Mira Furlan, a leading actress of film, stage and television in the former Yugoslavia, co-starred in When Father Was Away on Business, an Oscar-nominated film which also garnered the Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival. She has starred in numerous other Yugoslav and European films including The Loves of Blanka Kolak, Beauty of Vice and Three For Happiness, which won the Grand Prix Award at the Valencia Film Festival. She was honored by her country with two Golden Arenas (Yugoslav Oscars) for Best Actress. Furlan appeared regularly on Yugoslav television, starring in major series and films. She was critically acclaimed for her extensive theatre roles, among them Ophelia in Hamlet, Celimene in The Misanthrope, Lea in Dybbuk and Natalya in A Month in the Country. Her American credits include the telefilm My Antonia, and productions of Yerma, Baal and Antigone, in which she won a Dramalogue award for the title role.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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