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Danica Curcic

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Danica Curcic
Даница Ћурчић
Curcic in 2016
Danica Ćurčić

Years active1993–present

Danica Curcic (Serbian Cyrillic: Даница Ћурчић, Serbian: Danica Ćurčić) is a Serbian-Danish actress.



Curcic was born in Belgrade. At the age of one, she moved to Copenhagen with her family where her father worked at the Yugoslavian embassy.[1] Danica Curcic attended Sankt Annæ Gymnasium before obtaining a bachelor's degree in film and media studies from the University of Copenhagen. She then spent a year in California where she took acting classes at the Dell'Arte International School of Physical Theatre before enrolling at the Danish National School of Performing Arts, graduating in 2012.[2]



Curcic had her feature film debut in Over kanten in 2012. In 2014, she received a Shooting Star Award at the Berlin International Film Festival in 2014.[1] In 2015, she received a Danish Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress for her role in Bille August's Silent Heart.[3][4]




Year Title Role Notes
2011 Mike Hunt Woman
2012 Fængsel Sofie
Over kanten Veronika
2013 Oasen Laura
2014 On the Edge Signe
All Inclusive Ditte
The Absent One Kimmie Nominated—Bodil Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Silent Heart Sanne Bodil Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
2015 Long Story Short Maya
The Gold Coast Caroline
2016 Across the Water Miriam
2017 Darling Darling
2019 Out Stealing Horses
2021 Murina Nela
2021 The Bombardment Rigmor's Mother
2022 Mrak Vukica


Year Title Role Notes
2011 Those Who Kill Magretha 1 episode
2015 Wallander Corina 1 episode
2013 The Bridge Beate Frelle 5 episodes
2016 Nobel Adella Hanefi 8 episodes
2017 The Mist Mia Lambert 10 episodes
2018 Warrior (Kriger) Louise 6 episodes
2020 Equinox Astrid 6 episodes
2021 The Chestnut Man Naia Thulin 6 episodes


  1. ^ a b "ErDansk skuespils nye shooting star". Berlingske (in Danish). 12 January 2014. Retrieved 4 March 2015.
  2. ^ "Danica Curcic". Det Danske Filminstitut (in Danish). Retrieved 4 March 2015.
  3. ^ Kim Kastrup (28 February 2015). "Bodilprisen 2015: Og vinderne er..." (in Danish). Ekstra Bladet. Retrieved 1 March 2015.
  4. ^ Nanna Jakobsgaard (28 February 2015). "Bodil-regn over "Stille hjerte"". www.bt.dk (in Danish). Retrieved 1 March 2015.