Strahinja Petrovic (actor)

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Strahinja Petrovic
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Born25 May 1892
Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia

Strahinja Petrović (Belgrade, Kingdom of Serbia, 25 May 1892 - Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia, 1964) was a popular Serbian actor in his day, though now forgotten[1].

His most memorable film acting roles were in Mars na Drinu (1964), Dvorovi u samoci (1925), and Comrade President Center-Forward (1960). He is best remembered for his performances on stage in the Dubrovnik Summer Theatre Festival[2]. He most often was compared to the French actor Louis Jouvet in his day.[3]He performed in Zagreb for many years until 1940 when sensing that the Third Reich would continue to expand he moved to Belgrade to be with his people.[4][1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Banović, Snježana (November 23, 2020). "Croatian-Serbian theatre exchange and Strahinja Petrović – the versatile principal actor of the golden age of the National Theatre in Zagreb (1920 — 1940)". Tragovi : časopis za srpske i hrvatske teme. 3 (2): 146–186 – via
  3. Banović, Snježana (November 13, 2020). "Hrvatsko-srpske kazališne razmjene i Strahinja Petrović – svestrani glumački prvak zlatnoga doba zagrebačke Drame (1920. — 1940.)". Tragovi: časopis za srpske i hrvatske teme. 3 (2): 146–186 – via

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