the great-grandfather...
 
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Goran Visnjic
Actor, ER
Goran Visnjic is a Croatian American actor and producer, born in Sibenik, Croatia, Yugoslavia. He is married to Eva Visnjic (formerly Ivana Vrdoljak) with whom has three children. From an early age Visnjic started appearing in various theater plays. At the age of 16, he had his screen debut in the film Braca po materi In 1990...
 
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Dragan Nikolic
Dragan Nikolic's movie debut was in 1964 (Pravo stanje stvari), but he started his career with role Dzimi Barka in movie When I Am Dead and Gone, directed by Zivojin Pavlovic and for this role, he was awarded with Diploma at Pula Film Festival in 1968. He appeared in more than 90 feature films. In 1985 he received the "October award" of Belgrade. He was married to Milena Dravic...
 
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Rade Markovic
Rade Markovic was born in Belgrade where he studied at the College of Engineering and Philosophical Faculty. For the first time he set his foot on the stage as a member of a cultural artistic company "Ivo Lola Ribar" and the Youth Theatre and since the season 1946 to 1949 he was acting in performances of the Academic Theatre...
 
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Nikola Simic
Nikola Simic was born on May 18, 1934 in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia. He is best known for his leading role in Serbian sequeled smash hit A Tight Spot as a low-level clerk Dimitrije-Mita Pantic, as well as the voice of Bugs Bunny cartoons dubbed in Serbian. He died of cancer on November 9, 2014 in Belgrade, Serbia.
 
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Nikola Rakocevic
Nikola Rakocevic has been proclaimed as one of Europe's leading young screen actors, clocking up awards and critical acclaim at major international film festivals. Jurors at the prestigious Berlin Film Festival placed Nikola among the ten European Shooting Stars in 2014. The accolade was just one...
 
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Branko Djuric
He is married to Slovenian actress and singer Tanja Ribic. He has two Daughters, Zala and Ela. From a previous marriage he has a son Filip. He Lives in Ljubljana, Slovenia. He also has a band Bombaj Stampa. He has Also received several awards including Best Actor - Valencia Film Festiva, Best Actor - Terra di Siena...
 
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Dragan Bjelogrlic
Dragan Bjelogrlic is a Serbian actor, director, and producer.Simultaneous to moving from Opovo to Belgrade to continue his studies, 14-year-old Bjelogrlic also debuted in movies playing a memorable role of Sava Jovanovic Sirogojno in Bosko Buha, a 1978 film that achieved sizable popularity. He followed that up in the coming years with other roles in TV series, short, and feature films...
 
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Slavko Stimac
Slavko Stimac is a Serbian actor, who was born on October 15, 1960 in Konjsko Brdo, a village in municipality of Perusic, Croatia, Yugoslavia. He began acting when he was only 12 years old and starred in popular movies like "Sutjeska", "Cross of Iron" "Specijalno vaspitanje" and "Ko to tamo peva". With his leading role in Emir Kusturica's classic "Sjecas Li Se...
 
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Vanja Drach
Vanja Drach was born to the family of a respectable doctor in Vinkovci, Croatia. Having lost his father at the age of 11, he decided to continue with family tradition and came to Zagreb to study medicine. However, in the big city he fell in love with theater and cinema and, and after only one year in the medical school...
 
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Bojan Navojec
Bojan Navojec is Croatian film and stage actor with an extraordinary charm and personal warmth, attracted attention as a student. Throughout his career, he worked with leading Croatian and regional directors, appeared in more than 70 films and 50 theatre plays across major Croatian theatre. In 2010 he joined Croatian National Theatre drama...
 
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Branimir Brstina
Branimir Brstina is well known Serbian TV, movie and theatre actor. He is particularly gifted comedian often casted for the roles of charismatic and strange characters. Brstina was born on January 4, 1960 in Banatsko Veliko Selo, a small village in northern Serbia. He finished primary school and high school in Zrenjanin...