Jagoda Kaloper was born on June 19, 1947, and died on October 1, 2016.
She was a Croatian painter and actress.
She was famous for groundbreaking roles in classic films in the former Yugoslav cinema.
Jagoda Kaloper was a native of Zagreb, Yugoslavia Kaloper made her screen debut in the 1965 film Ključ, lacking any previous acting experience.
Kaloper made a good impression and continued to appear in films, including the 1969 drama Handcuffs.
Kaloper has received following awards for her acting: Award of City of Zagreb „Kula Lotrscak“, „Silver Arena“ in Pula Festival, „Empress Teodora“ in Nis Festival, as well as „Golden Arena“ in Pula Festival.
Jagoda Kaloper was best known internationally for her role of a sexually liberated woman in the 1971 cult film WR: Mysteries of the Organism.
Before her career on film, Jagoda Kaloper has built a career in arts.
Jagoda Kaloper has graduated from the Zagreb Academy of Fine Arts in 1970.
During the same year, she became a member of the Croatian Association of Artists, whose member she still is today.
Jagoda Kaloper has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions.
Kaloper also created graphic design for various magazines, books, catalogues and posters, as well as visual identity in industry and culture.
Jagoda Kaloper designed her line of ceramic jewelry, worked on film sets and costumes, set exhibitions and created visual solutions for urban problems.
Her visual creations, Jagoda Kaloper won numerous awards: award of Zagreb Salon in the „Proposal“ section, award for the illustration of children’s book „Tonkica Palonkica“ on Beograd Book Fair, award for graphic solution for the monography „Lenin“, as well as award „Ivana Brlic Mazuranic“ for the best illustration of a children’s book.
During 2010, she wrote and directed her first art film “Beyond the Mirror”.
He was married to an architect Radovan Tajder, they have one daughter.
Jagoda Kaloper died in Vienna.
Jagoda Kaloper passed away at 69 years old.