Serbian movie actors died when they were 67

Here are 2 famous actors from Serbia died at 67:

Bogdan Tirnanić

Bogdan Tirnanić (September 14, 1941 Belgrade-January 16, 2009 Belgrade) also known as Bogdan Tirnanic was a Serbian journalist and actor. He had one child, Jovana Tirnanic.

Tirnanić began his career in journalism in the 1960s, working for various newspapers, including Večernje Novosti and Ilustrovana Politika, where he wrote about culture and entertainment. He also worked as an editor and screenwriter for the national television station, RTS.

In addition to his work in journalism, Tirnanić was also a respected actor in both film and theater. He appeared in over 20 feature films, including "Zona Zamfirova" and "Bela lađa," and numerous theater productions.

Tirnanić was known for his wit and humor, and was a beloved figure in Serbian media and entertainment. He passed away in 2009 at the age of 67.

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Danilo Stojković

Danilo Stojković (August 11, 1934 Belgrade-March 16, 2002 Belgrade) also known as Danilo Bata Stojkovic, Bata Stokovic, D. Stojkovic, Danilo Stojkovic, Bata Stojkovic, Bata, Frenga or Bubuleja was a Serbian actor.

He died caused by cancer.

Throughout his career, Stojković appeared in over 100 films and TV shows. He was known for his versatile acting abilities and charisma on screen, often playing complex and nuanced characters. Some of his most notable roles include his performance as Kosta in the film "W.R. – Mysteries of the Organism" directed by Dusan Makavejev, and as Marko Dren in the film "The Marathon Family" directed by Slobodan Sijan. He also starred in several films directed by Emir Kusturica, including "Underground" which won the Palme d'Or at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival. Stojković was honored with numerous awards throughout his career, including two Golden Arena awards for Best Actor at the Pula Film Festival in Croatia.

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