Croatian movie actors born in the year 1971

Here are 5 famous actors from Croatia were born in 1971:

Marinko Prga

Marinko Prga (January 1, 1971 Split-) is a Croatian actor.

He began his career in the late 1990s, appearing in several Croatian films and TV series. Prga is best known for his portrayal of Josip Klemm in the critically acclaimed Croatian TV series "Najbolje godine" (The Best Years). He has also appeared in international productions such as the TV series "Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Cradle of Life" and the film "Behind Enemy Lines: Colombia." In addition to his acting career, Prga is also a trained martial artist and has competed in a number of competitions in Europe.

Drazen Bratulic

Drazen Bratulic (May 11, 1971 Pazin-) is a Croatian actor.

He is most known for his roles in Croatian films and TV series, including "Odmori se, zasluzio si," "Sonja i bik," "Nausicaa," and "Winnetou: The Beginning." Bratulic studied acting at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb, Croatia's capital city. In addition to his work in film and television, he has also appeared in theater productions throughout Croatia. Bratulic has been nominated for several acting awards, including Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film at the 2012 Croatian Actors' Association Awards.

Niksa Kuselj

Niksa Kuselj (October 15, 1971 Dubrovnik-) is a Croatian actor.

He graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb in 1997. Shortly after graduation, he began acting in various theater productions and became a member of the Croatian National Theater in Zagreb. He has also acted in many films and television series, including "What is a man without a mustache?", "Svećenikova djeca", and "The Paper". Kuselj has won critical acclaim for his performances, receiving numerous awards including the Best Actor Award at the Pula Film Festival in 2002. In addition to his acting career, Niksa Kuselj is also a professor at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb teaching acting.

Mile Kekin

Mile Kekin (January 11, 1971 Bretten-) also known as Milan Kekin is a Croatian musician, actor, songwriter and singer.

He is best known as the lead vocalist of the popular Croatian rock band "Hladno Pivo", which he co-founded in 1987. Kekin's contributions to the band have earned them numerous awards and accolades, including multiple Porin Awards (Croatia's equivalent of the Grammy Awards) for Best Rock Album and Best Rock Song.

Aside from his music career, Kekin has also dabbled in acting, with roles in several Croatian films and television shows. He has also released a solo album, "Kužiš Stari Moj", which incorporates elements of pop, rock, reggae, and folk music.

Throughout his career, Kekin has been known for his outspokenness and activism, particularly in advocating for LGBTQ+ rights and environmental issues. He is a frequent participant in protests and demonstrations and has used his platform to raise awareness about these causes.

Zvonimir Juric

Zvonimir Juric (June 4, 1971 Osijek-) also known as Zvonimir Jurić is a Croatian actor, screenwriter and film director.

Zvonimir Juric started acting in the early 1990s and made his directorial debut with the film "The Blacks" in 2009. He has since directed several acclaimed films including "Cold War" and "The Reaper". In addition to directing, he has also written scripts for his own films as well as for other directors. He has received numerous awards for his work including Best Director at the Pula Film Festival and the Golden Arena for Best Screenplay. Juric is known for his intense and gritty style of filmmaking that often explores the dark side of human nature. He is considered to be one of the most promising filmmakers of his generation in Croatia. Aside from his work in film, Juric has also acted in several television series and movies.

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