Edvin Liverić

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Edvin Liverić (born November 20, 1970, in Rijeka, Croatia) is a Croatian theatre, television and film actor.

Career[edit]

Liverić graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb in 1995 and for some time he was a member of Croatian National Theatre in Varaždin.[1] In 1995 he was under recurring status in the ZKM (Zagrebačko kazalište mladih). From 1996 to 2005 Liverić taught "The Scene Movement" at the Academy of Dramatic Arts.

Liverić is a member of The Croatian Dance Institute, where he works as a selector and the personal assistant to the Festival's Art Director. In 2003 he worked as the Art Director for the Street Art Festival in Poreč. Liverić is also a Co-Founder of a theatre group TRAFIK with whom he created the award-winning play Hodač ("The Walker") which pays homage to Janko Polić Kamov.[1][2]

Liverić works closely with dance theatres, and also continues to create many roles in Croatian theatres, as well as abroad.

Liverić has worked throughout the years in many theatre productions in Croatia and in Slovenia. Liverić has also appeared in many films, both foreign and Croatian, for instance: Balko, Svjetsko čudovište, Konjanik, La Femme Musketeer. Liverić has debuted as a director in several theatre plays, such as: Bračni prizori by I. Bergman (Theatre &TD), Eva Braun and Igre u dvorištu (Theatre EXIT), Draga Elena Sergejevna (Theatare ŠKUC/Glej – Ljubljana), Draga Elena Sergejevna (ZKM) i Pozdrav s Jadrana (TRAFIK). Liverić received the Vladimir Nazor Award for the play "Imago".

Liverić has made several appearances in TV shows, sitcoms and Soaps, for example: Kazalište u kući, Ljubav u zaledju,[2] Cimmer Fraj, |Bitange i princeze, but he became known to a wider audience as the witty and sharp designer Aleks Kralj on a short lived Croatian version of Ugly Betty, Ne daj se, Nina.[2]

Plays[edit]

  • Najbolja juha! Najbolja juha![2]
  • Veliki Gatsby
  • Viktor ili djeca na vlasti
  • Ana Karenjina
  • Draga Elena Sergejevna

TV[edit]

2004 La Femme Musketeer as King's Private Servant
2005–2006 Ljubav u zaledju as Claude D'artmant/Ivica Kausuric
2004 Kazalište u kući as Antonio
2007 Cimmer Fraj as Monsere
2007 Bitange i princeze as Inspektor Zinedine
2007–2008 Ne daj se, Nina as Aleks Kralj
2008 Ponos Ratkajevih as Italian Fascist

Films[edit]

2003 Svjetsko cudoviste
2003 Konjanik
1999 Bardo Thodol - Tibetanska knjiga mrtvih
1997 Zagorje, dvorci

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Edvin Liverić". zekaem.hr (in Croatian). Retrieved 6 May 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c d Ivana Matić (27 March 2008). "Edvin Liverić: "Moja uloga ne vrijeđa gayeve"" [Edvin Liverić: "My role does not offend gay people"]. Nacional (in Croatian). Archived from the original on 22 July 2012. Retrieved 22 July 2012.