Jovan Cirilov Net Worth
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The main source of income: Authors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $226,2 Million.
Jovan Cirilov information Birth date: August 30, 1931, Kikinda, Serbia Death date: November 16, 2014, Belgrade, Serbia Birth place: Kikinda, Serbia, Yugoslavia Profession:Writer, Actor, Miscellaneous CrewAwards:Sterija Award for Exceptional Contribution to the Advancement of Theater Arts and Culture
:How tall is Jovan Cirilov – 1,76m.
How much weight is Jovan Cirilov – 86kg
Jovan Cirilov was born on August 30, 1931 in Kikinda, Serbia, Yugoslavia. He was a writer and actor, known for The Climber (1966), Where to After the Rain? (1967) and Maska (1978). He died on November 16, 2014 in Belgrade, Serbia.
Biography,Cirilov was born in Kikinda. After finishing school in his home town, he enrolled and graduated philosophy at the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy in 1955. He was at the head of the Yugoslav Drama Theatre from 1985–1999, and before that he had worked as a dramaturge since 1956, as well in Atelje 212 since 1967 to 1985. Since establishment in 1967 to 2014, Jovan was the artistic director and selector of BITEF festival, longest in the history of international theatre festivals. Since 2001 to 2007, he was the President of the National Commission of Yugoslavia, then Serbia, in UNESCO.He wrote the plays Room for four and House of Silence (with Miroslav Belovic), scripts for the Vladimir Slijepcevic film Real state of situation, Ward, Where after the rain (shown in Venice, Moscow and Pula), radio plays Windy Roads (in German language, Radio Hamburg), Mechanical secretary and others. Adapted for the stage of The Damned Yard by Ivo Andric, and together with Belovic Discovery, by Dobrica Cosic.He was the author of novels, several collections of poems, theatrological essays, books of memories, an anthology of plays (Serbian contemporary drama in English, British and American contemporary drama, The shortest plays in the world, etc…) and vocabularies. He had translated plays by Christopher Fry, Bertolt Brecht, Jean Genet, Stoppard, Sam Shepard, David Mamet, Marber and the musical Hair.Writer of columns in NIN magazine, (named Word of the week, since 1986 to this day), two columns a week in the Blic newspaper, (named Pozoristarije and With hands in pockets) and theater news in the Ludus theatre newspapers.As a member of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia, he was the first person who publicly called for decriminalisation of male same-sex relations (sodomy laws) in the 1980s.He spoke German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Serbian and studied Chinese. He died in Belgrade after a short illness on 16 November 2014.
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