Slavko Brankov

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Slavko Brankov
Born (1951-05-19)19 May 1951
Varaždin, Yugoslavia
(present-day Croatia)
Died 8 August 2006(2006-08-08) (aged 55)
Zagreb, Croatia
Occupation Actor
Years active 1975–2006
Spouse(s) ex spouse Marina Nemet

Slavko Brankov (19 May 1951 — 8 August 2006) was a Croatian theatre, television and film actor.


He graduated at the Zagreb Academy of Dramatic Art in 1976. In 1971, he started his acting career in one of Zagreb's most popular theaters, "Gavella". As result of his acting career, in 1992 he was awarded the Vladimir Nazor Award.[citation needed] He was also awarded the Croatian Radio Television Award for playing the character of "Crni Džek" (Black Jack) in Smogovci, a highly popular children's TV series. He also had small roles in Croatian films like Ajmo žuti (Go, Yellow, 2001).

After the end of his marriage to actress Marina Nemet, Brankov indulged in an affair with a young girl, with whom he stayed until his death.[citation needed] Brankov died of a malignant disease that was treated at the Clinic for Lung Diseases in Zagreb.[citation needed]

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