Drazen Cucek

Drazen Cucek

Drazen Cucek

Drazen Cucek

Born in Zagreb, Croatia, on July 15, 1970

Education:

Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb

Seminars, courses: Training at the Hochschule fuer Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna, Austria (Musical Department)

Theatre work:

Theatre Komedija, Zagreb: "Comedy of confusion", "The King is Naked", "Threepenny Opera", "Little Shop of Horrors", "Jesus Christ Superstar", "Who Sings Means No Harm", "Piaf", "The Full Monty", "Midsummer Night's Dream", "Mr. Mockinpott's Suffering", "Chicago", "Cabaret" and many others.

Mala scena Theatre, Zagreb: "The Stork and the Fox", "Pierrot or Secrets of the Night", "Bum Tomica" and "A Sheep for the Whole Life".

Television:

Voice dubbing in animated films (Croatian Television and independent productions); a series of "Bums and princesses", director Goran Kulenović

Radio:

Radio drama (Drama, Croatian Radio) and radio plays for children (Children's educational program and Croatian Radio)

Awards and honours:

1996 - Nominated for the Croatian Theatre Award for the role of King Edward VIII ("The King is Naked"), Theatre Komedija

1998 - the Croatian Theatre Award for the role of Mr. Fulir ("Who Sings Means No Harm"), Theatre Komedija

2000 - Award for Achievement in Acting on "Days of Satire" for the role of Thomas Diaforia ("Le Malade imaginaire") and role of Stork in Mala Scena's play "The Stork and the Fox".

2007 - At the 10th Meeting of Croatian ASSITEJ Centre and 1st EPIFEST, the International Theatre Festival of Central and South-Eastern Europe, Čakovec, award for the role of Piksi in the play "Bum Tomica", Mala scena

2007 - Nomination for the Croatian Theatre Award for the role of Piksi in "Bum Tomica", Mala scena

2011 - the Croatian Theatre Award in the category "Supporting Male Actor in Drama" for the Priest in the play "King Oedipus" by Sophocles, directed by Edward Miller and performed by the drama ensemble at the 62nd Dubrovnik Summer Festival.

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