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Josip Zovko
Tom Stoppard ROSENKRANTZ I GUILDENSTERN SU MRTVI (Hamlet), 2006..jpg
Josip Zovko at HNK Split in 2006.
Native name
Josip Zovko
Born(1970-06-04)4 June 1970
Died3 April 2019(2019-04-03) (aged 48)
CitizenshipCroatian
Alma materAcademy of Dramatic Art
OccupationActor
Years active1993–2019

Josip Zovko (4 June 1970 – 3 April 2019) was a Croatian film, television and theatrical actor and director.[1] He was originally from the Berinovac, Lokvičići municipality in the Imotska Krajina.[2] He was primarily known for playing the role of “Joze” in the TV series "Naši i vaši” (Ours and Yours) and the character “Mate” in the movie "Da mi je biti morski pas" (If I could be a shark).[3][4]

Biography and studies

Zovko was born on June 4, 1970 in Split. He graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb and in 1993 he became a member of the Croatian National Theater ensemble in Split, also known as HNK Split, where he played many roles.[5][6] At the Theater of Split he was a student of Mustafa Nadarević with whom Zovko had been on the stage many times.[7]

Early career

Josip Zovko in a theatre performance of William Shakespeare Timon Atenjanin as painter, 2013
Josip Zovko in a theatre performance of William Shakespeare Timon Atenjanin as painter, 2013

Zovko's first television appearance was in 1997 when he appeared in the theater play "Mali libar Marka Uvodića Splićanina". He later played the character “Mate” in the movie "Da mi je biti morski pas" (If I could be a shark) in 1999.[8] Zovko won several awards at the 46th Pula Film Festival.[9][10]

Starting in 2001, Zovko had one of the main roles in the movie "Ante se vraća kući" (Ante is Returning home). He played the character “Kole”, a student from Dalmatia. In the movie "Holding" he played a smaller role as a little brother. In the same year he played a waiter on a cruise ship in the movie "Posljedna Volja" (The Last Will), with fellow Croatian actor Goran Višnjić.[11][12]

Zovko played the character “Jozo” in the Croatian TV series “Naši i vaši“ (Ours and Yours) (2000-2002) along with the actor Vedran Mlikota. In this series both actors played men from “Hercegovina” who came to Zagreb. The story goes that both were under the impression that college would be easy since they knew the professor, but it turned out that they actually had to study hard to finish college. Josip Zovko also appeared in the movie “Sorry for Kung Fu“ as „Ćaćo“ in 2004. In the TV movie "Trešet" from the year 2006 Josip acted as a cop named "Prekrasni Um" (Beautiful Mind). Domestic people had the desire to corrupt him and lure him to their side because they saw a benefit for themselves. In the movie "Najvećoj pogrešci Alberta Einsteina (The Biggest Mistake of Albert Einstein), Josip acted as a stranger. In 2008, Josip Zovko opened the role in “Bitange i Princeze“. [13] In 2009 he appeared as "Roko" in the movie “Vjerujem u anđele“ (I believe in Angels), where Oliver Dragojević[14] also participated. In 2011 Josip played a Yugoslav Partisan in the movie “Bella Biondina”.

In the music video of the singer Miroslav Škoro (2003) “Tamo gdje je dom“ (There Where the House Is) Zovko played a knight who is fighting for his homeland.[15]

Josip Zovko in a theatre performance of Simon Bent Elling as Frank Ashley, 2010
Josip Zovko in a theatre performance of Simon Bent Elling as Frank Ashley, 2010

Filmography

Film

Television

Music videos

Theatre HNK Split

  • Eugène Ionesco Nosorog as Drugi građanin, Vatrogasac, Prvi čovjek, zbor), 2017
  • William Shakespeare Mletački trgovac as Tubal, 2016
  • Ante Tomić Čudo u poskokovoj dragi as Don Stipe, 2014
  • Jean – Baptiste Poquelin Molière Učene žene as Bilježnik, 2014
  • Bertolt Brecht Majka courage i njezina djeca as Vrbovnik, drugi narednik, 2013
  • William Shakespeare Timon Atenjanin as Slikar, 2013
  • Dino Pešut Pritisci moje generacije as Muškarac, 2013
  • Milan Begović Amerikanska jahta u splitkskoj luci as Lee Prentice, 2013
  • William Shakespeare Romeo i Julija as Escalo, 2012
  • Ivo Brešan Svečana večera u pogrebnom poduzeću Grobar Fiki, as Bosanac, 2011 *Euripides Hekuba as Taltibije, Glasnik helenski, 2011.
  • Arthur Miller Smrt trgovačkog putnika (Death of a Salesman) as Howard Wagner, 2011
  • Sanja Ivić Tartuffeerie as Inspicijent, 2011
  • Simon Bent Elling as Frank Ashley), 2010
  • Lada Kaštelan Prije sna as Mate 2009
  • Marin Držić Skup as Drijemalo, 2008
  • Eduardo De Filippo Velika magija as Policijski brigadir, Gregorio, Calogerov brat, 2008
  • Nina Mitrović Kad se mi mrtvi pokoljemo as Fazo, Izbjeglica, Musliman, 2007
  • Tom Stoppard Rosenkranz i Guildstern su mrtvi (Rosenkrantz and Guildenstern are Dead), 2006
  • Renato Baretić Osmi povjernik as Bart Kvasinožić, Muonin muž, Anthonyijev otac), 2005
  • Tennessee Williams Noć iguane as Hank, 2005
  • Lada Martinac Kralj, prema Ranku Marinkoviću Otok svetog ciprijana as Mićel,2004
  • Arijana Čulina Jo ča je život lip as Čep, 2004 *Tonči Petrasov Marović Antigona, kraljica u tebi as Drugi stražar, 2004.
  • Ferenc Molnár Liliom as Drugi policajac, ujedno i Drugi nebeski policajac, 2004
  • Jean-Baptiste Poquelin Molière Don Juan as Gusman, Elvirin konjušar), 2003
  • Sergi Belbel Poslije kiše as Informatički programer, 2003.
  • Bernard-Marie Koltès Roberto Zucco as Drugi čuvar, inspektor, drugi policajac, 2002
  • Vlaho Stulli Kate Kapuralica as Manoval, Vlaj, 2002
  • Tennessee Williams Tetovirana ruža / Serafin Splićanka as Doktor, 2001
  • Edmond Rostand Cyrano de Bergerac as Christian de Neuvillette, 2000
  • Sophocles Antigona as Hemon, 2000
  • Luigi Pirandello Šest lica traži Autora as Sin, 2000
  • Ivan Leo Lemo – Ana Tonković Dolenčić Plinska boca as Svećenik, 2000
  • Arsen Dedić Kuća pored Mora, balet as interpretator, 2000
  • Mate Matišić Svećenikova djeca as Don Šimun, 1999
  • William Shakespeare Na tri kralja as Antonio, pomorski kapetan, 1999
  • Anton Pavlovič Čehov Galeb as Ilja Afanasjevič Šamrajev, Upravnik kod Sorina), 1998
  • Fjodor Mihajlovič Dostojevski Braća Karamazovi as Rakitin, 1998
  • Dubravko Mihanović Bijelo as Mali, 1998
  • Antun Šoljan Tarampesta / Mototor as Marino), 1997
  • Ray Cooney Pokvarenjak as Ronnie, 1997
  • William Shakespeare Kralj Lear as Francuski kralj, 1997
  • Jean-Baptiste Poquelin Molière Tartuffe as Valere, 1996
  • Ivan Antun Nenadić Kako je izdan Isus as Apostol Ivan, 1996
  • Carlo Goldoni Posljednja noć karnevala as Redatelj, 1996
  • Ivo Brešan Julije Cezar as Tinko Metikoš, 1995
  • John Webster Vojvotkinja Malfeška as Grisolan, dvorjanin, sluga, ubojica, 1995
  • Sophocles Edip as Mladić, 1994
  • Hugo von Hofmannsthal Svatković as Susjed siromah, 1994
  • Joseph Kesselring Arsen i stara Čipka as Klein, policajac, 1994
  • William Shakespeare Hamlet as Drugi glumac, 1994
  • Miroslav Krleža Saloma as Ađutant, Pjesnik, Kuhar, 1993
  • Lada Martinac - Snježana Sinovčić Živim as Grof, 1993
  • Claudio Magris Stadelmann as Konobar, 1992
  • Tomislav Bakarić Smrt Stjepana Radića as Narodni zastupnici, 1992
  • Ray Cooney Kidaj od svoje žene as Fotograf, 1992
  • Muka spasitelja našega as Anđeli i alegorije, 1991
  • Euripides Helena, 1990.[17]

Performances outside Split Theatre

  • Mail Libar Marka Uvodića Splićanina, GKM Split[18]
  • performance Ilija Zovko, regie / direction Josip Zovko, GKM Split[19]

Film awards and special honors

  • Croatian actress prize for role of Mate in TV movie To be a shark, directed by Ognjen Sviličić, 2000.[20]
  • Award Veljko Maričić at the International Small Scene Festival for the role of Little in the performance of Bijelo Dubravko Mihanović, directed by John Leo Leme, 1998.[21]

Death

Josip Zovko was killed in a car crash in Grudsko Vrilo (close to Grude) in Bosnia and Herzegovina and was buried at the cemetery Sveti Ante in Lokvičići on April 6th.[22] A memorial service was held in his honor on April 12, 2019, attended by friends and acting colleagues.[23][24]

References

  1. ^ "Zovko is directed by Zovko". Croatian newspaper: Slobodna Dalmacija. Retrieved 12 May 2008.
  2. ^ Darko LONČAR. "An actor from the shadow of Imotski phenomena". imotskenovine.hr (in Croatian). 15 September 2009. Retrieved 12 September 2019.
  3. ^ Jasmina Parić. "we will remember him most for the films 'To Be a Shark' and 'Sorry for Kung Fu' and the 'Yours and Ours' series". Slobodna Dalmacija (in Croatian). 03 April 2019. S televizijskih ekrana gledatelji ga najviše pamte po ulogama u serijama 'Naši i vaši', 'Bitange i princeze
  4. ^ V.M. / HRT. "In memoriam Josip Zovko: 'It's like being a shark'". Croatian television: HRT Magazin (in Croatian). 05.04.2019.
  5. ^ P. N. "The prominent actor Josip Zovko, a man with a big heart, was killed". Croatian: Novi List (in Croatian). 04 April 2019. Retrieved 12 September 2019. He graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb, and has been a permanent member of the Drama Ensemble of the Croatian National Theater Split since 1993.
  6. ^ Gordan Vasilj. "Split actor Josip Zovko killed in a car accident near Grude". Radio Dalmacija (in Croatian). 3 April 2019. Zovko has played more than 50 theatrical and film roles, and will be best known for his role as Mate from the movie 'To Be a Shark'. He has also starred in the films 'I Believe in Angels', 'Albert Einstein's Biggest Mistake', 'Holdin' and 'Sorry for Kung Fu', as well as the 'Ours and Yours' series and 'Battles and Princesses'.
  7. ^ Dragica Zeljko. "Imotski: Buried 'believer and man' Josip Zovko, actor who turned down roles because of religion" (in Croatian). 07 April 2019. The Death of a Merchant Traveler ', Arthur Miller (2011) by Josip Zovko and Mustafa Nadarevic
  8. ^ https://mojtv.hr/film/4837/da-mi-je-biti-morski-pas.aspx
  9. ^ V.M. / HRT. "In memoriam Josip Zovko: 'It's like being a shark'". Croatian Television: HRT (in Croatian). 05 April 2019. The film 'To Be a Shark', produced by Croatian Radio and Television, has received, among other things, the following awards: four Golden arenas and an Octavian Award from the Croatian Film Critics Association at the Pula Film Festival '99. He has successfully participated in the 48th Mannheim International Festival, the Alpe-Adria Festival in Trieste and the Valencia International Film Festival.
  10. ^ "46. PULSKI FILMSKI FESTIVAL". Pula film festival (in Croatian).
  11. ^ "Split actor Josip Zovko killed". Croatia today (in Croatian). 03 April 2019. Television series and movies
  12. ^ "Posljednja volja / Last Will 2001". Moj Film. Cast: Goran Visnjic, Angelica Bridges, Stefan Lysenko, Alison Heruth Waterburry, Josip Zovko
  13. ^ "Josip Zovko (48) has played over 50 roles, he is remembered most for his movie 'To Be a Shark'" (in Croatian). 04. April 2019.
  14. ^ "Making music for a movie I believe in angel" (in Croatian). 10.03.2009. Music: Oliver Dragojevic Cast: Vedran Mlikota, Dolores Lambasa, Josip Zovko
  15. ^ "Miroslav Škoro today announced his candidacy for President of the Republic of Croatia!". showbizzmagazin (in Croatian). 23.06.2019. As the lead actor, Josip Zovko participated in the video "There Where the House Is" from 2003, as a knight defending his home.
  16. ^ "Miroslav Skoro today announced his candidacy for President of the Republic of Croatia!". showbizzmagazin (in Croatian). 23.06.2019. As the lead actor, Josip Zovko participated in the video "There Where the House Is" from 2003, as a knight defending his home.
  17. ^ Mira Muhoberac. "Charismatic actor's early departure". Matica.hr (in Croatian). Prominent Croatian theater, television and film actor Josip Zovko left us prematurely at the age of 49.The roles in which we will remember Josip Zovko
  18. ^ M.Ra. "These are the roles by which we will remember the dead actor Josip Zovko". Index.hr (in Croatian). 03 April 2019. Roles outside the Croatian National Theater "The Little Libar by Marko Uvedic Split"
  19. ^ "Zovko is directed by Zovko" (in Croatian). 28.05.2008. It is a monodrama in which Ilija Zovko himself plays, and his younger colleague actor Josip Zovko accepted the directing. “The show” is another story of Ilija about the guest's fate for which he drew his motives from meetings and stories in his hometown, although it is placed in the theater environment, that is, the stage of the “cultural summer” that is mandatory in every village today.
  20. ^ "Josip Zovko" (in Croatian). biography and awards Josip Zovko
  21. ^ "Josip Zovko" (in Croatian). biography and awards Josip Zovko
  22. ^ Dragica Zeljko. "Imotski: Buried 'believer and man' Josip Zovko, actor who turned down roles because of religion". hkm.hr (in Croatian). On Wednesday, a car accident on the main road in Grudsko Vrilo killed Josip Zovko, 48, a Split actor of Imotski roots
  23. ^ Nada Kovačević / Tom Dubravec / CROPIX. "Farewell to the actor: Commemoration for Josip Zovko". tportal.hr (in Croatian). 12.04.2019. Actor Josip Zovko died in a car accident last Wednesday on the M-6 Grude-Gorica highway. A memorial service was held at his home theater, Croatian National Theater Split, on Friday
  24. ^ "HNK Say Goodbye to Giant Commemoration for Josip Zovko on Friday at the Grand Theater". dalmacijadanas.hr / dalmatia today. 09 April 2019. A memorial service for the deceased actor of the Croatian National Theater, Josip Zovko, will take place on the big stage of the Theater on Friday, April 12, starting at 12 noon.

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