Stipe Erceg

Name:  Stipe Erceg

Birthdate:  30.10.1973

Nationality: Croatian

actual Projects: LESS documentary,  Senna movie, Tokyo Rose movie, War is over  movie

Biography: Erceg  was born in Split, SR Croatia, Yugoslavia and moved from Croatia to Tübingen, Germany, in 1978, where he later studied acting at Europäisches Theaterinstitut Berlin (1996 – 2000).

 

Fideliche2Stipe Erceg in ‘FIDELICHE’

Since 2004 he is a well known German/ Croation actor, notable for playing the role of Peter in the 2004 Hans Weingartner film ‘The Edukators‘  alongside, as well as the role of Holger Meins in ‘The Baader Meinhof Complex’.

Stipe Erceg has won the ‘Best Young Actor’ award at ‘Max Ophüls Festival’ 2004,  the best ‘male acting’ award at ‘Munich Film Festival’ 2004 and the award ‘hessischer Fernsehpreis 2012′  for his role in ‘Blaubeerblau’.

 

x500_y281_5b7623_12Stipe Erceg in ‘Vergrabene Stimmen’

Beside his theater engagements at ‘Schaubühne Berlin’, ‘Hamburger Kammerspiele’ or’ Volksbühne Berlin’ he  since 2004 mainly acts  in German and international cinema movies.

Since 2013 he is producer of NONDUAL PRODUCTIONS film production company and produced together with Alexey Shipenko the documetary SEMANA SANTA as the films ‘Synchronized’ (starring S. Erceg), the film ,Globo de Fogo‘ (starring A. Shipenko himself) and in 2015 the film ‘FIDELICHE‘.

Stipe Erceg lives with his wife and two sons in Berlin.

Filmography (selection): 2000: Der letzte Adler, 2003: Kiki und Tige, 2004: Yugotrip, 2004: SommerHundeSöhne, Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei/ The Edukators, 2005: L’annulaire, 2005: Stadt als Beute, 2006: Kahlschlag, 2006: Nichts als Gespenster, 2008: Der Baader Meinhof Komplex, 2008: Little Paris, 2009: Tatort – Häuserkampf (tv), 2009: Der Knochenmann, 2009: Phantomschmerz, 2009: Wie alles endet, 2010: GSI – Spezialeinheit Göteborg, 2010: Takiye – In Gottes Namen (Spur des Terrors), 2010: Der Albaner, 2010: Belgrad Radio Taxi, 2011: Blaubeerblau, 2011: Hell, 2011: Unknown Identity (Unknown), 2012: Die vierte Macht, 2012: Opération Libertad, 2012: Schilf – Alles, was denkbar ist, existiert, 2012: Die Vampirschwestern, 2012: Robin Hood, 2013: Alaska Johansson (Fernsehfilm) 2014: Die Pilgerin (tv)