Gordan Kičić

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Gordan Kičić
Гордан Кичић
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Kičić in 2005
Born
Gordan Kičić

(1977-08-05) 5 August 1977 (age 45)
NationalitySerbian
EducationFaculty of Dramatic Arts
Alma materUniversity of Arts in Belgrade
OccupationActor, director
Years active1996–present

Gordan Kičić (Serbian Cyrillic: Гордан Кичић; born 5 August 1977) is a Serbian actor, comedian and director.

Acclaimed for both his comedic and dramatic roles, he is prominent for his starring role in the acclaimed television series Balkan Shadows, and for his roles in praised Serbian films War Live (2000), Sky Hook (2000), Mala noćna muzika (2002), Kad porastem biću Kengur (2004), Seven and a Half (2006) and Redemption Street (2012).

He is also known for his supporting role as foolish Rajko in the popular television comedy Otvorena vrata. In November 2019, he made his directorial debut with the successful film Realna priča.[1]

He is a permanent member of the Atelje 212 theatre.[2] In 2010, he won the Zoran Radmilović Award for his performance in the cult theatre's production of Hair.[3]

Career[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Kičić graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade. Prior graduation, Kičić became member of the drama ensemble in Atelje 212, one of the leading theatres in Eastern Europe[4] In 2016, the theater celebrated its 60-years anniversary.[5] where he has appeared in over forty plays. His notable theatre credits in Atelje 212 include Don Juan, Revizor, Amadeus and Spamalot. In 2010, he starred in the theatre's production of Hair, starring alongside Sergej Trifunović, Branislav Trifunović, Ivan Jevtović, Jelena Gavrilović and Katarina Žutić. For his leading role as Berger, Kičić won the Zoran Radmilović Award for his performance in the cult theatre's production of Hair.[3]

He has also prominently worked in productions of JDP[6][7] including Smrt, Samo sivi dani, Coriolanus and Vazda, the latter being a duodrama with Radovan Vujović.

Film and television[edit]

He made his film debut in 1996 as Erceg in the film Do koske. His leading roles in War Live, Mala noćna muzika, Kad porastem biću Kengur, Seven and a Half and Redemption Street are credited with raising Kičić to prominence.[citation needed]

He starred in both film and television series of the innovative format cult classic Lavirint, as Laki. The role garnered him an Apollo Award at the Belgrade Culture Festival nomination.

Opposite Mirjana Karanović and Miloš Samolov, Kičić starred in 2009's Čekaj me, ja sigurno neću doći as the troubled and vulnerable Alek. His role won him the Emperor Constantine Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role. That same year, in the film Posljednja audicijencija Kičić portrayed a young version of notable diplomat and politician Nikola Pašić.

He achieved a leading role in the Jagodići franchise, as Branko Jagodić. He appeared as the role in the television and three films.[8]

In 2019, he starred in the box-office hit Četiri ruže as Žile, appeared in the Sergej Trifunović film Ajvar and made his directorial debut in Realna priča, in which he also starred in.

Radio and animation[edit]

Kičić also worked extensively for radio, recording radio dramas. Among his voice acting credits, Kičić is the official Serbian-language voice dub of Garfield, voicing the character in the television series Garfield and Friends and the films Garfield and Garfield 2. He voices Sheriff Woody in the Serbian Toy Story franchise. He also voiced Michelangelo in the Serbian version of the 2007 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

Kičić was elected on 5-year term as a member of the Assembly of the Crvena zvezda Basketball Club on 27 December 2021.[9][10]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
1996-1999
1996 Do koske Erceg
1997 Land of Truth, Love and Freedom Gogo
1998 Bekstvo Antoan Griščenko
1998 Natalija Marko
1999 Sky Hook Miša
1999 Proputovanje Dejo
2000-2009
2000 Dorćol-Manhattan Riki
2000 Rat uživo Đole
2000 Mehanizam Debeli
2001 Ona voli Zvezdu Srba
2001 Metla bez drške Lepota
2002 Lavirint Laki
2002 Mala noćna muzika Cole
2003 E-Snuff Frula
2004 Poljupci Gizdo
2004 Kad porastem biću kengur Sumpor
2005 Libero Dealer
2005 Potera za sreć(k)om Žile
2006 Sedam i po Srđan
2007 Mile protiv tranzicije]' Gordan
2008 Turneja Lale
2009 Poslednja audijencija Young Nikola Pašić
2009 Čekaj me, ja sigurno neću doći Alek
2009 Ono kao ljubav Fredi
2010-2020
2010 Sva ta ravnica Branko Jagodić
2010 Neke druge priče Milan
2010 Ma nije on takav Inspector Aleksandar Gavrić
2011 Zajedno Gambler
2011 Beli lavovi Gruja
2012 Ustanička ulica Dušan
2014 Jagodići: Oproštajni valcer Branko Jagodić
2015 Tri policajca Luka
2016 Ubice mog oca Lawyer Rončević
2018 Intrigo: Death of an Author Novinar
2019 Ajvar Sergej
2019 Četiri ruže Žile
2019 Realna priča Veljko Radisavljević
2019 Sedra Obren
2020 Apsurdni eksperiment Srki
2020 Nije loše biti čovek Vanja

Television[edit]

Year Title Role
2002 Lavirint Laki
2002 Lisice Damir
2003 Siroti mali hrčki 2010 Student
2003 Kazneni prostor 2 TV host
2004-2007 Lift Gagi
2011-2012 Kako su me ukrali Nemci Blagoje
2012 Jagodići Branko Jagodić
2013 Otvorena vrata Rajko
2017—2018 Vojna akademija Branković
2017—2019 Senke nad Balkanom Alimpije Mirić / Kaluđer
2018 Patuljci sa naslovnih strana Nikola

Voice-over roles[edit]

Dubbing
Year
Title Role
2004 Shark Tale Lenny
Garfield Garfield
2005 Home on the Range Jeb the Goat
2006 Garfield 2 Garfield
2007 Ratatouille Lalo
The Simpsons Movie Krusty the Clown
Shrek the Third Cyclops
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo
Bee Movie Hector
2010 Toy Story Sheriff Woody
Toy Story 2
Toy Story 3
Beauty and the Beast Chef Bouche
2011 Rango Rango
2012 Ice Age: Continental Drift Squint
2019 Toy Story 4 Sheriff Woody

References[edit]

  1. ^ Popadić, A. (4 November 2019). "Ne postoji pravilnik kako voditi svoj život: Gordan Kičić o svom rediteljskom prvencu". novosti.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 25 November 2019.
  2. ^ "Atelje 212 – prekretnica u pozorišnom životu istočne Evrope" (in Serbian). 17 May 2018. Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  3. ^ a b Bajić, E. (4 October 2010). ""Zoran Radmilović" Kičiću i Baćoviću". novosti.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 25 November 2019.
  4. ^ Ćirić, Sonja (3 March 2011). "Pare i muzika". vreme.com (in Serbian). Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  5. ^ Strugar, Vukica (13 November 2016). "Branimir Brstina: Atelje 212 neprskana je jabuka". novosti.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 24 March 2019.
  6. ^ "Veliki jubilej LJUBAVNOG PISMA – dvestota predstava!". atelije212.rs. 28 October 2011.
  7. ^ Stojaković, Svetlana (23 February 2017). "Gordan Kičić: Kako sam morao da zaslužim poverenje Nikole Simića". gloria.rs.
  8. ^ "'Kosa' pred sarajevskom publikom". banjalukanin.com. 29 May 2010.
  9. ^ "Čović još pet godina na čelu Zvezde, najveći saziv Skupštine u istoriji kluba". mozzartsport.com. Retrieved 28 December 2021.
  10. ^ "Čoviću novi mandat, u Skupštini Vučević, Miličić, sportisti, glumci..." b92.net. Retrieved 28 December 2021.

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