GORAN DANIČIĆ DIES (14th December, 1962 – 10th February, 2021)READ MORE
Actor Goran Daničić died yesterday in Belgrade. Following his family’s wishes, Daničić was buried today at noon with only the closest family members attending.
Graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Art in Belgrade, in 1990 under the mentorship of prof. Milenko Maričić as the best student that year. Member of the Yugoslav Drama Theatre ensemble since 1993.
Appeared in the Yugoslav Drama Theatre productions of Dom Juan (Pierrot), Nora! (Head of HR), Othello (Duke of Venice), The Merchant of Venice (Prince of Morocco, Prince of Aragon), Shopping & Fucking (Brian), The Powder Keg (Topuz), Stuffed Courgettes (Assassin), Troilus and Cressida (Ajax), Cabinet Minister’s Wife (Honorary Consul of Nicaragua), The Pavillions (First Thief), The Cherry Orchard (Trofimov), Lulu (Rodrigo), Dead Souls (Nozdryov), The Last Days of Mankind (Major), The Merchants (Pasquinio), Cousins from the Good Old Days (Đuro), Fake Emperor Šćepan Mali (Duke Drago), The Italian Straw Hat (Bobin), Merry Wives of Windsor (Bardolph), The Robbers (Razmann), Café au Lait (Deli Jova), People’s Deputy (Ivković), Suspicious Person (Josa)…
Also appeared in productions at other theatres in Belgrade: Oxymoron (Kult theatre), Rebecca, Frida Kahlo (Madlenianum theatre), Glengarry Glen Ross, Class Enemy (BDT); Golje (The Terazije Theatre), Hinkemann (Bitef Theatre), Hitler and Hitler (Atelje 212).
Appeared in a number of notable roles on film: Delirium Tremens, Ivko’s Feast, When I Grow Up, I’ll Be a Kangaroo, Sky Hook, The Cordon, Little Night Music, Born to Be a Warrior, Vukovar Poste Restante, In the Middle of Nowhere, We Are Not Angels, A Small World, Falling in the Paradise, Meeting Place, The Forgotten Ones, Say Why Have You Left Me, Loving Glances… His roles in TV productions include: The Clan, The Lorry Drivers, Santa Maria della Salute, Comrade Black in WWII, Selo gori, a baba se češlja, Her Mother’s Sin, Košarkaši, Black Gruja, Foxes, Open Doors, Happy People, The Forgotten Ones…
Recipient of two Yugoslav Drama Theatre Annual Awards (2017, 1995) and Dr Branivoj Đorđević award for diction.