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Zarko Lausevic was born on January 19, 1960 in Cetinje, Montenegro, Yugoslavia.
Zarko fell in love with theater and acting as an adolescent. He attended the theater section while he was attending the primary school. At the age of 16 he became the champion of Yugoslavia in the recitation of poetry. At 18, he already got his first role on television.
At age 22, he graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, in the class of professor Mina Dedic. In 1982, immediately after graduating from the University, he received the first major film role. At the same time he became an actor in the Yugoslav Drama Theater, where he played numerous roles of historical importance in the culture of Yugoslavia and other Balkan countries.
Well-known playwrights, theatrical figures, directors noticed the magnificent talent, courage, rebellious spirit, and it was him who entrusted the roles of the most significant figures of Serbian history, both in the theater and in the cinema.
Zarko had a special talent, he knew how to convey emotions through his roles
like no other. No doubt he was considered one of the most talented actors of
A wide audience fell in love with him from the first appearance on the big screens. His debut took place in the film “Run”, 1982. During the
1980s and 1990s, he received mainly leading roles in more than 25 films, 17
television shows and numerous theater productions throughout Yugoslavia. During this period he became one of the most popular theater and film actor in
Yugoslavia. Although he was young, handsome and very charismatic, it was the
scope of his dramatic skill that brought him fame in Yugoslavia and beyond.
In 1989, he played one of the most important roles in his career, Milos Obilic in the movie “Battle on Kosovo”.
Due to tragic circumstances, Zarko must to have made a long break in his career, from 1993 to 2015. Zarko wrote three books about his life. Not only because people adored him, but also because of the writing gift he possessed, the books he wrote were widely known and among the most widely readin the country. There were no differences among generations of readers, everyone read with great interest and waited for his books, which for many people were very instructive. He, as the hero of a tragic fate and an open heart, spoke freely about his personal tragedies and sufferings.
Kinoist – International Actors Agency Moscow
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