17 September 1962 |
Zagreb, SR Croatia, Yugoslavia
Alma Prica (born 17 September 1962) is a Croatian actress. She graduated from the Zagreb Academy of Drama Arts in 1985 and then joined the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb (HNK Zagreb) in 1986. Although primarily a theatre actress, she also appeared in numerous film and television productions.
Prica received a number of awards throughout her career, including two Golden Arena for Best Actress awards - in 1993 for the portrayal of Dora Pejačević, alongside Rade Šerbedžija, in the biopic Kontesa Dora; and in 2003 for her role in Vinko Brešan's film Witnesses.
- My Uncle's Legacy (Život sa stricem, 1988)
- Countess Dora (Kontesa Dora, 1993)
- The Old Oak Blues (Srce nije u modi, 2000)
- Witnesses (Svjedoci, 2003)
- Halima's Path (Halimin put, 2012)
- Alma Prica at the Internet Movie Database
- Alma Prica biography at the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb official website (Croatian)
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