Vojislav Brajović

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Vojislav "Voja" Brajović
Војислав "Воја" Брајовић
Vojislav Brajovic.jpg
Vojislav "Voja" Brajović
Minister of Culture
In office
15 May 2007 – 7 July 2008
Preceded byDragan Kojadinović
Succeeded byNebojša Bradić
Advisor of the President of Serbia for Culture
In office
31 July 2008 – 5 April 2012
Personal details
Born
Vojislav Brajović

(1949-05-11) 11 May 1949 (age 69)
Belgrade, FPR Yugoslavia
NationalitySerbian
Spouse(s)Milica Mihajlović
OccupationActor

Vojislav "Voja" Brajović (Serbian Војислав "Воја" Брајовић; born 11 May 1949 in Belgrade) is a prominent Serbian actor.

He graduated from the Belgrade Faculty of Drama Arts in 1971. He has been member of the Yugoslav Drama Theatre since 1969. He has played in over 30 movies and a number of TV series and dramas. He won almost all relevant domestic theatre awards, including three Sterija awards for acting, an annual award of the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad, an annual award of CNP from Podgorica, eight annual awards of the Yugoslav Drama Theatre in Belgrade, etc.

Of all of his roles arguably the best known is Tihi, wisecracking World War II resistance fighter whom he portrayed in cult 1970s TV series Otpisani and Povratak otpisanih.

Political career[edit]

He served as the Minister of Culture in the Government of Serbia[1] in front of Democratic Party between 2007 and 2008. In July 2008, he was appointed to be an advisor on culture to the President Boris Tadić.

Personal[edit]

He is married to actress Milica Mihajlović and they have one child. His son from first marriage is Vukota Brajović, an actor as well.

Vojislav Brajović speaks English.

Filmography[edit]

  • You Carry Me (2015)
  • Vojna akademija (2010)
  • Balkan ekspres 3 (2007)
  • Zona mrtvih (2007)
  • Žena bez tijela (2007)
  • Crni Gruja i kamen mudrosti (2007)
  • "Ljubav, navika, panika" (2006)
  • Lele, bato (2005)
  • Ivkova slava (2005)
  • "Idealne veze" (2005)
  • "Smešne i druge price" (2004)
  • Jesen stiže, dunjo moja (2004)
  • Skela (2004)
  • Izmedju izgubljenog i neodržanog (2004)
  • "M(j)ešoviti brak" (2003)
  • "Kazneni prostor" (2002)
  • Siroti Mali hrčki 2010 (2003)
  • Gajba od 500 Weiferta (2002)
  • "Metla bez drške 5" (2001)
  • Bure baruta (1998)
  • Povratak lopova (1998)
  • Tango je tužna misao koja se plese (1997)
  • Kir Janja (1997)
  • Urnebesna tragedija (1994)
  • "Metla bez drške 4" (1993)
  • Tito and Me (1992)[2]
  • Pohvala svetom knezu Lazaru (1992)
  • Tesna koža 4 (1991)
  • Holivud ili propast (1991)
  • Mala šala (1991) (TV)
  • Glineni golubovi (1991)
  • "Metla bez drške 3" (1991)
  • "Balkan ekspres 2" (1989)
  • Gospodja ministarka (1989)
  • Boj na Kosovu (1989)
  • Balkan ekspres 2 (1988)
  • Tesna koža 3 (1988)
  • Braća po materi (1988)
  • "Bolji život" (1987)
  • "Vuk Karadžić" (1988)
  • Tesna koža 2 (1987)
  • "I to se zove sreća" (1987)
  • Uvek spremne žene (1987)
  • Iznenadna i prerana smrt pukovnika K.K. (1987)
  • Priče sa kraja hodnika (1986)
  • Pokondirena tikva (1986)
  • Rodoljupci (1986)
  • Tajvanska kanasta (1985)
  • Ambassador (1984)
  • Jaguarov skok (1984)
  • Pazi šta radis (1984)
  • Halo taxi (1983)
  • "Kamiondžije 2" (1983)
  • 13. jul (1982)
  • Ukazanje Gospe u selu Grabovica (1982)
  • Moj tata na odredjeno vreme (1982)
  • "Svetozar Marković" (1981)
  • Šesta brzina (1981)
  • "Priče iz radionice" (1981)
  • Sok od šljiva (1981)
  • Stan (1980)
  • Pozorišna veza (1980)
  • Lanci (1979)
  • "Srećna porodica" (1979)
  • Nacionalna klasa (1979)
  • Srećna porodica (1979)
  • Drugarčine (1979)
  • "Povratak otpisanih" (1978)
  • "Više od igre" (1977)
  • Vasa Železnova (1977)
  • "Porobdžije" (1976)
  • Vuci i ovce (1976)
  • Povratak otpisanih (1976)
  • Marija (1976)
  • Koštana (1976)
  • Vojnikova ljubav (1976)
  • Golgota (1975)
  • Pavle Pavlović (1975)
  • Dole sa oružjem (1975)
  • Otpisani (1974)
  • Mister Dolar (1974)
  • Ujez (1974)
  • "Otpisani" (1974)
  • "Pozorište u kući 2" (1974)
  • Čučuk Stana (1972)
  • Buba u uhu (1972)
  • Sokratova odbrana i smrt (1971)
  • Šešir profesora Koste Vujića (1971)
  • "Mirina TV stupica" (1970)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Serbia Banking and Financial Market Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Basic Laws. Int'l Business Publications. 2014. p. 291. ISBN 9781438742960. Retrieved 21 September 2016.
  2. ^ Paietta, Ann C. (2007). Teachers in the Movies: A Filmography of Depictions of Grade School, Preschool and Day Care Educators, 1890s to the Present. McFarland. p. 196. ISBN 9780786429387. Retrieved 21 September 2016.

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Government offices
Preceded by
Dragan Kojadinović
Minister of Culture
2007 – 2008
Succeeded by
Nebojša Bradić