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Slavko Štimac

Slavko Štimac

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    • October 15th, 1960
Slavko Štimac is a Serbian actor. He graduated from The Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, Serbia.Slavko Štimac made his screen debut in the 1972 film Vuk samotnjak. What followed was a career during which Štimac appeared in many popular and important 1970s and 1980s Yugoslav films where he played child and adolescent characters (including the role of young Russian soldier in Sam Peckinpah's Cross of Iron).His youthful looks later plagued his career, typecasting him into adolescent roles well into his 30s. However, in 2004 he had the leading role in Emir Kusturica's Life Is a Miracle, some years after playing the role of a stutterer in the internationally acclaimed film Underground.


Acting (17 Credits)

2011The Enemy as Vesko
2011Coriolanus as un Lieutenant Volsce
2008The Tour as Slavko Štimac
2004Life Is a Miracle as Luka Đurić
1999Oxygen as Jerome Jerzy
1995Underground as Ivan Dren
1988Braca po materi as Veselin
1987The Misfit Brigade as Sven Hassel
1984The Elusive Summer of '68 as Petar Cvetković
1984Cudo nevidjeno as Brat Kondić I
1981Do You Remember Dolly Bell? as Dino
1980Who's Singin' Over There? as The Groom
1977Special Education as Pera Trta
1977Cross of Iron as Michail
1976Train in the Snow as Ljuban
1976Salas u Malom Ritu as Milan Maljević
1972Vuk samotnjak as Ranko

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