Serbian movie actors died when they were 79

Here are 2 famous actors from Serbia died at 79:

Stevo Žigon

Stevo Žigon (December 8, 1926 Ljubljana-December 28, 2005 Belgrade) a.k.a. Stevo Zigon or Stevan Zigon was a Serbian writer, actor and theatre director. He had one child, Ivana Zigon.

Zigon's career spanned several decades and he was considered one of the most important figures in Yugoslavian theatre. He began his career in the 1950s as an actor and then went on to direct numerous productions in Ljubljana and Belgrade. He was known for his unconventional and avant-garde approach to theatre, which brought him critical acclaim and a loyal following. In addition to his work in theatre, Zigon was also a prolific writer, publishing several plays and essays on theatre. He was a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts and was awarded numerous accolades for his contributions to the arts. Despite his success, Zigon remained humble and dedicated to his work until his death in 2005.

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Čkalja (April 1, 1924 Kruševac-October 20, 2003 Belgrade) a.k.a. Miodrag Petrovic Ckalja, Miodrag Petrovic, Ckalja or Miodrag Petrovic-Ckalja was a Serbian actor.

He was widely considered one of the greatest comedic actors of the former Yugoslavia, and had a career spanning over five decades. Čkalja appeared in more than 100 films, including "The Marathon Family," "The Written Off Return," and "Who's Singin' Over There?" He was also a prolific theater actor, and performed in numerous plays throughout his career. Čkalja was known for his comedic timing and physical comedy, as well as his distinctive voice and facial expressions. He was a beloved figure in Yugoslavia, and remains a beloved figure in Serbia today.

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