Predrag Miletic Born 1952

Predrag Miletic born in Niš, Serbia, (Yugoslavia) on September 26, 1952, is a Serbian actor.

Predrag Miletić, (Serbian Cyrillic: Предраг Милетић), born in Niš, Serbia, (Yugoslavia) on September 26, 1952, is a Serbian actor. He finished the Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade in the class of Ognjenka Milićević, professor. He was a full-time member of National Theatre in Niš, since 1972 to 1976, and after that, he entered Faculty of Dramatic Arts (FDU) in Belgrade. His first big role in Belgrade theater was 'La Mama', and lead role of Antoni in Terazije Theatre. Since 1985, Predrag Miletić has been member of the National Theatre in Belgrade, where he has appeared in more than 40 dramas. Also, he has appeared in almost all Serbian series since 1980, and has shot a number of domestic and foreign films. He is the only member of the Serbian National theater who has been employed professionally both in opera and drama department. He was a member of the "Z Teater", run by actor and director Milenko Zablaćanski, along with he participate in the famous Edinburgh International Festival, in the city of Edinburgh, Scotland. He wrote a book about his journey from Beograd to the Serbian monastery Hilandar on Mount Athos in Greece by bicycle with his godfather Oliver Njego, solo-singer from National Theater. Book name is "Biciklom do Hilandara", (English:  By bicycle to Hilandar)

With wife Gordana, he have two sons, Vuk and Tadija.


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