Stefan Kapicic Poster


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Overview (3)

Born in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Nickname Kaponja
Height 6' 4½" (1.94 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Stefan Kapicic is known for his work through Eastern Europe and USA. He speaks fluent English, Russian, German and 5 other languages including many dialects. He is adept in both comedy and drama and has played everything from a comedic stoner to a ruthless drug lord to a heartbreaking Savant. In his career he played more than 70 roles on film, television and theater. A few years back he starred as Charleston in Luc Besson's film, Charleston and Vendetta(a.k.a. Tears For Sale) directed by late Uros Stojanovic (CAA) and is getting a lot of attention in France and is screened at the Toronto film festival. This film is what brought him to the U.S. He has guest starred on hit shows including 24 (FOX), The Unit (CBS/FOX), Numbers (CBS), The Event (NBC), he did a hero role in Universal Pictures feature film "Big Miracle" starring Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski.

He recently comes off starring on a feature and TV series in Serbia, and was last on the stage performing Tybalt in "Romeo & Juliet" on prestige theater festival in Dubrovnik, Croatia for which he got amazing reviews.

Stefan played iconic X men character "Colossus" in 2016 highest R-rated movie of all time "Deadpool" starring Ryan Reynolds. "Deadpool" was nominated for Golden Globes, Critics choice awards and MTV movie awards.

He's next projects are "Deadpool 2" and 'Counterpart' for Starz.

Stefan is married to an actress Ivana Horvat.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: The Holywood Reporter

Spouse (1)

Ivana Horvat (2017 - present)

Trivia (5)

He is son of actress Slobodanka Zugic.
His professor of acting on Faculty of dramatic arts in Belgrade was Gordana Maric.
Recipient of an Award for Best Debutant, at 38th Nis Film Festival, Festival of Actors' Achievements in Fiction Films, 2003, for his first movie role in a feature "Almost Ordinary Story" by director Milos Petricic.
His father is ex-Yugoslavian basketball legend, World and European champion Dragan Kapicic.

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