Zoran Becic Net Worth

Zoran Becic Net Worth is
$11 Million

Zoran Becic Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Zoran Bečić (April 2, 1939 – March 29, 2006) 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 (Little Theatre), the predecessor of today's Kamerni teatar 55 (Chamber Theatre 55). He made his debut in the unforgettable performance in Radoslav Dorić's Noć ubica (The night of murderers).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 (Golden Wreath of Laurel) 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 (The Shelter), and directs another - Memoari Mine Hauzen (The Memoirs of Mina Hauzen).Asked about his decision to stay in Sarajevo during the war, he said: "Many have asked me if I, a Serb from Čačak, ever regretted staying in Sarajevo for the duration of the war. Never. God forbid that it ever happens again, but I would do it all over again. With all the sadness, tragedy and horror that this city had been through, there was equally as much warmth, love, understanding and tender words."Bečić's film and TV credits include appearances in TV series Viza za buducnost (2002), and Aleksa Santic (1990).In March 2006, he made his first and last appearance alongside his daughter, actress Zorana Bečić, in Safet Plakalo's Lutkino bespuće (A Doll's Wasteland). He died two weeks later on the eve of the premiere of Rodoljupci at Sarajevo's National Theatre, where he was the Director of Drama. Bečić was farewelled at Sarajevo's Lav cemetery on the day he was to take to the stage in the role of Zhitov.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthApril 2, 1939, Čačak, Serbia
DiedMarch 29, 2006, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Place Of BirthCacak, Serbia, Yugoslavia
ChildrenZorana Bećić
MoviesThe Dream
Star SignAries
1Father of Zorana Becic.
2Ex son-in-law of actor Dragoslav Popovic.


Viza za buducnost2002-2007TV SeriesOskar Prohaska
Viza za buducnost: Novogodisnji special2003TV MovieProhaska
Viza za buducnost: Novogodisnji special2002TV MovieOskar Prohaska
Borac2001TV Movie
Nepitani1999TV Movie
Rusko primirje1994TV Movie
Aleksa Santic1992TV Series
Zamka za ptice1991TV MovieAbel
Moj brat Aleksa1991
Gluvi barut1990Seljak IV
Zagubljen govor1988TV Series
Misija majora Atertona1986TV SeriesDjeneral
Price iz fabrike1985TV SeriesReporter
Nije covjek ko ne umre1984TV Movie
Dani AVNOJ-a1983TV Mini-Series
Noc strijepnje1982TV Movie
Koze1982TV Series
Ratni hljebovi1981TV Movie
Zajedno1981TV Movie
Husinska buna1980TV Movie
Na sarenom cilimu1977TV Movie
Mene mladu za stara1977TV Movie
Odluka1976TV Movie
Nervcik1976TV Movie
Mula Mustafa Baseskija1974TV Movie
Valter brani Sarajevo1974TV SeriesAgent gestapoa, lazni kurir
Nase priredbe1973TV SeriesMarko Bauer
Ratnicki talenat1972TV MoviePomocnik rezisera
Valter brani Sarajevo1972Agent Gestapoa - lazni kurir
Bog Kurt1971TV Movie
Karadjoz1971TV SeriesCelebija
Neka daleka svjetlost1969Slavko (as Z. Becic)
Isten és ember elött1968Dmitrisz
Adam i Eva 661966Short
Kod sudije za prekrsaje1966TV Series

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