Bosnian movie stars died in 2007

Here are 2 famous actors from Bosnia and Herzegovina died in 2007:

Zoran Tadić

Zoran Tadić (September 2, 1941 Livno-September 9, 2007 Croatia) was a Bosnian film director and actor.

Throughout his career, Zoran Tadić directed over 20 films and television series, including "The Bridge," which won a Golden Arena award at the Pula Film Festival in 1969. Tadić was also known for his acting roles in films such as "The Birch Tree" and "Operation Stadium." In addition to his work in the film industry, Tadić was a respected professor of film directing at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb. He passed away on September 9, 2007, due to complications from lung cancer.

Dusan Tadic

Dusan Tadic (October 30, 1929 Tuzla-August 30, 2007 Belgrade) a.k.a. D. Tadic or Dusko Tadic was a Bosnian actor.

Throughout his career, Tadic worked in various theater, film, and television productions. He was a member of the Yugoslav Drama Theatre ensemble in Belgrade for several decades, where he performed in plays such as "Othello," "Richard III," and "Uncle Vanya," among others.

Tadic also appeared in a number of films, including "The Battle of Neretva," "Red Wheat," and "The Written Off Return," which earned him the Best Actor award at the Pula Film Festival in 1977.

In addition to his acting career, Tadic was also involved in politics, serving as a member of the Socialist Party of Serbia in the 1990s. However, his political career was cut short after he was arrested and later convicted of war crimes during the Bosnian War. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison, but was released in 2018 after serving 20 years.

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