Branislav Trifunović

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Branislav Trifunović
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Born
Branislav Trifunović

(1978-01-16) 16 January 1978 (age 43)
Other namesBane Trifunović
OccupationActor
Years active1995–present

Branislav "Bane" Trifunović (Serbian Cyrillic: Бранислав "Бане" Трифуновић; born 16 January 1978), is a Serbian actor and film producer.

Trifunović made numerous award-winning appearances in films, including Goose Feather, A View from Eiffel Tower, Wait for Me and I Will Not Come, Here and There and Monument to Michael Jackson.[1] He is also known for his active and prolific career on stage.[2]

He voiced Boog in the Serbian dub of Open Season franchise.[3]

Personal life[edit]

Trifunović was born to Tomislav, an actor, and Slobodanka, a lawyer. His elder brother, Sergej (born 1972), is also an actor. In 2007, he stated that it had taken a lot of effort to stop being referred as "Sergej Trifunović's younger brother".[4][5] He is a FK Red Star supporter.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Original Title Role Notes
2000 Dragan and Madlaina Dragan i Madlaina Dragan (TV Film)
2004 Goose Feather Jesen stiže, dunjo moja Sava Lađarski
2005 A View from Eiffel Tower Pogled sa Ajfelovog tornja Vanja
2006 Seven and a Half Sedam i po Keboja (Also producer)
Don't Turn from the Path Ne skreći sa staze Serbian Santa Claus (TV Film)
2007 Jar Full of Air Tegla puna vazduha Svetozar (TV Film)
Goose Feather Jesen stiže, dunjo moja Sava Lađarski (TV Series) Adaptation of the film
2009 Here and There Tamo i ovde Branko
Wait for Me and I Will Not Come Čekaj me, ja sigurno neću doći Nemanja
2010 That Thing Like Love Ono kao ljubav Himself (TV Series) Episode Role
2012 Loveless Zoritsa Crna Zorica Mane
2015 Monument to Michael Jackson

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2004 Niš National Film Festival Best Achievement in Acting Goose Feather Won[7]
Actor of the Festival Won[7]
Novi Sad International Film Festival Best Young Actor Won[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
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  3. ^ [3]
  4. ^ "Branislav Trifunović: 'Sve bih žrtvovao za pravu ljubav'", novosti.rs; accessed 4 November 2016.
  5. ^ Balkanmedia.com: Branislav Trifunović — Stopama starijeg brata, balkanmedia.com; accessed 4 November 2016.
  6. ^ FK Red Star: Branislav Trifunović uz Zvezdu, crvenazvezdafk.com, 13 August 2009.
  7. ^ a b c Branislav Trifunović at the Atelje 212 official website

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