Born in 1963 in Kranj. Already while studying at the Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television, he worked on various theatre projects, among others with the theatre Sester Scipion Nasice and PDG Nova Gorica. He received the Prešeren Award for students. For one season he was a member of PDG Nova Gorica, for two season of SNG Drama Maribor, and since 1991 he has been a member of SLG Celje. I his career as a theatre actor he has created the leading roles in the performances Matiček se ženi, directed by Vinko Möderndorfer in SNG Maribor, Florentinski slamnik, directed by Vito Taufer in SLG Celje, Ukročena trmoglavka, directed by Janusz Kica in SLG Celje, Nemir, directed by Mile Korun in SLG Celje, Limonada Slovenica, directed by Vinko Möderndorfer in SLG Celje, Tartuffe, directed by Mile Korun in SLG Celje, and others. He has also created several original projects: Kosovel, Kaligula and Mali princ (The Little Prince) in Postojna and Guliverjeva potovanja (Gulliver's Travels) in Maribor. He also worked on film projects, among others on Filip Robar Dorrin's Veter v mreži (1989), Internat by Talal Hadi, Zimska romanca by Igor Pediček, the serial France Prešeren by Franci Slak (2000) and starring in the feature film Predmestje (Suburbs). In 1999 he received the ZDUS award for his achievements as an actor.
Born in 1965 in Ljubljana. Graduated from the Academy for Theatre, Radio Film and Television; since 1994 he has worked in PDG Nova Gorica, and in the Prešeren Theatre Kranj since September 2003. His major performances as a theatre actor were in Lancome by the director Tomaž Štrucl in the Glej theatre (1990), Mali princ (The Little Prince) in PDG (1994), Plešasta pevka (The Bald Soprano), directed by Vito Taufer in PDG (1995), Revizor in PDG (1997), Shopping & Fucking by Matjaž Latin in SNG Drama Maribor (2001), Ivona, princesa Burgundije, directed by Vito Taufer in the Prešeren's Theatre Kranj (2003), Push up, directed by Mateja Koležnik in the Prešeren's Theatre Kranj (2003) and others.
His important roles in feature films were in Ko zaprem oči by Franci Slak (1993), Ekspres ekspres by Igor Šterk (1997), Stereotip by Damjan Kozole (1997); he was starring in Striptih by Filip Robar Dorin (1994), Kruh in mleko by Jan Cvitkovič (2001), and Rezervni deli by Damjan Kozole (2003); he worked on the television serials TV Dober dan by Vojko Anzeljc (1999-2002), Vrtičkarji by Jure Pervanje (1999-2002) and others.
For his role of Ivan in the feature film Kruh in mleko he received the Actor of the Year Award by the Stop magazine at the 4th Slovenian Film Festival in Portorož and the Best Actor Awards at the film festivals in Bratislava (2001) and Valencia (2002). At the 6th Slovenian Film Festival in Celje he received the Vesna Award for best actor for his role in the feature film Rezervni deli and the Actor of the Year 2003 Award by the Stop magazine.
Born in 1968 in Ljubljana. One of the best actors in SNG Drama Ljubljana, where he has been working since 1991. He created a large number of roles, among others in the performances Hamlet (1994), Tri sestre (Three Sisters) (1995), ART (1997), Baal (1998), Češnjev vrt (Cherry Orchard) (1998), Idiot (1999), Čakajoč Godota (Waiting for Godot) (1999), Othello (2000), Opera za tri groše (The Threepenny Opera) (2001), Krst pri Savici (2003), Iskanje izgubljenega časa (Time Regained) (2004), Kralj Ojdipus (Oedipus the King) (2003) and many others. He performed in a number of roles in television films and serials, among others in the sitcom Teater Paradižnik and TV serial Vrtičkarji. Performed in the feature films Mokuš by Andrej Mlakar (2000), Sladke sanje by Sašo Podgoršek (2001), Blues za Saro by Boris Jurjaševič (1998), and starred in Zvenenje v glavi by Andrej Košak (2002) and Dergi in Roza v kraljestvu svizca by Boris Jurjaševič (2004). In his prolific artistic career he received a large number of awards, among them the Sever Award for Drama Students (1992), the Prešeren Award for Students for his role in the performance Striček Vanja (Uncle Vanja) (1993), the Borštnik Award for young actors (1994), the Borštnik Award for his title role in Hamlet (1995), the Sever Award for his roles in the performances Hamlet, Grmače, Arkadija and Hlapci (1996), the Stop magazine award for his role in the feature film Blues za Saro at the Slovenian Film Festival in Portorož (1999), the Borštnik Award for his role of Baal in Baal (1999), the Borštnik Audience Award for the same role, the Golden Laurel Wreath at MES Sarajevo for best role (Baal, 1999), the Viktor Award for best TV role in Vrtičkarji (2000), the Borštnik Award for his roles in Ljudomrznik (Misanthrope) (2000) and Čakajoč Godota (Waiting for Godot) (2000), the Golden Laurel Wreath for his role in Ljudomrznik (2000), and the Stop magazine actor of the year 2002 award for his role of Keber in feature film Zvenenje v glavi at the 5th Slovenian Film Festival.
Born in 1947 in Ljubljana. From 1972 to 1980 he performed in SMG Ljubljana, and from 1985 he is a member of MGL Ljubljana. In a career spanning more than thirty years he created a number of roles in the field of theatre and film arts. Worked on the films Let mrtve ptice by the director Živojin Pavlović (1973), Čudoviti prah by the director Milan Ljubič (1975), Pustota by Jože Gale (1982), Dih by Božo Šprajc (1983), Ljubezen by Rajko Ranfl (1984), Veselo gostivanje by France Štiglic (1984) and others. Also worked on the TV serial Dražgoška bitka, and he also frequently performed for children. He appeared in the film Mladost na stopnicah, in TV serials Kosovirji na leteči žlici, Igrajmo se gledališče and others. For his achievements as an artist he received the Borštnik Diploma in 1971, the Prešeren Award for Students in 1972, the Borštnik Audience Award in 1973 and the Borštnik Award for Groups for the Best Performance; In 1975 he received the Actor of the Year Award for his role in the film Čudoviti prah by the director Milan Ljubič at the Slovenian Film Festival in Celje; in the same year he received the diploma for the best debut at the Yugoslav Film Festival in Pulj.
Born in 1974. Since 1997 he has been a member of SNG Drama Maribor, performed in PDG Nova Gorica (one season) and in some performances in MGL Ljubljana and Ptuj theatre. Worked on the theatre performances Ta veseli dan ali Matiček se ženi (directed by Matjaž Latin in 2003), Um (directed by Dušan Jovanović in 2003), Sluga dveh gospodarjev (directed by Vinko Möderndorfer in 2003) and many others. Performed in the films Outsider by Andrej Košak (1996), Ljubljana by Igor Šterk (2001) and Izgubljene besede by Gregor Vesel (1996). He received the Prešeren Award of the Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television in 1998 and the Veljka Maričic Award for the best supporting role and the best young actor award at the International Small Scenes Theatre Festival Rijeka in the year 2000.
Graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana. Works on the restoration of the oldest frescoes in Slovenia and on costumes and set design. Performed in the diploma film Figurae Veneris by Siena Krušič and in the feature Zvenenje v glavi by the director Andrej Košak.
Worked as the costumes and set designer on the student film Vlažnost 81 % by Matjaž Ivanišin and as the costumes designer and supporting actress in Miha Mlakar's diploma film Elekrtoorson. Currently she is working as assistant costumes designer on Angelina Atlagić's performance Metamorfoze (SLG Celje) by the director Vinko Möderndorfer.
Member of SNG Drama Maribor. During her artistic career she worked on numerous theatre performances, particularly with the directors Tomaž Pandur in the performances Faust (1989), La Divina Commedia (1992) andBabylon (1995), Paolo Magelli in Vojček (1990) and Don Juan (1991), Vinko Möderndorfer in Zalezujoč Godota (1999), Damir Zlatar Frey in Dogodek v mestu Gogi (1991) and Filio ni doma (1999) and many others. She also performed in the TV drama Kriza, directed by Jože Babič, in the television Strici so mi povedali by France Štiglic (1984), and in the co-production TV serial Die Sonne Entgegen.
Born in 1957 in Ljubljana. A member of SNG Drama Ljubljana, where she created a large number of roles, among others in the performances Volčji čas ljubezni (1988), Marija Stuart (1988), Zločin in kazen (Crime and Punishment) (1990), Antigona (Antigone) (1992), Grmače (1994), Arkadija (Arcadia) (1994), Hlapci (1995), Tri sestre (Three Sisters) (1995), Ifigenija (1998), Vita & Virginia (1999), Lepotna kraljica Leanna (The Beauty Queen of Leenane) (1999), Opera za tri groše (The Threepenny Opera) (2001), Krst pri Savici (2003), Iskanje izgubljenega časa (Time Regained) (2004) and many others. She performed in the films Ljubezen nam je vsem v pogubo by Jože Gale (1987) and Slepa pega by Hanna A. W. Slak (2002). For her artistic achievements she received the Sever Award for students (1979), the Borštnik Award for young actors (1980), the Prešeren Award for students (1980), the Sever Award for her roles in the performances Veliki briljantni valček, Kalevala, Punce in pol and Antigona (Antigone) (1986), the Steri Award for her role in the performance Dogodek v mestu Gogi (1987), and became the actress of the year at the Slovenian Film Week in Celje (1987) for her role in the film Ljubezen nam je vsem pogubo; she also received the award of the Prešeren's fund (1988) and the Župančič Award for her roles in the performances Arkadija (Arcadia) and Tri sestre (Three Sisters) (1996).
Member of SMG Ljubljana. Most important theatre roles: Štorklja in Ujetniki svobode, directed by Janez Pipan (1982), Pia in Zločinu na kozjem otoku, directed by Paolo Magelli (1987), Osliček Sivček in Medved Pu (Winnie the Pooh) by Janez Pipan (1987), Susn 4 in Susn, directed by Edvard Miler (1993), Irina Nikolajevna Arkadina in Utva, directed by Tomi Janežič (1999), Ophelia in Hamlet, directed by Daria Varga (2001). She also performed in the TV play Hiša Marije Pomočnice, in the Tri sestre (Three Sisters) video and the feature films Carmen by Metod Pevec (1995), Sladke sanje by the director Sašo Podgoršek (2001) and Slepa pega by Hanna A. W. Slak (2002).
Born in 1976 in Ljubljana. In 1998, during her studies at the Academy for Theatre, Radio, Film and Television, she joined the Betontanc physical theatre, managed by the director Matjaž Pograjc, where she worked on the performances Skrivni seznam sončnih dni (1999) and Polnočni rabljev let (2000), for which she received the award for the best role in the year 2000 based on the choice of the Delo newspaper critics, and Soba srečanj (2002). With the Betontanc theatre she performed in numerous guest appearances all over Europe and USA. In the year 2000 she joined the Sebastijan Horvat's experimental theatre and appeared in the performances SS Sharpen Your Senses (2000), Nevarno razmerje (2001), and Zgodba o »O« (2003). Worked in the dance performances - Močvirje (Teropšič), Paradox (Završan), Ukradena pesem (Potočan), Sle:di (Ana Stegnar); in the Projekt 5 international theatre (Nick Upper, Dino Mustafić), Cleansed (Ivan Taljančić, 2003), Collect-if (Canto Vila, Cvejić, Hrvatin, Dehaes, Eynaudi, Hrvatin, Murggi, Stegnar; 2003), and in the SMG performance Preganjanje in umor Jeana-Paula Marata (Matjaž Pograjc). Starred in the feature film Barabe by the director Miran Zupanič (2001), and performed in the short film Figurae veneris by Siena Krušič (2001).
Born in 1963 in Ljubljana. Starred and co-starred in several Slovenian feature films - Carmen by the director Metod Pevec (1996), Stereotip (1997), Porno film (2000) and Rezervni deli (2003) by the director Damjan Kozole, Outsider (1997) and Zvenenje v glavi (2002) by the director Andrej Košak, Poker by Vinci Vogue Anžlovar (2000), Oda Prešernu by Martin Srebotnjak (2001), and Nikogaršnja zemlja by Danis Tanović (2001). At the 3rd Slovenian Film Festival in Portorož, 2002, he received the Stop magazine Award for the most promising actor of the year for his role of John in Porno film.
He also performs in theatre and in television commercials.