Wednesday, January 28, 2015

RIP Pavle Minčić

RIP Pavle Minčić
 
Blic
1/25/2015
 
The famous actor, satirist, humorist, singer and pianist, died yesterday at the age of 84 in Belgrade.
 
He was born on June 16, 1931 in Belgrade and was a theater actor, but he also tried his hand at film and radio. He attended elementary school, high school and the Academy for theater, film, radio and television in the class of Professor Raše Plaovića.
 
The rich acting career was realized in important roles in the plays "Jaje", "Olovka piše srcem","Tužna je nedelja", "Revizor", "Sponzor noćas mora pasti".. Egg".
 
He was the first actor in Belgrade who played monodrama, Gogol's play "The Diary of a Madman," He had some original shows on television programs such as "Godine prolaze vreme teče". His acting power ruled the scene and won the audience.
 
He retired after 40 years of work at the National Theatre in Belgrade, where he appeared in more than 120 roles. Someone at that time wrote that the National Theatre has a great, small stage and Pavle Minčić.
 
He received many awards ("Radoje Domanović", "Golden Turkey", "Golden Laurel" and others) including plaque "Artists and Performers" and "Golden Chain Award for Lifetime Achievement" for lasting contribution to culture. He was a prominent member of the "OSISANI hedgehog".
 
He will be remembered as a hero of our childhood, a cheerful spirit and dear to the hearts of many generations while playing Paju in the children's series “Na slovo, na slovo”, in “Davitelj protiv Davitelja” played Dr. Dobricu Kopicl, in a series of “Pozorište u kući” was Sonny Boy, and Živorad in the series “Ljubav na seoski način”, and all this in addition to numerous television films in which he played.
 
He was modest, never worked for money and did not get a national pension, while at the same time show performers received spoke: "It's behind me now," he usually rode the trolley.
 
 
MINCIC, Pavle
Born: 6/16/1931, Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia
Died: 1/25/2015, Belgrade, Serbia
 
Pavle Minčić’s western – actor:
The Golden Sling - 1967 (pianist)

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