Dejan Ćirjaković

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Dejan Ćirjaković
Born (1979-07-13) July 13, 1979 (age 39)
Novi Sad, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Residence Novi Sad, Serbia
Nationality Serbian
Occupation
  • Actor
  • comedian
  • screenwriter
  • musician
Years active 2008–present
Children 2 [1]
Comedy career
Medium
  • Television
  • Youtube
  • theatre
Subject(s)
Musical career
Instruments Drums
Associated acts Tripcycle

Dejan Ćirjaković (Serbian Cyrillic : Дејан Ћирјаковић; born July 13, 1979) is a Serbian actor, comedian, screenwriter and musician. Together with Nikola Škorić and Dimitrije Banjac he is the creator and actor of several popular Serbian television show programs, including Noćna smena, Velika Srbija, Srbi u Svemiru and Državni posao . [1] [2]

The Serbian Cyrillic alphabet is an adaptation of the Cyrillic script for the Serbian language, developed in 1818 by Serbian linguist Vuk Karadžić. It is one of the two alphabets used to write standard modern Serbian, Bosnian and Montenegrin, the other being Latin.

Dimitrije Banjac Serbian actor

Dimitrije Banjac Grs is a Serbian actor, comedian and screenwriter. Together with Nikola Škorić and Dejan Ćirjaković he is the creator and actor of several popular Serbian television show programs, including Noćna smena, Velika Srbija, Srbi u Svemiru and Državni posao. Audiences in Serbia know him best for his roles as Professor Kišprdilov in Noćna smena and Đorđe Čvarkov in Državni posao.

<i>Državni posao</i> television series

Državni posao is a Serbian television comedy show starring Dimitrije Banjac, Nikola Škorić and Dejan Ćirjaković. They are also authors of the show. The show began airing in September 2012. It is one of the most-watched TV shows and TV programmes of the Radio Television of Vojvodina.

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His best known role is as Boškić, a young archivist in TV series Državni posao.

Personal life

Dejan Ćirjaković is married and has two children. [1]

Filmography

Television
YearTitleRoleNotes
2012-present Državni posao BoškićAlso writer and creator;

1100 episodes

2013Velika SrbijaVarious characters
2013Srbi u SvemiruBarac39 episodes

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