Žarko Laušević

Žarko Laušević

ŽARKO LAUŠEVIĆ

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Biography
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Film
Television
Theatre
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Personal information

  • Born in

    1960

  • Hair color

    brown grey

  • Eye color

    blue

  • Height

    181 cm (6’)

  • Weight

    80kg ( 12st. 6lb. )

  • Active period

    1978/1993 _ 1998/2000

  • Active period II

    2014-

  • Playing age

    45 - 80 years

  • Playing nationality

    Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Serbian, Montenegrin , Slovenian, Bosnian, Macedonian, Croatian, British, American

  • Appearance

    Eastern European, Mediterranean, Slovenian, Russian, American

  • Languages

    Serbian native, English, Russian basic

  • Dialects

    Croatian, Bosnian, Montenegrin

  • Education

    Belgrade Faculty for Theatre and Film

  • Residence

    New York, USA

  • Sports

    Swimming, horse riding

  • Music & dance

    /

  • Special skills

    Writing

  • Vehicle licences

    Car Driving Licence

News

Known for

Koreni

2018Acim Katic

Serbia

Noz

1999Alija Osmanovic / Ilija Jugovic

Yugoslavia

Boj na Kosovu

1989Milos Obilic

Yugoslavia

Oficir s ruzom

1987Petar

Yugoslavia

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Biography

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
his generation.


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.

Video Presentation - English

Showreel

Video Presentation - Russian

Zarko Lausevic - video 01

Son's Will

2018 Nikola

Serbia

Smrdljiva bajka

2015 Moma

Serbia, Bulgaria

Ranjena zemlja

1999 Nele

Yugoslavia

Noz

1999 Alija Osmanovic / Ilija Jugovic

Yugoslavia

Rodjen kao ratnik

1994 The Gibbon

Yugoslavia, USA

Kazi zasto me ostavi

1993 Pedja

Yugoslavia

Bolje od bekstva

1993 Aleksa Radman

Yugoslavia

Preci i potomci

1992 Narrator

Yugoslavia

Crni bombarder

1992 Smajser

Yugoslavia

Original falsifikata

1991 Stojan

Yugoslavia

Stela

1990 Mato Herceg

Yugoslavia

Songlines

1989 Role

Germany, Soviet Union

Boj na Kosovu

1989 Milos Obilic

Yugoslavia

Atoski vrtovi - preobrazenje

1989 Sava slikar

Yugoslavia

Braca po materi

1988 Role

Yugoslavia

El camino del sur

1988 Moritz

Yugoslavia, UK, Argentina

Dogodilo se na danasnji dan

1987 Bajra

Yugoslavia

Oktoberfest

1987 Role

Yugoslavia

Oficir s ruzom

1987 Petar

Yugoslavia

Dobrovoljci

1986 Sportista

Yugoslavia

Smeker

1986 Pavel

Yugoslavia

Lepota poroka

1986 young man with cigarettes

Yugoslavia

Jagode u grlu

1985 Lale

Yugoslavia

Lazar

1984 Lazar

Yugoslavia

Igmanski mars

1983 Miljan

Yugoslavia

Savamala

1982 Vinko Saric

Yugoslavia

Direktan prenos

1982 Fantom

Yugoslavia

Progon

1982 Mirko

Yugoslavia

13. jul

1982 Janko 'Kvisling'

Yugoslavia

Drzavni sluzbenik

2019 Ilija

Serbia

Pet

2019 Zaca

Serbia

Koreni

2018 Acim Katic

Serbia

Senke nad Balkanom

2017 Princ Djordje Karadjordjevic

Serbia,Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Republic of Macedonia

Zaboravljeni

1991 Aca'vena'

Yugoslavia

Baal

1990 Ekart

Yugoslavia

Kolubarska bitka

1990 Aleksa Dacic

Yugoslavia

Valjevska bolnica

1990 Miloje Dacic ... sin

Yugoslavia

Leto

1988 Milan

Yugoslavia

Vuk Karadzic

1988 Knez Mihailo Obrenovic

Yugoslavia

Pod rusevinama

1987 Role

Yugoslavia

Rimski dan

1987 Propercije

Yugoslavia

Svecana obaveza

1986 Zoran Hadzi-Kostic

Yugoslavia

Sivi dom

1986 Silja

Yugoslavia

Jedna polovina dana

1985 Djuka

Yugoslavia

Ne tako davno

1984 Srle 'Samac'

Hasanaginica

1983 Hasanaga

Yugoslavia

Dani AVNOJ-a

1983 Role

Yugoslavia

Podijum-Zarko Lausevic

1983 Glumac

Yugoslavia

Mrtvi se ne vracaju

1983 Role

Yugoslavia

Ruski Umetnicki eksperiment

1982 Tjomkinle

Yugoslavia

M.V.

1987 Vojin Vukelic

Yugoslavia

Hadersfild

by Uglješa Šajtinac 2017 Father

Canada, USA

Emigrants

By Slavomir Mrožek 2000 AA

USA

The False Tsar Stephen the Little

by Petar Petrovic Njegos 1993 knjaz Dolgorukov

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Čaruga

by Radoslav Pavlović 1993 Count Wranitzky- Čaruga

Zvezdara Theater

L'Illusion comique

by Pierre Corneille 1991 Klendor

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Waiting for godot

by Samuel Beckett 1990 Estragon

Belgrade Drama Theater

LITTLE GIRL

by Radoslav Pavlović, 1990 Žika “Ajkula”

Zvezdara Theater

Sveti Sava

by SinišaKovačević 1990 RastkoNemanjić / Sveti Sava

National Theater Zenica

Kanjoš Macedonović

By Milan Delčić 1989 Kanjoš

Budva city theater

Valjevo Hospital

by Dobrica Ćosić 1989 Aleksa Dačić

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Glass Menagerie

by Tennessee Williams 1989 Tom

Belgrade Drama Theater

Muke po Živojinu

by Radoslav Pavlović 1985/89 Denis

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Original falsifikata

by Rade Radovanović 1988 Stojan

Zvezdara Theater

Baal

by BertoldBreht 1988 Ekart

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Woman Orchestra

by Jean Anui 1987 Pianist

Student city

Cat on a hot tin roof

by Tennessee Williams 1987 Brik

Belgrade Drama Theater

Politics Like Destiny

By Petar Petrovic Njegos 1987 Esad Ćimić

Student Cultural Center, Belgrade

Kolubarska bitka

by Dobrica Ćosić 1983-1986 Aleksa Dačić

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Loot

by Joe Orton 1985 Denis

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Hari does not travel by train

By Milan Delčić 1985 Hari

Student Cultural Center, Belgrade

Audience

by Václav Havel 1985 Writer

DODEST - Podgorica

King Lear

By Petar Petrovic Njegos 1984 Edmund

Student Cultural Center, Belgrade

Marko Kraljević - superstar

by Slobodan Milatović 1984 Šarac

DODEST - Podgorica

The third spring of St. Petronijević,

by Dragoslav Mihajlović 1984 Sveta Petronijević

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Terrorists

by Ireneuš Iredinski 1983 Number 7

Yugoslav Drama Theater

The Mountain Wreath

By Petar Petrovic Njegos 1983 Vladika Danilo

DODEST - Podgorica

The ray of microcosm

By Petar Petrovic Njegos 1982

Faculty of Drama Arts

Croatian Faust

by Slobodan Šnajder 1982 Komesar

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Romeo and Juliet

by William Shakespeare 1981 Tibald

National Theatre, Belgrade

Vernisaž

by Vaclav Havel 1981 Mihael

Faculty of Drama Arts

A dream in a summer night

by William Shakespeare 1981 many roles

Faculty of Drama Arts

Suspicious face

by Branislav Nušić 1981 Žika

Faculty of Drama Arts

Crossroads

by Dragan Tomić 1981 Milivoje

Yugoslav Drama Theater

Ruination of Titanic

by Hans Magnus Encesberger 1981 /

Poetry Theater "ĐuroSalaj"

The Mountain Wreath

By Petar Petrovic Njegos 1980 The guy from the car

National Theatre, Belgrade

  • Lifetime Achievement Award on Mostar film festival "Stablo ljubavi" ( " Tree of love")

    2017

  • "Grand prix Naisa" audience recognition for the best actor, movie Stinky fairy tale in "Film Meetings", Nis.

    2016

  • Award list News 8, for the role in the movie "Say why you leave me"

    1993

  • Grand Prix at Film Meetings in Nis for the role in the film "Better Than Avoidance"

    1993

  • "Sterija prize" for the characters of Rastko Nemanjić and Sveti Sava in the play "Sveti Sava"

    1990

  • "Zoran Radmilović" Award for the role in "Kanjoš Macedonović"

    1989

  • Award "City Theater" for the role in the performance "Kanjoš Macedonović"

    1989

  • Award "Car Constantine" in Nis for roles in movies "Officer with a Rose", "It happened on this day" and "Oktoberfest"

    1989

  • "Golden Arena" in Pula for the best male role in the film "Officer with a Rose"

    1987

  • Polet Award in Pula Zarko Lausevic and Ksenija Pajic for the most emotional emotional relationship

    1987

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