Mustafa Nadarevic

Bosnia and Herzegovina


Mustafa Nadarević (born 2 May 1943) is a Bosnian actor and comedian. During his long career, Nadarević has built a reputation as one of the most recognizable character actors of Yugoslavia. In the former Yugoslavia, Nadarević played mostly roles of Communist officials, and is best known for his work in the films When Father Was Away on Business, Reflections, The Glembays, The Perfect Circle, etc. Nadarević has also played a variety roles in various films produced throughout the areas of Yugoslavia. In 1991 he won the award for Best Actor at the 17th Moscow International Film Festival for his role in Silent Gunpowder. He has studied at the Academy of Drama Arts in Zagreb. Nadarević has lately played Avdo in the award-winning 2012 film Halima's Path and professor Miša Brankov in Goran Paskaljević's When Day Breaks. In his television career, he is best known for his role as Izet Fazlinović in the Bosnian sitcom Lud, zbunjen, normalan.


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

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