Danica Curcic

Biography

Danica Curcic is a Danish actress born in Serbia. Curcic graduated from the Danish National School of Theatre in 2012 and was immediately hired to be part of the ensemble at the Royal Danish Theatre. In her very first season Curcic was cast in two major roles: in the title role as Lulu in director Katrine Wiedemann's version of Frank Wedekinds scandalous tragedy from 1894, for which she received a 'Reumert' nomination for Best Actress, and as the leading female in the monstrous music performance Frankenstein Reborn, featuring some of the most renowned Danish actors and musicians. Before graduating Curcic appeared in the TV2 crime series Those who Kill (2011) and landed her first feature role as Veronika in Munch-Petersen's thriller Over the Edge (2012). In 2013 she appeared in two highly acclaimed Swedish produced TV-series: The Bridge ll (SVT1) and Wallander lll (SVT1). In 2014 Danica Curcic was appointed Shooting Star at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival for her role as the female lead in Christian E. Christiansen's feature On The Edge. In Oktober 2014 she starred as the female lead Kimmie in the highly expected The Absent One, the sequel to The Keeper of Lost Causes, opposite names as Nikolaj Lie Kaas, Pilou Asbæk and Fares Fares. As well as Oscar winning director Bille August new feature film Silent Heart, which she has a leading role in. Also, Curcic appeared in Hella Joof's comedy All Inclusive. In this year Danica will be seen in the feature film Lang Historie Kort directed by May El - Toukhy, where she plays opposite Trine Dyrholm. And also director Daniel Dencik's new film The Gold Coast. In the fall 2014 Danica played Juliet in Romeo and Juliet on the Royal Danish Theatre. For this portrait she received very positive response. Without a doubt Danica Curcic has had her great breakthrough in 2014 and she is with her professionalism and great personality a high respected actress in the Danish film industry already.

Filmography

Movie Name Datum izida
Fazanarji April 8, 2015