Petar Božović

Dugometražni igrani film

Biografija

Petar Božović je rođen 22. maja 1946. godine u Zemunu.

Nesvršeni je student italijanskog i španskog jezika. Studije lingvistike je prekinuo kako bi upisao glumu na Fakultetu dramskih umjetnosti, u Beogradu, u klasi Predraga Bajčetića.

Božović je igrao u svim beogradskim pozorištima, a najpoznatiji je po svojim monodramama – „Reče mi jedan čo’ek“, „Ćeraćemo se još“ i „Kad budem mlađi“, koje izvodi po tekstovima Matije Bećkovića. U Narodno pozorište, čije je član bio dvije i po decenije, vratio se prošle godine ulogom Ahmeda u predstavi „Hasanaginica“.

Ništa manje legendarne nisu ni njegove filmske i televizijske role, kojih po IMDb-u ima preko 120. Publika najviše pamti Zelja, Žorža i Maksima u antologijskim ostvarenjima Živka Nikolića. „Moja filmska biografija bila bi mnogo siromašnija da nije bilo njegovih legendarnih filmova“, kaže glumac, koji je na velikim i malim ekranima igrao i Nikolu Teslu („Tajna Nikole Tesle’’), Atifagu („Nož“), Slobu („Lepa sela lepo gore“), inspektora Beševića („Crni bombarder“), dok monolog čuvenog doktora za ljubavne probleme u filmu „Čekaj me, ja sigurno neću doći“ publika zna napamet.

Kaže i da mu je tako veliko i posebno uzbuđenje donijela još jedino prva Sterijina nagrada davne 1978. za predstavu „Kamen za pod glavu“, iako je u međuvremenu osvojio poduži niz priznanja (Zlatni pečat, Nagrada ‘’Pavle Vuisić’’, Statueta ,,Ćuran’’…).

 

Petar Bozovic was born on May 22, 1946 in Zemun.

He has never finished his studies of Italian and Spanish, since he abandoned linguistics to enroll at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts Belgrade, acting department, in the class of Predrag Bajcetic.

Bozovic played in all Belgrade theatres, and he is best known for his monodramas – ‘’A Fella’ Told Me’’, ‘’We’ll Tussle Some More’’ and ‘’When I’m Younger’’, written by Matija Beckovic. Last year, he returned to the National Theatre, where he was a member for two and a half decades, with a role of Ahmed in the play ‘’Hasanaginica’’.

His film and television roles were just as legendary, and there are over 120 of them. His fans remember the best Zeljo, Zorz and Maxim in anthological films of Zivko Nikolic. ‘’My film biography would have been a lot poorer, hadn’t there been for his legendary films’’, said the actor, who also played Nikola Tesla (‘’The Secret Life of Nikola Tesla’’), Atifaga (‘’The Knife’’), Sloba (‘’Pretty Village, Pretty Flame’’), inspector Besevic (‘’The Black Bomber’’), and his monologue of a well-known doctor for love problems in the film ‘’Wait for Me and I Will Not Come’’ the audience knows by heart.

He also once said how he was particularly excited about his first Sterija’s Award in 1978, for his role in the play ‘’Stone Under the Head’’, although he won a wide range of other awards such as the Yugoslav Cinematheque Golden Seal, the Pavle Vuisic Award, Curan Statuette etc.

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