Marko Todorović (actor)

For the Montenegrin basketball player, see Marko Todorović (basketball).

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Marko Todorović (2 June 1929 in Prnjavor, Kingdom of Yugoslavia – 29 August 2000 in Belgrade, Serbia, FR Yugoslavia) was a Serbian actor famous for playing roles of important historical figures. Among those the best known is Tito whom he played in the 1974 spectacle The Republic of Užice, and later in a series of television docudramas directed by Sava Mrmak.
He is, however, best known for the comical role of family patriarch Milan Todorović whom he played ten times in Lude godine series of films.
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Marko Todorović at the Internet Movie Database

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