Misel Maticevic is an actor, known for Le paradis du mac (2003), Die Brücke am Ibar (2012) and Voeux et sacrifices (2007).
Date of birth
He was born on April 22, 1970 in Berlin, Germany.
Family & Early life
Matičević was born in West Berlin to Croatian parents who were guest workers in West Germany. Following his parents' divorce, he lived with his mother in Berlin-Spandau. He was initially a trouble maker in childhood and would get in fistfights at school. He refused to join the school's theater group, feeling it was only for kids who were trying to "suck up" to the teachers. However, Matičević saw the 1983 film Danton with Gérard Depardieu and was inspired by Depardieu's performance to become an actor.
He studied acting from 1994 until 1998 at the Konrad Wolf Film University of Babelsberg in Potsdam. While there, he performed with the Berliner Ensemble at the Deutsches Theater in Berlin and the Kleist Theater in Frankfurt Oder.
Details about his love life are not yet known.
Since 1996 Matičević has appeared in various crime series such as Tatort, Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei , Kommissar Rex and Das Duo in supporting roles.
2007 filming of the TV films were death automatic via the DDR -Regimegegner Michael Gartenschläger and the vow in which he the poet Clemens Brentano embodies the Anne Catherine Emmerich one - stigmatized nun - met completed.
He also took on other leading roles in A City Is Blackmailed and the film adaptation of Frank Schätzing's novel The Dark Side .
In 2009 he was seen on the big screen alongside Julia Jentsch and Sebastian Koch in the remake of Effi Briest .
As a voice actor, Matičević lent his voice to Marton Csokas (Yorgi) in the film xXx - Triple X in 2002.
He is also among the cast of The Boys In The Band film (2020).
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