Predrag Miletić

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Predrag Miletić
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Born (1952-09-26) 26 September 1952 (age 61)
Niš, SR Serbia,
SFR Yugoslavia
(today's Serbia) Serbia
Other names Peđa
Occupation Actor and Opera singer
Years active 1972–present
Spouse(s) Gordana Miletić
(1979–present)
Website
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0587294/

Predrag Miletić, (Serbian Cyrillic: Предраг Милетић; born (1952-09-26)26 September 1952), is a Serbian actor. He finished the Faculty of Drama Arts[1] in Belgrade in the class of Ognjenka Milićević, professor. He was a full-time member of National Theatre in Niš, since 1972 to 1976, and after that, he entered Faculty of Dramatic Arts (FDU) in Belgrade. His first main role was 'La Mama', and lead role of Antoni in Terazije Theatre. Since 1981, Predrag Miletić has been member of the National Theatre in Belgrade, where he has appeared in more than 40 dramas. Also, he has appeared in almost all Serbian series since 1980, and has shot a number of domestic and foreign films. He is the only member of the Serbian National theater who has been employed professionally both in opera and drama department. He was a member of the "Z Teater", run by actor and director Milenko Zablaćanski, and he participated in the famous Edinburgh International Festival, in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland. He wrote a book about his journey from Beograd to the Serbian monastery Hilandar on Mount Athos in Greece by bicycle with his godfather Oliver Njego, solo-singer from National Theater.[2][3] Book name is "Biciklom do Hilandara", (English: By bicycle to Hilandar)[4]

With wife Gordana, he has two sons, Vuk and Tadija.

Career[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Predrag Miletić is mainly theater actor. First after graduation, he was invited by Terazije Theatre to play leading role of Antoni in La Mamma, by André Roussin, in 1979.

Stage appearances outside National Theatre in Belgrade[edit]

Year Title Author Role Theatre
1979 La mamma André Roussin Antony Terazije Theatre
Bele ruže za Dubljansku ulicu Miodrag Županc Belgrade Drama Theatre
1993 Mušica (The Midge) Angelo Beolco Il Ruzzante Tonin, soldier "Z" Theatre
1979 Sporting Lajf Bratislav Petković Sportsman Belgrade Drama Theatre
Шумовање Позориште „Под разно“
1989 Kanjoš Macedonović Vida Ognjenović Rado Teatar City Budva Festival
Zona Zamfirova Stevan Sremac National Theatre in Niš
Уска стаза до дубоког севера National Theatre in Niš
2012 Rebecca Sylvester Levay Colonel Julian Madlenianum Opera and Theatre

National Theatre in Belgrade[edit]

Stage appearances in National Theatre in Belgrade:

Year Title Author Role Theatre
1989 Oresteia Aeschylus National Theatre in Belgrade
1984 Kada su cvetale tikve Dragoslav Mihajlović Vlada, brother of Ljuba Sretenović National Theatre in Belgrade
1989 Richard III William Shakespeare National Theatre in Belgrade
1981 Veličanstveni rogonja Fernand Kromlenk Man from Ostkerk National Theatre in Belgrade
Убише књаза National Theatre in Belgrade
1994 Pobratim Novica Savić Mijat National Theatre in Belgrade
Kosovska Hronika National Theatre in Belgrade
Konak National Theatre in Belgrade
Apis National Theatre in Belgrade
1991 Cyrano de Bergerac Edmond Eugène Alexis Rostand Cadet National Theatre in Belgrade
1992 Tvrdica (Kir Janja) Jovan Sterija Popović Kir Dima National Theatre in Belgrade
1995 Razvojni put Bore Žnajdera Aleksandar Popović Selimir National Theatre in Belgrade
1993 The Taming of the Shrew William Shakespeare Biondello National Theatre in Belgrade
1997 A Midsummer Night's Dream William Shakespeare Robin Starveling National Theatre in Belgrade
2000 Maksim Crnojević Laza Kostić Duke Ilija Liković National Theatre in Belgrade
2002 Velika drama Siniša Kovačević Ranko Mijović, četnik National Theatre in Belgrade
2004 Zečiji nasip Siniša Kovačević Tiosav, policeman National Theatre in Belgrade
2005 Koštana Borisav Stanković Grkljan, father of Koštana National Theatre in Belgrade
2008 Витамини Vera Jon National Theatre in Belgrade
1982 The Master and Margarita Mikhail Afanasyevich Bulgakov Executioner National Theatre in Belgrade

Opera[edit]

Opera appearances at the National Theatre in Belgrade:

Year Title Composer Role Theatre
1994 The Magic Flute Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Armoured men National Theatre in Belgrade
Die Fledermaus Johann Strauss II Frosch, the jailer National Theatre in Belgrade
Aida Giuseppe Verdi High Priest National Theatre in Belgrade
Tosca Giacomo Puccini A jailer National Theatre in Belgrade

Television[edit]

Currently Miletić appears in "Gorki plodovi", a drama serie on RTS1.

He has also had previous television roles:

Year Title Role Notes TV network
1981 Sedam sekretara SKOJ-a Episode (1.4, 1.5, 1.6) RTS 1
1983 Kamiondzije 2 Sudija (Judge) Episode ("Sve ispočetka") RTS 1
1984 Banjica RTS 1
1986 Sivi dom RTS 1
1987 Vuk Karadžić Miloš Pocerac RTS 1
1988 Roman o Londonu RTS 1
1988 Cetrdeset osma - Zavera i izdaja RTS 1
1989 Drugarica ministarka RTS 1
1993 Raj RTS 1
1995 Kraj dinastije Obrenovic RTS 1
1995 Otvorena vrata 3K
1996 Srecni ljudi 2 RTS 1
1997 Mala skola zivota 3K
1997 Groznica subotnje večeri RTS 1
1998 Porodicno blago RTS 1
2001 Porodicno blago 2 RTS 1
2004 Tragom Karadjordja RTS 1
2004 Jelena RTV BK Telecom
2004 Stižu dolari RTS 1
2007 Bela Lađa RTS 1
2008 Gorki plodovi RTS 1
2011 - 2012 Cvat lipe na Balkanu RTS 1

Movies[edit]

Predrag Miletić appeared in the following movies:

Year Film Role Director(s)
1983 Balkan ekspres (International English title: Balkan Express) Nemac (German) Branko Baletić
1983 Karadjordjeva smrt
1988 Kako zasmejati gospodara Anto
1988 Balkan ekspres 2 Nemac (German) Branko Baletić
1990 Sveto mesto Nikita
1999 Morte di una ragazza perbene Doctor
2000 Nebeska udica (International English title: Sky Hook)
2000 Tajna porodicnog blaga
2002 Saht Branko

Commercials[edit]

Predrag Miletić appeared in the following commercials:

Commercials
Cognac No1 (President Scaid)
Dvopek (Swisslion-Takovo)
Nije teško biti fin (RTS)

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