Slavko Štimac

Slavko Štimac

SlavkoŠtimac

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Television
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Theatre
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Personal information

  • Born in

    1960

  • Hair color

    Black

  • Eye color

    Dark brown

  • Height

    177cm (5'9")

  • Weight

    77kg ( 12st. 1lb. )

  • Active period

    1972-

  • Playing age

    40-60 years

  • Playing nationality

    Slovenian (Russian, Ukrainian,Belarusian, Serbian, Montenegrin , Slavonian, Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian), Italian, German

  • Appearance

    Eastern European, Mediterranean, Italian, Slovenian

  • Languages

    English, Serbian, Croatian, Macedonian

  • Dialects

    classical american english

  • Residence

    Belgrade, Serbia

  • Ctizenship

    Serbian, Croatian

  • Sports

    Athletics, Basketball, Football, Running, Skiing, Swimming

  • Music & dance

    Singing, basic gitar

  • Special skills

    Writing, Fluent English and Serbian, Advanced Basketball

  • Vehicle licences

    Car Driving Licence

  • Played in countries

    UK, USA, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia, Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, France, Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland, Yugoslavia

  • Cooperated with:

    Richard Burton, James Coburn, Maximilian Schell, James Mason, Adrien Brody, Emir Kusturica

News

Known for

Life Is a Miracle

2004Luka

Serbia, France, Italy

Underground

1995Ivan

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, France, Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, UK, USA

Sjecas li se Dolly Bell?

1981Dino

Yugoslavia

Cross of Iron

1977Michail

UK, West Germany

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Biography

Slavko Stimac was born on 15. October 1960. in Konjsko Brdo near Gospic (present-day Croatia). He is one of the most famous Yugoslav film and theater actors. He got his first role at the age of 12, so the audience at that time had the opportunity to follow his acting and life development. Since 1972, he has starred in over 50 movie and TV projects.

 

His first role was in the movie Lone Wolf by director Obrad Gluscevic. That marked the beginning of his phenomenal career in Yugoslavia. After that he starred in films such as Battle of Sutjeska, Wintering in Jakobsfeld, The Farm in the Small Marsh, Train in the Snow… In 1977, the debut film of Goran Markovic Special Education, premiered in Pula. Stimac played the role of Pera Trta, a minor delinquent in a correctional facility in Belgrade. The film became one of Markovic’s most popular work in a very short time and has been screened in more than 50 countries. The following year, he was given the opportunity to collaborate with foreign actors on the movie Cross of Iron, a war drama directed by David Samuel Peckinpah. He shared the set with stars such as James Coburn, Maximilian Schell, James Mason and others.

 

In 1980, he starred in one of the most successful Yugoslav films Who’s singing over there, directed by Slobodan Sijan. The film has been screened at festivals in Pula, Nis, Vrnjacka Banja, Cannes, Montreal, Panama, Salamaki, Rotterdam, Vevey and Mannheim and won an award at each festival. Today it is one of the most cited comedies of Yugoslav cinema. In the drama Do You Remember Dolly Bell? (1981), the directorial debut of the world-renowned Emir Kusturica, Stimac played Dino. The successful collaboration between Slavko and Emir continued on in the films Underground (1995) and Life is a Miracle (2004). The number and quality of the roles Slavko Stimac played during the Yugoslav period secured him a spot among the greats. He is known to younger audiences for The Tour, The Enemy, Top je bio vreo, as well as the TV shows such as See you in Montevideo and Ubice mog oca.

 

He is currently married to the painter and set designer Vesna Golubovic, with whom he has a son, Vid. His undeniable talent, modesty and work ethic make him a fantastic colleague and collaborator.

 

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Video presentation - English

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Dragan Micanovic Interview

The Love Europe Project

2019 Supervisor

Germany

A Head Full of Joy

2018 Patient

Serbia, Montenegro

Golden Five

2016 Lamarinic

Republic of Macedonia

All That Remains

2015 Niksa

USA, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Italy, Switzerland

Top je bio vreo

2014 Nikola

Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina

All of that

2012 Otac

Montenegro

Die Brücke am Ibar

2012 Kiosk owner

Germany, Serbia, Croatia

Neprijatelj

2011 Vesko

Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary

Coriolanus

2011 Volsce Lieutenant

UK

Stevan M. Zivkovic

2010 Stevan

Serbia

Djavolja varos

2009 Milos

Serbia

Turneja

2008 Djuro

Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia

Bjuik Riviera

2008 Hasan Hujdur

Croatia, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, USA, UK

S. O. S. - Spasite nase duse

2007 Fikret

Serbia

Konji vrani

2007 Kir Teja

Serbia

Optimisti

2006 The father of a blind girl

Serbia

Life Is a Miracle

2004 Luka

Serbia, France, Italy

Oxygen

1999 Jerome Jerzy

USA

Underground

1995 Ivan

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, France, Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, UK, USA

Kazi zasto me ostavi

1993 Milicioner I

Yugoslavia

The Hottest Day of the Year

1991 Car pound clerk

Yugoslavia, UK

Noc u kuci moje majke

1991 Gile

Yugoslavia

Braca po materi

1988 Veselin

Yugoslavia

Na putu za Katangu

1987 Policajac

Yugoslavia

The Misfit Brigade

Year 1987

UK, Denmark

Drzanje za vazduh

1985 Gligorije

Yugoslavia

Ovni in mamuti

1985 /

Yugoslavia

I to ce proci

1985 Pavle

Yugoslavia

Varljivo leto '68

1984 Petar Cvetkovic

Yugoslavia

Cudo nevidjeno

1984 Brat Kondic I

Yugoslavia

Prijatelji

1984

Yugoslavia

Igmanski mars

1983 Gane Truba

Yugoslavia

Ziveti kao sav normalan svet

1982 Mladic u kolicima

Yugoslavia

Sjecas li se Dolly Bell?

1981 Dino

Yugoslavia

Ko to tamo peva

1980 Mladozenja

Yugoslavia

Zimsko ferije

1979 /

Yugoslavia

Pakleni otok

1979 /

Yugoslavia

Tigar

1978 Cok

Yugoslavia

Dvoboj za Juznu prugu

1978 Bane

Yugoslavia

Tamo i natrag

1978 Marko Jovanovic

Yugoslavia

Specijalno vaspitanje

1977 Pera 'Trta'

Yugoslavia

Tamo i natrag

1977 Michail

UK, West Germany

Vlak u snijegu

1976 Ljuban Maric

Yugoslavia

Salas u Malom Ritu

1976 Milan Maljevic

Yugoslavia

Salas u Malom Ritu

1976 Milan Maljevic

Yugoslavia

Zimovanje u Jakobsfeldu

1975 Milan Maljevic

Yugoslavia

Sutjeska

1973 Kurir

Yugoslavia

Vuk samotnjak

1972 Ranko

Yugoslavia

Ubice mog oca

2016-2019 Sava

Serbia

Rest in Peace

2018 Miljenko 'Miki' Mazija

Croatia

Montevideo, Bog te video!

2014 Stanoje

Serbia

Turneja

2011 Djuro

Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Jesen stize, dunjo moja

2009 Kir Teja

Serbia

Od danas do sutra

2006 /

Serbia

Zivot je cudo

2006 Luka Djukic / Luka

Serbia and Montenegro

Bila jednom jedna zemlja

1996 Ivan

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, France

Dome, slatki dome

1989 Milicioner

Yugoslavia

Svecana obaveza

1986 Ranko Koviljac

Yugoslavia

Varljivo leto '68

1984 Petar Cvetkovic

Yugoslavia

Kost od mamuta

1979 Dusan

Yugoslavia

Cast mi je pozvati vas

1977 Slavko

Yugoslavia

Lepse od snova

1976 Decak

Yugoslavia

Salas u Malom Ritu

1976 Milan

Yugoslavia

Korespodencija

2018 Simeon Njegovan - Hadžija

Zvezdara teatar

Claustrophobic comedy

2015 Teja Kraj

Zvezdara teatar

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  • In January 2019, at the opening of the 12th Kustendorf International Film and Music Festival, Slavko was awarded the "Future Film Award", the equivalent of a lifetime achievement award.

    2019

  • "Alexander Lifka" Award at the 24th European Film Festival for outstanding contribution to European film

    2017

  • Sarajevo Film Festival- Best actor, Buick Riviera

    2008

  • Acknowledgment Zivojin Zika Pavlovic

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