Mladen Vulić

Mladen Vulić (born 1 September 1969) is a Croatian actor.[1] An acclaimed actor of the stage and screen,[2][3][4] Vulić is known for his devoted approach to his roles and hard-working style of method acting.[5][6]

Mladen Vulić
Born (1969-09-01) 1 September 1969 (age 51)
EducationAcademy of Dramatic Art
Alma materUniversity of Zagreb
Years active1996–present
Anamarija Vulić
(m. 2002; div. 2012)

He starred in the critically and commercially successful releases of How the War Started on My Island (1996), Horseman (2003), A Wonderful Night in Split (2004), Will Not End Here (2008) and The Priest's Children (2013). He is further known for his celebrated acting work in the Gavella Drama Theatre and the National Theatre in Zagreb.[7][8]


A native of Vinkovci, he pursued acting and music in his youth. He was the first vocalist of the Županja-based rock band Opća Opasnost.[9] After he moved to Zagreb, Vulić was replaced by current frontman Pero Galić.[10] In 1997, he graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Art, University of Zagreb, where he returned later in his career as a guest professor.[11][12]

He appeared in over forty films, including roles as a supporting actor in How the War Started on My Island (1996), The Three Men of Melita Žganjer (1998), Is It Clear, My Friend? (2000), The Priest's Children (2013) and leading roles in Horseman (2003), A Wonderful Night in Split (2004), Pušća Bistra (2005), Will Not End Here (2008) and Gizdavica (2020).

He worked with Fadil Hadžić for the 2005 film First Class Thieves, starring with Gavella alum Franjo Dijak. While the comedy screened at the Pula Film Festival received mixed reviews, Dijak and Vulić were praised for their performances.[13][14]

On stage, he is best-known performances are in the Gavella Theatre, including Alma Problem, King Lear, Iphigenia in Tauris, As You Like It and Ivona. He also prominently performed in the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb, the Croatian National Theatre in Osijek, the Ulysses Theatre, the ITD Theatre, the Knapp Theatre, the Žar Ptica theatre and [15][16] Starring with Matija Prskalo, for his role in the Knap Theatre's production of Bez trećeg, Vulić won a Croatian Theatre Award.[17]

He is also known for his starring roles on television, including the series Balkan Inc. (2006), Larin izbor (2011–2013), Čista ljubav (2017–2018) and Na granici (2018-present).[18][19] Vulić voiced Seymour in the Croatian dub of Happy Feet (2006) and the Spirit of the West in the Croatian dub of Rango (2011).[20][21]

Selected filmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
2008 Will Not End Here
2006 The Ghost in the Swamp
2005 Pušća Bistra
First Class Thieves
2004 A Wonderful Night in Split
2003 Horseman
Year Title Role Notes
2013 Zora dubrovačka
2011 Larin izbor
2006 Balkan Inc.


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  2. ^ Mnogi ne znaju da je glumac iz svima omiljene hit serije bio prvi pjevač Opće opasnosti
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  4. ^ NIŽE PROJEKT ZA PROJEKTOM - Mladen Vulić, legenda hrvatskog glumišta
  5. ^ O NJIMA SU PRIČE PRIČALI: OPĆA OPASNOST 'U našem rokenrolu nema se para za drogu kad platiš režije i opremu. Groupie cure su nas voljele, ali to je prošlost. Sad nam više ni grudnjaci ne dolaze na pozornicu'
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  9. ^ Mnogi ne znaju da je glumac iz svima omiljene hit serije bio prvi pjevač Opće opasnosti
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  16. ^ Mladen Vulic Link at
  17. ^ Matija Prskalo I Mladen Vulić
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  19. ^ KULTURAMatija Prskalo i Mladen Vulić s predstavom ‘Bez trećeg’ uskoro u Gorici
  20. ^ Disney International Dubbings Croatian Ljubomir Krekes
  21. ^ "MAJSTORI SINHRONIZACIJE: Ko se krije iza Duška Dugouška, Šilje, Popaja, Sunđera Boba? (FOTO) (VIDEO)".

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