Nebojša Glogovac

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Nebojša Glogovac
Небојша Глоговац
Glumac Nebojša Glogovac.jpg
Born(1969-08-30)30 August 1969
Died9 February 2018(2018-02-09) (aged 48)
Belgrade, Serbia
NationalitySerbian
EducationFaculty of Dramatic Arts
OccupationActor, film producer
Years active1987–2018
Spouse(s)
Mina Glogovac
(m. 1996; div. 2014)
Partner(s)Milica Šćepanović (2016–2018)
Children3

Nebojša "Glogi" Glogovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Небојша Глоговац; 30 August 1969 – 9 February 2018) was a Serbian actor. Glogovac has widely been called one of the greatest Serbian actors of all time.[1][2] He was proclaimed a "protagonist of the Ex-Yugoslav acting quatrefoil"[3] alongside Ozren Grabarić from Zagreb, Jernej Šugman from Ljubljana and Nikola Ristanovski from Skopje.[4][5]

Known for both his dramatic and comedic roles, he starred in high-profile cult films, including Premeditated Murder (1995), Munje! (2001), T.T. Syndrome (2002), When I Grow Up, I'll Be a Kangaroo (2004), Enclave (2015), The Constitution (2016) and South Wind (2018). He also performed prominently in theatre, including the title role in Hamlet in the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb.

During his critically and commercially successful three decade long career, he won a Golden Arena for Best Actor, a Miloš Žutić Award, a Zoran Radmilović Award and a Ring of Dobrica.

Death[edit]

Glogovac on a 2019 stamp of Serbia

After a short but severe battle with lung cancer, Glogovac died at the age of 48, on 9 February 2018, in Belgrade's Institute for Oncology and Radiology of Serbia.[6] He is survived by his second wife and three children.[6]

Filmography[edit]

  1. Bolji život (1987) TV Series
  2. Raj (1993) (TV) ... a.k.a. Heaven (International: English title)
  3. Vukovar poste restante (1994) .... Fadil ... a.k.a. Vukovar
  4. Ubistvo s predumišljajem (1995) .... Bogdan Bilogorac ... a.k.a. Premeditated Murder (USA)
  5. Do koske (1996) .... Simke ... a.k.a. Rage
  6. Pokondirena tikva (1997) (TV) .... Jovan
  7. "Porodično blago" (1998) TV Series .... Zlatko Gavrilović
  8. Savior (1998) .... Vera's Brother
  9. Bure baruta (1999) .... The Chain-Smoking Taxi Driver ... a.k.a. Baril de poudre (France) ... a.k.a. Cabaret Balkan (United States) ... a.k.a. The Powder Keg
  10. Ranjena zemlja (1999)
  11. Nebeska udica (1999) .... Kaja ... a.k.a. Sky Hook (International: English title)
  12. Hotel Belgrad (1999)
  13. Normalni ljudi (2001) .... Toma
  14. Munje! (2001) .... Pandur ... a.k.a. Dudes (International: English title: festival title) ... a.k.a. Thunderbirds (International: English title: festival title)
  15. Boomerang (2001) .... Miki... Olgin suprug
  16. "Porodično blago 2" (2001) TV Series .... Zlatko Gavrilović
  17. T.T. Sindrom (2002) .... Vaki ... a.k.a. T.T. Syndrome (Europe: English title)
  18. Država mrtvih (2002) .... Gorazd Kranjc ... a.k.a. Janez
  19. "Lift" (2004) TV Series .... Prvoslav Gajin, oficir
  20. Kad porastem biću Kengur (2004) .... Žika Živac, taksista
  21. "Košarkaši" (2005) TV Series .... Zare
  22. Poroka (2005) .... Tasta
  23. Tomorrow Morning (2006)
  24. The Optimists (2006)
  25. Klopka (2007)
  26. Hadersfild (2007) ... a.k.a. Huddersfield ... Ivan, the neighbour
  27. Technotise: Edit & I (2009) – voice only
  28. Kenjac (2009)
  29. 72 Days (2010)
  30. Circles (2013)
  31. The Boys from Marx and Engels Street (2014)
  32. Enklava (2015) ... Vojislav Arsić
  33. The Constitution (2016)
  34. Nemanjići — rađanje kraljevine (2017) ... Vukan Nemanjić
  35. South Wind (2018) ... Golub

References[edit]

  1. ^ “Glogovac je pročitao scenario za noć” – pogledajte “Sjene” Podeli: KULTURA Autor: Miona Kovačević
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ Ozren Grabarić: U kazališnim institucijama vlada kaos
  4. ^ "Foto: Vloge, v katerih bo Jernej Šugman živel večno: Prvi interaktivni multimedijski portal, MMC RTV Slovenija". Rtvslo.si. 20 January 2015. Retrieved 14 December 2017.
  5. ^ [2]
  6. ^ a b "Preminuo Nebojša Glogovac". novosti.rs (in Serbian). 9 February 2018. Retrieved 9 February 2018.

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Awards
Preceded by
Milan Gutović
Serbian Oscar Of Popularity
The Male Actor of the Year

2010
Succeeded by
TBD