Serbian movie actors born in the year 1976

Here are 7 famous actors from Serbia were born in 1976:

Ivan Djuric

Ivan Djuric (March 27, 1976 Niš-) is a Serbian actor.

He began his acting career in the late 1990s and quickly gained popularity in Serbia for his performances in both television and film. Some of his most prominent roles include "Montevideo, God Bless You!" and "Grupa," among others. In addition to his acting work, Djuric is also a prominent voice actor, having lent his voice to several Serbian dubs of popular animated movies and TV shows. He continues to work in the entertainment industry and is widely regarded as one of Serbia's most accomplished actors.

Srdjan Timarov

Srdjan Timarov (August 7, 1976 Belgrade-) also known as Срђан Тимаров is a Serbian actor.

Beginning his acting career in the late 1990s, Timarov has become one of the most recognizable faces in Serbian film and television. He has appeared in numerous popular TV series, such as "Vratiće se rode", "Nepobedivo srce", and "Ranjeni orao". Timarov has also had roles in several acclaimed films, including "Stršljen" and "Žena sa slomljenim nosem". In addition to his prolific acting career, Timarov is also a successful theatre director and producer. He has directed plays for some of Serbia's most prestigious theatre companies, and has won several awards for his work in the field. Beyond his artistic endeavors, Timarov is also known for his philanthropic efforts. He has worked with several organizations and charities throughout Serbia, including the Ana and Vlade Divac Foundation and the Serbian Children's Cancer Foundation.

Mickey Nedimovic

Mickey Nedimovic (January 6, 1976 Novi Sad-) is a Serbian actor, film producer, film director and screenwriter.

He graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, where he studied Acting, and he made his acting debut in the film "The Powder Keg" (1998). He has since appeared in numerous films and television series both in Serbia and internationally. In 2007, he founded his own production company called "Biberche Productions", and has produced several successful independent films. In 2013, he wrote and directed his first feature film, "Love Hunter", which received critical acclaim and was screened at several international film festivals. Nedimovic is known for his versatility as an actor, having portrayed a wide range of characters in drama, comedy, and action films. He has won several awards for his work in film and theatre, and has been recognized for his contributions to Serbian cinema.

Vanja Lazin

Vanja Lazin (April 2, 1976 Belgrade-) is a Serbian actor.

Lazin studied acting at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. He made his acting debut in 2001 in the film "Munje!", directed by Radivoje Andric. He went on to appear in numerous films and TV series, including "Miris dunja," "Ono kao ljubav," and "Dojcinov Dnevnik." Lazin is known for his versatile acting skills and has received critical acclaim for his performances in both comedic and dramatic roles. Off screen, he is an active supporter of various humanitarian causes and often participates in charity events.

Astrit Alihajdaraj

Astrit Alihajdaraj (December 10, 1976 Istok-) is a Serbian actor.

Astrit Alihajdaraj was born to Albanian parents in Istok, a small town in Kosovo. He later moved to Belgrade, Serbia, in his early adulthood to pursue his acting career.

Alihajdaraj appeared in several acclaimed Yugoslav films and TV shows during the 1990s, including "Porodicno Blago" and "Bolji zivot". He rose to prominence with a leading role in the cult classic Serbian film "Rane" (Wounds) in 1998.

In addition to his acting career, Alihajdaraj is also known for being a human rights activist, having worked extensively with refugees and displaced persons from Kosovo. He was awarded the "Human of the Year" award by the European Movement Serbia in 2017 for his humanitarian work.

Ljubomir Bandovic

Ljubomir Bandovic (July 8, 1976 Berane-) also known as Ljuba Bandovic or Ljubomir Bandović is a Serbian actor.

He graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade in 2001. His acting career started in 1998 with a small role in the TV series "Porodicno blago". He is best known for his roles in popular Serbian TV shows such as "Lud, zbunjen, normalan", "Jagodići", and "Vojna akademija". Bandovic has also acted in several films, including "Munje!" and "Lajanje na zvezde". In addition to acting, he has also worked as a voice actor and has lent his voice to numerous animated characters in Serbian-language versions of popular cartoons and animated films.

Miloš Tomić

Miloš Tomić (February 5, 1976 Belgrade-) is a Serbian film director, screenwriter, cinematographer, actor, film producer and film editor.

He studied at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, where he graduated with a degree in film and television directing. After completing his studies, he began working in the film industry and quickly established himself as a talented and versatile filmmaker.

Tomić has directed numerous acclaimed feature films, including "Sheitan Warrior," "Unplugged," and "The Prize." He has also worked as a cinematographer on several films, including "The Trap" and "Dara of Jasenovac," which was shortlisted for the 93rd Academy Awards.

In addition to his work as a director and cinematographer, Tomić is also an accomplished actor, having appeared in several films and television series. He has also produced several films, including "The Samurai in Autumn" and "The Secret of the Black Widow."

Tomić's work has been recognized with numerous awards and honors, including the Best Director award at the 2013 Belgrade International Film Festival and the Grand Prix at the 2017 Tabor Film Festival. He is considered one of the most talented and innovative filmmakers of his generation and continues to push the boundaries of cinema with his groundbreaking work.

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