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Nikolić pictured in 2013
20 August 1943
|Died||11 March 2016 72) (aged|
|Education||Faculty of Dramatic Arts|
|Alma mater||University of Arts in Belgrade|
Dragoslav "Dragan" Nikolić (Serbian Cyrillic : Драгослав Драган Николић, pronounced [drǎgoslaʋ drǎɡan nǐkolit͡ɕ] ; 20 August 1943 – 11 March 2016) was a Serbian actor.
Nikolić studied at Dramatic Arts Academy in Belgrade. In 1967 he starred in the film Kad budem mrtav i beo , which was the beginning of a career that lasted 50 years. Dragan Nikolić has since appeared in many films of different genres and portrayed various characters, becoming one of the most recognizable actors in Serbian cinema. In 2000, he received the "Pavle Vuisić" Award for his lifework. From 2011 to 2013, he was the television host on the Serbian edition of quiz Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? .
His best known role was as Prle, a wisecracking World War II resistance fighter whom he portrayed in 1970s TV series Otpisani and Povratak otpisanih.
His wife was the Serbian actress, Milena Dravić. They co-hosted the 1970s TV variety show Obraz uz obraz (Cheek to cheek).
|1966||The One Eyed Soldiers||Gangster|
|1968||Three Hours to Love||Riki|
|1971||Mlad i zdrav kao ruza||Stiv|
|1974–1975||Otpisani||Prle||TV series (13 episodes)|
|1980||Who's Singin' Over There?||Pevac|
|1981||The Falcon||Alija||Won Best Actor at Pula Film Festival|
|Peacetime in Paris||Dragan|
|1985||Life Is Beautiful||Gara|
|1989||Poslednji Krug u Monci||Uroš "Urke"|
|1989||The Meeting Point||Janko|
|1991||The Original of the Forgery||Pavlovic|
|1992||Tito and Me||Gane's Father|
|1994||Ni na nebu ni na zemlji||Igla|
|1998||Cabaret Balkan||John's Boxer friend|
|The White Suit||Makro|
|2004||The Robbery of the Third Reich||Glavonja|
|2005||I Have Something Important to Tell You||Professor|
|2007||The Fourth Man||Politicar|
|2007||The Simpsons Movie||Tom Hanks||Voice role|
|2007–2011||Selo gori, a baba se češlja||Žota / Sudija Velibor||TV series (47 episodes)|
|2008–2009||Ranjeni orao||Ugleša Knežević||TV series (8 episodes)|
|Vratiće se rode||Mutavi||TV series (2 episodes)|
|2010||72 Days||Lone Shark|
|2014||See You in Montevideo||Jules Rimet|
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