Ante Kostelic

Ante Kostelic



Ante Kostelic is a Croatian actor and director best known for his roles in films such as The Greatest Showman, Black Book, and The White Ribbon. He was born in Zagreb, Croatia, on April 20, 1972, to parents Vinko and Irina Kostelic. He began his career in theater at a young age and soon found himself performing in films and television shows.

Kostelic has been a part of some of the most successful and well-known films of the past decade. His first major role was as the lead in the movie The Greatest Showman in 2017. The movie was a huge success and earned Kostelic critical acclaim and numerous prestigious awards. Following this, he starred in the critically acclaimed Black Book in 2018, and was nominated for a European Film Award for Best Performance by an Actor.

Kostelic has also appeared in several other films, such as The White Ribbon, The Good Boy, and The Last Man Standing. In 2020, he was cast in the Netflix show The Stranger and will be appearing in the upcoming film The Killing of the Sacred Deer.

Kostelic is also a talented director, having written and directed the short film Suicide by Knife in 2018. The film was selected for the Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Short Film.

Kostelic is an active philanthropist and has been involved in many campaigns and charities. He has served as a spokesperson for World Wildlife Fund, Greenpeace, and Amnesty International. He also supports animal rights causes and is a patron of the Zagreb Animal Shelter.

Ante Kostelic is one of the most talented and renowned actors of his generation. His extensive filmography has made him a household name and his continued work in both television and film will ensure that his name will remain in the spotlight for many years to come.

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