Taško Načić

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Taško Načić
Ташко Начић
Tasko Nacic.jpg
Taško Načić in Davitelj protiv davitelja
Born (1934-04-07)April 7, 1934
Kruševac, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
Died March 27, 1993(1993-03-27) (aged 58)
Belgrade, FR Yugoslavia
Years active 1954 - 1993

Taško Načić (Serbian Cyrillic: Ташко Начић; 7 April 1934, Kruševac, Serbia - 27 March 1993, Belgrade) was a popular Serbian actor.

He studied acting at The Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, where he graduated in 1956. In 1954 he became a member of National Theatre in Belgrade, where he acted in plays Stanoje Glavaš and Gospođa Ministarka. Soon after that he went to theater Boško Buha and then to the just-founded Atelje 212 where he remained until his death. He acted in numerous plays such as: Arsenik i stare čipke (Arsenic and Old Lace), Kartoteka, Kralj Ibi (King Ubu), Viktor ili Deca na vlasti (Victor, or Power to the Children), Kafanica, sudnica, ludnica, Kape dole, Galeb (The Seagull), Mark i šuma gusta, Rado ide Srbin u vojnike, Maratonci trče počasni krug, Purpurno ostrvo, Radovan III, Čudo u Šarganu, Ne pucaj, bre (monodrama), Ožalošćena porodica, Mat'rijalisti, Propast carstva srpskoga, Veliko i malo, Čaplja, Karijera, Pariska komuna, Svećar. He acted in 62 theater plays.

In movies, he first appeared in Vojislav Nanović's movie Bolje je Umeti in 1960, and after that in Bokseri idu u raj, Bubašinter, Majstor i Margarita, Kičma, Ko to tamo peva (Who's That Singing Over There), Halo, taksi!, Davitelj protiv davitelja, Maturanti, Sulude godine, Tajna manastirske rakije, Tesna koža 4 and Juriš na skupštinu. He acted in 26 movies. He also played in numerous TV series and TV movies, such as Diplomci and Bolji život.

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