About Danilo "Bata" Stojković
August 11, 1934 - March 16, 2002
|Place of Birth||:||Belgrade|
|Also Known As||:||Danilo Bata Stojkovic, Bata Stojkovic, Danilo Stojkovic, Danilo Bata Stojković, Данило Бата Стојковић|
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Born on 11th of August 1934 in Belgrade, Stojkovic was one of the most prominent and respected actors in the history of Yugoslav cinema. He acted in more than 150 films during his life, though he began his career as a theatre actor in the 1960s. One of the favourite actors of director Slobodan Sijan and scriptwriter Dusan Kovacevic, his first role on stage was for the Yugoslav Drama Theatre, before becoming a permanent member of the ensemble Atelier 212. HIs film career began with a role in 'Traitor' in 1964. year, followed by a series of television and film roles. His biggest role in the movies included 'Beach Guard in Winter' ( 1976), 'The Dog Who Loved Trains' (1977 ) , 'The Who' ( 1980), 'The Marathon Family', 'How I Was Systematically Destroyed by an Idiot' (1983) and 'Balkan Spy'.