Vlatko Dulic, Croatian actor and theatre director, Died at 72

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Vlatko Dulic was born on April 20, 1943, and died on November 20, 2015.

He was a Croatian theatre, television and film actor and theatre director.

Hailing from Subotica in Vojvodina, a province of Serbia, Vlatko studied acting at the University of Zagreb Academy of Drama Arts, where he graduated from in 1970 but he began acting as early as 1968 at the Gavella theatre in Zagreb.

Vlatko appeared in a number of supporting roles in Croatian TV series and feature films in a career spanning over four decades, including Vinko Brešan’s popular comedies, How the War Started on My Island (1996) and Marshal Tito’s Spirit (1999).

Vlatko passed away at age 72 in November 2015.


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