June 30, 1964
Ivan Trojan (born June 30, 1964, Prague, Czechoslovakia) is a Czech actor.
He graduated from the
Faculty of Theatre of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague in 1988 and Realistické divadlo Zdeňka Nejedlého (RDZN) in Prague- Smíchov. In 1992 he moved to Divadlo na Vinohradech (DNV). In 1997 he decided to move to a newly established Dejvické divadlo (DD).
He is son of actor Ladislav Trojan and brother of producer and director
Ondřej Trojan. He is married to actress Klára Pollertová-Trojanová with four sons - František (*1999), Josef (*2001), Antonín (*2009) and Václav (*2012).
At the International TV Festival in Monte Carlo 2013, Ivan Trojan was awarded the prize of Golden Nymph for the Best Actor in a mini-series Burning Bush.
Theatre [ edit ]
Dejvice Theatre [ edit ]
Ivan Trojan in the title role of the play
from left: Martin Myšička, Ivan Trojan, Jiří Bábek, David Novotný
Photo: Hynek Glos
Vinohrady Theatre [ edit ]
Another Stage Works [ edit ]
Selected filmography [ edit ]
(2012) .... Major Jireš Hořící keř 2012 –
In the Shadows 2008 –
(father) The Karamazovs 2007 –
Václav (Václav Vingl) 2007 –
Medvídek (Ivan) 2005 –
Anděl páně (Petronel) 2005 –
(Petr Hanek) Wrong Side Up 2003 –
One Hand Can't Clap (Zdenek), received Czech Lion Award for best actor, also co-writer of the screenplay 2003 –
(Richard) Želary 2002 –
Seducer (Karel) 2002 –
The Brats (Marek Sir (father)), received Czech Lion Award 2000 –
Loners (Ondřej), nominated for Czech Lion Award 2000 –
(Bedřich Jarý) Četnické humoresky
External links [ edit ]