Rene Bitorajac

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René Bitorajac
Born (1972-03-02) 2 March 1972 (age 46)
Zagreb, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia
Occupation Actor
Years active 1981–present
Spouse(s) Ana Bitorajac
Children Gabriel

René Bitorajac (pronounced [reněː bitorǎːjat͡s]; born 2 March 1972) is a Croatian actor. He appeared in a number of Croatian and Bosnian films since the 1980s. Most notably, he starred in the 2001 Academy Award-winning Bosnian film No Man's Land.[1] He is also known for starring in popular Croatian television sitcoms Bitange i princeze (2005–2009) and Naša mala klinika (2007–2008).

In 2009, he won the Golden Arena for Best Actor at the 56th Pula Film Festival for his role in the 2009 film Metastases,[2] in which he portrayed the character of a sociopathic football hooligan named Krpa. He again won the Golden Arena for Best Actor in 2012 for his role of Dr. Babić in the same year's film Cannibal Vegetarian and, still in 2012, he has been awarded as "Best actor" at the Fantastic film festival in Austin, Texas, USA, 2013 Best actor Bruxelles and Paris Mediteraneo film festival (Cannibal Vegetarian).

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