Ivo Gregurević

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Ivo Gregurević
Born (1952-10-07) 7 October 1952 (age 64)
Orašje, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia
Residence Zagreb, Croatia
Other names Ivo Gregurević
Spouse(s) Dubravka Ostojić
Children Marko Gregurević

Ivo Gregurević[pronunciation?] (born 7 October 1952) is a Croatian actor. In more than quarter of century Gregurević usually played rural bullies and arrogant nouveau riche and became one of Croatia's best known and most dependable character actors.

Gregurević graduated from the Drama Academy in Zagreb and has worked in over 90 movies and television programs since the late 1970s; in particular, he acted in almost all of Croatian movies after gaining independence in 1991. He also had few starring roles, best known being in 1991 film Čaruga. Croatian film director Snježana Tribuson has stated that she had intentionally cast Gregurević in almost all of her movies.[1]

Besides movie roles, he made the successful appearances in popular Croatian TV-series, Velo misto, playing the Netijak, and Odmori se, zaslužio si.

He has won two Croatian Actors' Association Awards for Šokica (1998) and Duga mračna noć (2006). In 2005 he was ranked second in the Croatian-based film magazine Hollywood in the "Best Croatian Male Movie Stars of All Time" list.

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1977 Don't Lean Out the Window Filip
1988 My Uncle's Legacy
1991 Story from Croatia Luka
Čaruga Jovo Stanisavljević Čaruga
1993 Countess Dora
1998 The Three Men of Melita Zganjer Jura Golden Arena for Best Supporting Actor
1999 Madonna Rade Golden Arena for Best Actor
When the Dead Start Singing
Marshal Tito's Spirit
Red Dust Kirby
2001 Go, Yellow
The Last Will
Queen of the Night
2002 Fine Dead Girls Golden Arena for Best Actor
2003 Here
2004 Long Dark Night
2005 What Iva Recorded Golden Arena for Best Actor
What Is a Man Without a Moustache?
2006 The Melon Route
2008 The Lika Cinema
2009 The Blacks
2011 Josef
Room 304
2012 Sonja and the Bull
2014 The Reaper


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