Mladen Obradović is an actor, director, drama teacher and theatre producer. Taught for several drama schools in Toronto and Mississauga, including Lorraine Kimsa Theatre for Young People, TheatrePeace, Arts Express, Centauri Summer Arts Camp and Shakespeare in Action. His Canadian acting credits include Andrei in Chekhov's Three Sisters and Conspiracy Theorist in Draft89's production, FOE, as well as the lead- Lalo, in Pulse Theatre's "Night of the Assassins". He worked as an actor in Belgrade for seven years before coming to Toronto. He has over twenty shows, seven films, several theatre and radio shows as well as directing and producing work on his resume. He is the founder and the Artistic Director of Pulse Theatre, the biggest Canadian theatre for children in Serbian Language. Currently employed as a full time Theatre Teacher for Academy for Gifted Children P.A.C.E.
Education: MFA in Acting, York University, Toronto; Diploma in Specialist Studies for Musical, University of Belgrade, 2004; Finished three years of English Language and Literature at Philology Faculty at University of Belgrade; BFA in acting, BK University, Theatre Department, Belgrade, 2002.
Originally from Podgorica, Montenegro, he lives in Toronto with his wife and two sons- Matija and Vuk.
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