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Srđan Todorović

Srđan Todorović
Born Srđan Todorović
(1965-03-28) 28 March 1965
Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
Other names Žika
Occupation Actor, musician
Parent(s) Bora Todorović
Snežana Matić

Srđan "Žika" Todorović (Serbian Cyrillic: Срђан Тодоровић; born 28 March 1965) is a Serbian actor and musician, best known to western audiences for his role as Miloš in the controversial 2010 horror film A Serbian Film. Todorović has served as a member of numerous bands, including Ekatarina Velika, Disciplina Kičme, Radnička Kontrola and Bezobrazno Zeleno.

Žika is the son of Serbian actor Bora Todorović and his first wife Snežana Matić.

Contents

  • Discography 1
    • With Radnička Kontrola 1.1
    • With Bezobrazno Zeleno 1.2
    • With Disciplina Kičme 1.3
    • With Ekatarina Velika 1.4
    • With Kazna Za Uši 1.5
    • With Partibrejkers 1.6
    • With Električni Orgazam 1.7
    • With Plejboj 1.8
  • Filmography 2
  • External links 3

Discography

With Radnička Kontrola

With Bezobrazno Zeleno

  • 1 (1983)

With Disciplina Kičme

With Ekatarina Velika

With Kazna Za Uši

  • 3 (1994, split album, guest appearance)
  • Izliv radosti napad sreće (1994)

With Partibrejkers

  • Kiselo i slatko (1994)

With Električni Orgazam

With Plejboj

  • "Zajedno" (1995) (single, guest appearance)

Filmography

External links


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