3 May 1961
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Milorad Mandić Manda (Serbian Cyrillic : Милорад Мандић; 3 May 1961 – 15 June 2016) was a Serbian actor. He appeared in more than sixty films during his career.
At the age of 21, he became a member of the Belgrade Amateur Experimental Drama Studio. 6 years later, he graduated in acting from Faculty of Dramatic Arts in the class of Professor Vladimir Jevtović. After graduating, he became a member of the Belgrade Children's Theater "Boško Buha". In 1989 he recorded more than 270 episodes of the show "Fairy Tale for Good Night", good night stories that were broadcast on national television. From 1989. to 1995 he hosted a children's show "On the Other Side of the Rainbow", which, together with Branko Kockica, made him the most popular children's actor and entertainer. Since 1995 he hosted the show More Than a Game on Pink.
Mandić suddenly died of a heart attack onstage during a matinee performance of Peter Pan on 15 June 2016.He was playing Captain Hook. The show was cancelled.
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