Fedja is a Bosnian / Croatian actor who lives in Dublin. He is 5′ 10″ (178cms) tall.
He’s cast in one of the leading roles in the American/Italian feature film ‘THE LOST CITY OF METALLA’ (pre-production) directed by Marco Cabriolu.
Before moving to Ireland Fedja played ‘Nele’ in the major Croatian TV Show ‘BLACK AND WHITE WORLD’ by the Croatian Radiotelevision HRT, as well as lead and supporting roles in multiple short films filmed in Croatia and Italy.
His more recent screen credits also include the roles of ‘Eddie’ in the Irish comedy feature film ‘LOVE LANE UNITED’ directed by Jack Thornton, ‘Nathan Sharansky’ in the BBC/RTÉ documentary ‘THE IRON LADIES’ directed by Aoife Kelleher, ‘Hypnotist’ in the British documentary feature production ‘I REMEMBER WHEN I WAS A WINDOW’ by Jack Walker.
Fedja’s stage credits include lead roles in plays such as: ‘BOXES & LABELS’ at the Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin, ‘IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER’ – a docu-dance production for the National Theatre in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and many more.
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