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Đuričko in 2011
July 9, 1974
Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia, now Serbia
|Spouse(s)||Ljiljana Nešić (2002–present)|
|Relatives||Đorđe Đuričko (brother)
Tomanija Đuričko (grandmother)
Ðuričko was born in Belgrade, Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia. Equally active on film, television, and in theater, Ðuričko graduated from the Belgrade University of Arts School of Dramatic Arts. His first notable film was in 1989, in a movie Poslednji krug u Monci.
On June 7, 2004, Ðuričko got married to Ljiljana Nešić. They met earlier that year on the set of The Cordon where she worked as a production assistant and he had one of the leading roles. Together they have a daughter Nađa.
|2013||World War Z||Captain of "Belarus Airlines"|
|2012||Smrt čoveka na Balkanu||Real Estate Broker|
|Children of Sarajevo||Tarik|
|2011||In the Land of Blood and Honey||Darko|
|2010||Montevideo, God Bless You!||Živković|
|2009||Technotise: Edit & I||Bojan|
|2006||Sedam i po||Simke|
|Take a Deep Breath||Bojan|
|When I Grow Up, I'll Be a Kangaroo||Kengur|
|1998||Barking at the Stars||Milić Gavranić - Tupa|
- Odabašić, Jelena (January 31, 2011). "Sloboda Mićalović i Nikola Đuričko: Večeras pravimo spektakl u Sava centru". Blic Online. Archived from the original on July 22, 2011.
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