|Born||13 June 1977|
|Occupation||Actor, TV personality|
Dragoș Bucur (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈdraɡoʃ ˈbukur]; born 13 June 1977) is a Romanian actor, ambassador for the program Youth of the Move involved by the European Commission, and TV presenter for the show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition/Visuri la cheie broadcast on Pro TV.
He holds an acting degree from Caragiale Academy of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography in Bucharest, Romania. He became known through his roles in "Police, Adjective" elogiated by The Washington Post, "The Way Back", or "Boogie", The Guardian notes about Dragoș character : "Dragoș plays Bogdan or "Boogie", a hardworking guy who has been prevailed upon to take his partner Smaranda (Anamaria Marinca) and their child to the seaside." Also he stars in "The Paper Will Be Blue" and many more productions.
Awards and honours
For his acting talent he has received many awards in the recent years. In 2002 and 2009 he won the UCIN award for Best Actor for the films The Rage and Boogie, while in 2009 and 2010 he won the GOPO award for Best Actor again for Boogie and Police, he also received the Actor Award at Buenos Aires Intl. Festival of Independent Film (BAFICI) writes Variety.
He currently resides in Bucharest, Romania, together with his wife, Romanian singer Dana Nălbaru and their daughter Sofia, who was born in 2007. In March 2010, Dragos Bucur, Dorian Boguţă and Alexandru Papadopol founded Actoriedefilm.ro - acting school and production company.
|2001||Stuff and Dough||Vali|
|2003||The Tank||Police Officer|
|2004||My Name Is Modesty||Janos|
|2004||Out of Season||Clown|
|2005||Băieți buni \ Good Guys||Inspector Călin Boboc||TV series aired on Pro TV|
|2005||Crash Test Dummies||Rumäne mit Uhr|
|2005||The Death of Mr. Lazarescu (Romanian: Moartea domnului Lăzărescu) (2005) - Misu||Mișu||An accountant with a quick wit says Washington Post|
|2006||The Paper Will Be Blue||Dragoș|
|2007||After her||Ștefan Robescu|
|2007||Youth Without Youth||Tapster|
|2009||Police, Adjective||Cristi||A seasoned police detective who has just gotten married to Anca (Irina Saulescu) and wants to keep his superiors happy.|
|2010||Toy Story 3||Ken (Romanian Dubbing)||Voice|
|2010||Tuesday, After Christmas||Cristi|
|2010||The Way Back||Zoran||A funny Yugoslav named Zoran (Dragos Bucur) round out the gang according to Time|
|2011||The Godmother||Radu Prodan||Romanian film|
|2011||Even horses are green on walls||PC Instructor||Romanian film|
|2012||Titanic||Peter Lubov||A "police-killer" Peter Lubov who is being sought by the London police according to ABC|
|2014||Ride Along||Marko||Serbian mobster|
|2014||A Gift for You||Sebastian||Post-production|
|2014||The Missing||Martin (Episode 1)||Post-production|
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