Miraj Grbic

Miraj Grbic is a Bosnian American actor known for Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol (2011), Halima’s Path (2012), Lud, Zbunjen, Normalan (2007-2019). He was born in on July 17th, 1976 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Miraj was just 15 years old in 1992. when the war begun and his city of Sarajevo was attacked, it was known to be the longest siege of one city in the newest history of Europe, which lasted for four years. In that time he started playing the guitar and started the interest for art and acting. He helped defending the occupation of his home city with enrolling in the army when he was just 15. After the war ended he entered the Academy of Performing Arts Sarajevo and while still a student he started getting roles in the National Theatre Sarajevo as well as in films. His first move role was the Tunnel where he starred as a lead in 1998. He earned his MA degree in Acting and continued working in Theatre, Film and TV. He starred in more than 30 Feature Films, numerous TV Shows and since 1998 in more than 60 Theater titles on the main stage of National Theatre Sarajevo, in the plays of Shakespeare, Chekhov, Moliere, Camus etc. He acted in US, German, Austrian, Turkish, Irish, Australian, Croatian and Bosnian productions. He married the actress Mara Omaljev in 2008. and they both moved to Los Angeles, California in 2013. Miraj is a Tae Kwon Do black and continues practicing mixed martial arts as a hobby. He was a lead singer of a band Karne, a band made out of actors, artists, writers and doctors. They had their debut album in 2012. named Diktatura Amatera (The Dictatorship of the Amateurs). Miraj is environmentally conscious and is a vegan.

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