|Birth: ||Oct. 15, 1934|
|Death: ||Aug. 13, 1985|
Actor. He earned fame as one of the actors in of Atelje 212 theatre in Belgrade, but he is best known for starring in many films. Some of those roles belonged to the classic films of former Yugoslav cinema, including "Love Affair: Or the Case of Missing Switchboard Operator". Most of his roles were authority figures, but he always managed to give them humanity. One of the best examples is Maho, father character in Emir Kusturica's 1981 coming-of-age drama "Do You Remember Dolly Bell?". Aligrudic worked with Kusturica again in his 1985 celebrated drama "When Father Was Away on Business", in which he had played UDBA agent in charge of protagonist's "re-education". He died shortly after that film won Golden Palm on Cannes Film Festival and shortly after death of his long-time colleague Zoran Radmilovic. This event led many film critics to say that "heaven had received huge boost".
City of Belgrade (Grad Beograd), Serbia
Plot: Parcel 72, Grave 177
Created by: Jelena
Record added: Dec 09, 2005
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