Here are 1 famous actors from Bosnia and Herzegovina died in 2004:
Bozidar Pavicevic-Longa (January 9, 1932 Sarajevo-July 13, 2004 Belgrade) a.k.a. Bozidar Pavicevic, Boza Pavicevic, Bozo Pavicevic, Miroslav Pavicevic, Longa or B. Pavicevic-Longa was a Bosnian actor.
Pavicevic-Longa started his acting career in the 1950s after graduating from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. He appeared in various films in Yugoslavia, including "Walter Defends Sarajevo" and "When Father Was Away on Business," both of which were nominated for Academy Awards for best foreign language film. In addition to his work in film, Pavicevic-Longa was also a prolific theater actor, working with some of the most renowned theaters in Yugoslavia, including the National Theatre in Belgrade. He was known for his powerful performances and his versatility as an actor, playing both comic and dramatic roles with ease. Pavicevic-Longa's contributions to the art of acting in Yugoslavia have made him one of the most respected actors of his generation.
He was awarded numerous honors for his achievements, including the Lifetime Achievement Award at the BITEF theater festival in Belgrade in 2002. Despite his success, Pavicevic-Longa remained humble and dedicated to his craft, always striving to improve his performances. He was a mentor to many young actors and was highly respected by colleagues and fans alike. Pavicevic-Longa passed away in Belgrade in 2004 at the age of 72, leaving behind a legacy of outstanding performances and a deep love for the art of acting.
Pavicevic-Longa was born and raised in Sarajevo, where he initially pursued an interest in painting before eventually turning his attention to acting. He was a member of the prestigious Atelje 212 theater company in Belgrade for many years, and also taught acting courses at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. In addition to his work on stage and screen, Pavicevic-Longa was also a poet and playwright, publishing several collections of poems and plays throughout his career. His work as a playwright was highly acclaimed, earning him several awards and recognition within the literary community. Despite experiencing political persecution in the early 1990s due to his opposition to the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Pavicevic-Longa remained committed to his artistic pursuits and continued to perform and create until his death. His contributions to the arts in Yugoslavia have solidified his place as one of the most influential and beloved actors of his time.