Vuisić on a 2013 Serbia postage stamp.
10 July 1926|
Belgrade, Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes
1 October 1988 62) (aged|
Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia
Pavle Vujisić (Вујисић) was born in Belgrade. He joined the Yugoslav Partisans and fought at the Syrmian Front. He studied law and worked as a journalist for Radio Belgrade before getting a small role in 1950 film Čudotvorni mač. After that he tried to become a professional actor, but failed to enroll in Drama Arts Academy in Belgrade.
His first major role was in 1955 film Šolaja. He was never a star, but he quickly established himself as one of the most dependable and versatile character actors. In his long and prolific career he played many different roles, both dramatic and comical, and earned great respect from almost any director with whom he worked. He is arguably best known for his role in 1972 TV series Kamiondžije (Truck Drivers), where he was paired with comedian Miodrag Petrović Čkalja.
One of the acting awards in Serbia (for lifetime acting achievement in movies, awarded at film festival in Niš) is named after him.
Famous actor Orson Welles said in interview for former Yugoslav television RTZ that he considered Pavle Vuisić as the best actor in the world.
- An Event (1969)
- Battle of Neretva (1969)
- When You Hear the Bells (1969)
- Black Seed (1971)
- The Master and Margaret (1972)
- The Dog Who Loved Trains (1977)
- The Tiger (1978)
- Moment (1978)
- Who's Singin' Over There? (1980)
- The Marathon Family (1982)
- When Father Was Away on Business (1985)