Actor, Film actor
1939 – 2006
Who was Zoran Bečić?
Zoran Bečić was one of the most prominent artists of the Bosnian theatrical community in the 20th century.
One of the founding actors of Sarajevo War Theatre, he studied acting under the famous Belgrade Academy of Dramatic Arts' Professor Mate Milošević, graduating with the 1966 class. Bečić's professional acting career began in Dubrovnik, but after two years, he joined Sarajevo's Malo pozorište, the predecessor of today's Kamerni teatar 55. He made his debut in the unforgettable performance in Radoslav Dorić's Noć ubica.
Following several notable roles, in 1971 he decides to try his luck in Belgrade, but returns to Sarajevo's National Theatre, two years later. For the next two decades, he continues his collaboration with Kamerni teatar 55, earning three Zlatni lovorov vijenac Awards at the international theatre festival MESS. The last one, in 2004, was given to him for Life Achievement and Contribution to Performing Arts.
During the 1991-1995 Sarajevo siege, Bečić participates in the first theatrical project that was to jump-start Sarajevo's war production scene, the famous Sklonište, and directs another - Memoari Mine Hauzen.
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- Apr 2, 1939
- Also known as
- Zoran Becic
- Mar 29, 2006
on July 23, 2013
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