Tatjana Bošković

Dugometražni igrani film

Biografija

Tatjana Tanja Bošković (Beograd, 1953.) je gimnaziju završila u Aranđelovcu, a na Fakultetu dramskih umjetnosti u Beogradu diplomirala 1973. godine u klasi profesora Predraga Bajčetića. Ostvarila je preko četrdeset godina dugu i plodnu pozorišnu, televizijsku i filmsku karijeru. Prvu glavnu ulogu imala je 1974. godine u filmu Košava, iste godine snima seriju Divlje godine, a potom dobija značajne uloge u filmovima: Čovek sa četiri noge, Policajac sa Petlovog brda, Rat uživo, Okupacija u 26 slika, Balkanska pravila, Volim te najviše na svetu i Peti leptir. Publici je najpoznatija po ulozi u filmu Balkan ekspres i TV-seriji Srećni ljudi. Proslavila se i kao zvijezda mjuzikla u Pozorištu na Terazijama, od 1986. je bila stalni član pozorišta Atelje 212. Osvojila je na desetine nagrada i priznanja za svoja glumačka ostvarenja i izuzetan doprinos filmskoj umjetnosti, a 2018. godine je postala počasna građanka Herceg Novog.

 

Tatjana Tanja Boskovic (Belgrade, 1953) completed her secondary education in a grammar school in Arandjelovac, and graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade in 1973, in the class of Professor Predrag Bajcetic. She has built an over forty-year-long and fruitful theatre, television and film career. She had her first lead role in 1974 film The Wind and in the same year she also starred in a series Wild Years. Her later significant roles are in the following films: The Man with Four Legs, The Policeman from the Cock’s Hill, War Live, Occupation in 26 Pictures, Balkan Rules, I Think the World of You and Fifth Butterfly. She is best known for her role in the film Balkan Express and the TV series Happy People. She was successful in a musical at the Theatre on Terazije, and since 1986 she has been a permanent member of Atelier 212 theatre. She won numerous awards and recognitions for her acting achievements and exceptional contribution to cinema, and in 2018 she became an honourable citizen of Herceg Novi.

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