Here are 6 famous actors from Croatia were born in 1969:
Mladen Vulic (September 1, 1969 Vinkovci-) a.k.a. Mladen Vulić or Mladen Vuliæ is a Croatian actor.
He is best known for his work in theater and film in Croatia. Vulić graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb and has since appeared in numerous productions on stage, both in Croatia and internationally.
In addition to his work in theater, Vulić has also appeared in several Croatian films and television shows. He received critical acclaim for his role in the film "The Border Post," which won awards at several film festivals around the world.
Besides his acting career, Vulić is also a professor at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb, where he teaches courses on acting and theater production. He is recognized as an influential figure in the Croatian arts scene and continues to be an active member of the industry.
Ivan Salaj (November 4, 1969 Zagreb-) is a Croatian screenwriter, actor and film director.
He graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb where he studied acting. Salaj made his acting debut in 1992 in the film "Afrodita, Zejna i ja" directed by Rajko Grlic. He has since appeared in numerous Croatian films and television series. In 1998, he wrote the screenplay for the film "Nausikaja" which won the Golden Arena award at the Pula Film Festival. Salaj made his directorial debut in 2009 with the film "Mornari" which won the Golden Arena award for best film at the Pula Film Festival. He also directed the film "Ljudozder vegetarijanac" which premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2012.
Vedran Mlikota (July 31, 1969 Zagvozd-) is a Croatian actor.
He graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb in 1992. Mlikota made his professional acting debut in 1991 in the film "Zagreb Cowboy" directed by Tomislav Radic. He has since become a prominent actor in film, theater, and television in Croatia. Some of his notable works include the TV series "Lara's Choice" and "The Paper" (originally titled "Novine"), as well as the films "The Blacks" and "100 Minutes of Glory." In addition to his acting career, Mlikota is also a professor of acting at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb. He has received numerous awards for his work in theater and film, including the Best Actor Award at the Pula Film Festival in 2016 for his role in "The Blacks."
Tihomir Lerner (June 3, 1969 Vinkovci-) otherwise known as Tim Lerner is a Croatian actor.
He graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb and has since become one of the most prominent actors in Croatia. Lerner has appeared in numerous films, television shows and theatre productions throughout his career. Some of his most notable roles include portraying the character of Milan in the critically acclaimed film "Fine Dead Girls" (2002), and the lead role of Ivan in the film "The Blacks" (2009). In addition to his work as an actor, Lerner has also dabbled in directing and screenwriting. In 2013, he directed a short film titled "Exsomnia", which premiered at the Zagreb Film Festival. Lerner continues to be an active and respected figure in the Croatian entertainment industry.
Vjekoslav Jankovic (March 12, 1969 Vrbanja, Croatia-) is a Croatian actor.
He graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb in 1994 and began his acting career in theatre. Jankovic has since appeared in numerous films and television shows, both in Croatia and internationally. He is best known for his roles in "The Blacks" (2009), "The Priest's Children" (2013), and "Agape" (2017). Jankovic has received several awards for his acting, including the Golden Arena for Best Actor at the Pula Film Festival in 2009. In addition to his acting career, he is also a professor at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb.
Mario Mirkovic (December 17, 1969 Zagreb-) also known as Milan Mirkovic is a Croatian actor.
Mario Mirkovic began his acting career in the late 1990s and has since become a well-known actor in Croatia. He has appeared in numerous successful TV shows and movies, including the popular series "Odmori se, zasluzio si" and "Stipe u gostima". In addition to his work in film and television, Mirkovic is also a successful stage actor and has performed in many theater productions throughout Croatia. He is known for his versatility as an actor and has played a wide range of roles over the course of his career. In addition to his acting work, Mirkovic is also a vocal advocate for LGBTQ+ rights and has frequently spoken out about the need for greater acceptance and understanding in Croatian society.