Miloš Biković

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Miloš Biković
Miloš Biković.jpg
Born Miloš Biković
(1988-01-13) 13 January 1988 (age 29)
Belgrade, Serbia
Other names Miša
Alma mater University of Arts in Belgrade
Years active 2004–present

Miloš "Miša" Biković (Serbian Cyrillic: Милош Биковић; born 13 January 1988) is a Serbian actor and model. He is the best known for his performances in the television series White Ship and The Storks Will Return, and his portrayal of Aleksandar "Tirke" Tirnanić in films Montevideo, God Bless You! and See You in Montevideo directed by Dragan Bjelogrlić.

Early life and education[edit]

Biković avoids talking about his personal life.[1][2] His parents divorced when he was very young, after which his father moved to Germany.[3] He has an older brother, Mihailo, who is a monk.[1][4] Biković has since lived with his mother.[5]

Biković was educated at the XIV Gymnasium of Belgrade, and is fluent in Serbian, English and Russian.[6] He is currently at Doctoral studies at the University of Arts in Belgrade.[7][8]

Acting career[edit]

Biković made his acting debut on television, in the popular RTS series The Dollars Are Coming (Serbian Cyrillic: Stižu dolari). He then came to further prominence with the comedy series White Ship (Bela lađa), in which he acted from 2006 to 2011. In 2008, Biković had a supporting role in the B92 drama series The Storks Will Return (Vratiće se rode). He would subsequently appear in two short films, Assignment: Ten Minutes (Zadatak: 10 minuta) in 2009, and Plus in 2010.

In 2010, Biković was cast to portray Serbian footballer Aleksandar "Tirke" Tirnanić in Montevideo, God Bless You! (Montevideo, Bog te video!). Directed by Dragan Bjelogrlić, Montevideo, God Bless You! is a true story of the Yugoslavia national football team qualifying for the 1930 FIFA World Cup. Biković and his cast fellows had to learn to play football for the film.[9] Montevideo, God Bless You! premiered on 20 December 2010, and became the highest-grossing film in Serbia and the region.[10] It was also selected as the Serbian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards.[11] The film brought Biković MTV Adria Movie Award and Niš Film Festival for Best Actor, as well as a FIPRESCI Serbia Award for Best Actor nomination.[12] It also made him a household name in Serbia, and earned him the Hello! Magazine Award for the Personality of the Year in 2011.[13] The television series adapted from Montevideo, God Bless You!, which features some scenes and characters that do not appear in the original film, premiered on the RTS on 13 February 2012.[14]

The following year, Biković had an episode appearance in the television series Mixed Meat (Mešano meso). He also made his stage debut in the Atelje 212 production Goodbye SFRY (Zbogom SFRJ), inspired by Wolfgang Becker's film Good Bye, Lenin!.[15] In 2012, Biković portrayed Serbian scientist Mihajlo Petrović Alas in The Hat of Professor Kosta Vujić (Šešir profesora Koste Vujića), a film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Milovan Vitezović directed by Zdravko Šotra.[16] The film has been both critically acclaimed and commercially successful.[17]

In 2013, Biković starred the RTS series Ravna Gora that takes place in Yugoslavia during the World War II and tells story of the resistance movement Chetniks,[18] the National Theatre production of The Lady of the Camellias,[19] and the German independent short film Great.[20][21] The following year, he starred the sequel to Montevideo, God Bless You!, the box-office hit See You in Montevideo (Montevideo, vidimo se!)[22] and its eponymous spin-off series,[23] and the film and television adaptation of Mir-Jam's novel Single in a Marriage (Samac u braku), titled, respectively, When Love Is Late (Kad ljubav zakasni) and Single in a Marriage.[24][25]

Biković is set to appear in Sunstroke (Russian: Солнечный удар), an upcoming film directed by Nikita Mikhalkov, based on Ivan Bunin's works Sunstroke and Cursed Days.[26][27] It was also confirmed he would appear in the sequel to the Russian film Soulless (Russian: Духless).[28]

Other work[edit]

Biković and his Montevideo, God Bless You! fellows played football for various humanitarian causes, such as the Battle for Babies on 27 September 2011.[29] Along with Vlade Divac, Ana Divac, Nađa Higl and Marchelo, he took part in the Really Important campaign, led by the Vlade & Ana Divac Foundation.[30] Biković also participated in Enter the Theatre! campaign; its task is to popularize theatre among the youth.[31] In November 2012, Biković started Twitter Syndicate, a charity account on Twitter.[32]

Biković and his Montevideo, God Bless You! fellow Tamara Dragičević appeared in the music video for Kiki Lesendrić's single "Slučajno", released in May 2011.[33] In 2014, he starred and directed the music video for Nevena Božović's song "Bal".[34]

In February 2012, Biković and other Serbian celebrities presented the new model of BMW of the BMW 3 Series.[35]

Personal and media life[edit]

Biković is a close friend of his Montevideo, God Bless You! fellow Petar Strugar.[36] Biković cited Zoran Radmilović as his role model,[37] and Fyodor Dostoyevsky as his favourite writer.[38] He has been compared to actors Leonardo DiCaprio, James Dean[39] and Dragan Mićanović[40] for his acting style and his physical appearance.

Filmography[edit]

Title Original Title Year Role Notes
The Dollars Are Coming Stižu dolari 2004 Nebojša Ljutić TV series; 2004–05
White Ship Bela lađa 2006 Filip Pantić TV series; 2006–11
The Storks Will Return Vratiće se rode 2008 Filip TV series
Assignment: 10 Minutes Zadatak: 10 minuta 2009 Milan Short film
Plus Plus 2010 Vuk Short film
Montevideo, God Bless You! Montevideo, Bog te video! 2010 Aleksandar Tirnanić
Mixed Meat Mešano meso 2011 Dosadnjaković TV series; 1 episode
The Hat of Professor Kosta Vujić Šešir profesora Koste Vujića 2012 Mihajlo Petrović Alas
Montevideo, God Bless You! Montevideo, Bog te video! 2012 Aleksandar Tirnanić TV series
On the Road to Montevideo Na putu za Montevideo 2013 Aleksandar Tirnanić TV series
Great N/A 2013 Nikola Radošević Short film
The Hat of Professor Kosta Vujić Šešir profesora Koste Vujića 2012 Mihajlo Petrović Alas TV series
Ravna Gora N/A 2013 2nd Lieutenant Garić TV series
When Love Is Late Kad ljubav zakasni 2014 Radmilo Tomić
See You in Montevideo Montevideo, vidimo se! 2014 Aleksandar Tirnanić
Single in a Marriage Samac u braku 2014 Radmilo Tomić TV series
See You in Montevideo Montevideo, vidimo se! 2014 Aleksandar Tirnanić TV series
Sunstroke Солнечный удар 2014 Baron Nikolay Alexandrovich Gulbe-Levitsky
Without borders Без границ 2015 Gromov movie
We Will Be the World Champions Bićemo prvaci sveta 2015 Radomir Šaper Post production
Soulless 2 Духless 2 2015 Roman Belkin Post production

Stage roles[edit]

Title Original Title Year Role Production
Goodbye SFRY Zbogom SFRJ 2011–12 Mladen Mitić Theatre Atelje 212
N/A Moj sin samo malo sporije hoda 2013–14 Branko Belgrade Drama Theatre
The Lady of the Camellias Dama s kamelijama 2013–present Armand Duvall National Theatre in Belgrade
N/A Kad su cvetale tikve 2014–present Ljuba Sretenović Vrapče Belgrade Drama Theatre

Awards and nominations[edit]

Award Year Category Work Result
FEDIS Television Festival Awards 2012 Best Actor Montevideo, God Bless You! Won[41]
FIPRESCI Serbia Awards 2010 Best Actor Montevideo, God Bless You! Nominated
Hello Magazine Awards 2011 Personality of the Year N/A Won
2012 N/A Won[42]
MTV Adria Movie Awards 2011 Best Actor Montevideo, God Bless You! Won
Niš Film Festival 2011 Best Actor Montevideo, God Bless You! Won
2013 Best On-Screen Couple On the Road to Montevideo Won[43]

References[edit]

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