Zeljko Bozic



Zeljko Bozic was born on September 29, 1974 in Belgrade, Serbia. His father was a Martial ars instructor, and he started to learn at the early age of 3 years. Zeljko became a stuntman at the age of 17. He was master of Aikido and Jiu-jitsu 3. Dan. He finished Coach Academy in Novi Sad and graduated on the subject "Martial arts in movies". Zeljko was the president of Stuntmen's Association of Serbia and Montenegro (AKA Stuntmen's Association of Yugoslavia). He was a professor on Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, teaching fight choreography. He was also a professor in one of the biggest stunt schools in Europe "Action Training Production", Paris, France, teaching body burn, air-ram, ratchet stunts and rigging. Founder and author of Koloseum International Stunt Festival which is holding in Belgrade, Serbia. For years he was the leader of Serbian stunt team on famous stunt contest called Prometheus International Stunt Festival which is holding in Moscow, Russia. His debut in theatre came in 1992 ("Majka Hrabrost"), and in a movie in 1994 - Treca sreca (1995).


With the support of the Eurimages Fund of the Council of Europe

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