Ervin Shala

Ervin Shala



Ervin Shala is a Kosovan actor, director and producer. He has been active in the world of theater since the early 2000s and has worked on a number of films, stage plays, television series, and short films.

Born on January 28th, 1981 in Prishtina, Kosovo, Ervin was raised in a family of seven. His father was a doctor and his mother a teacher, both of whom encouraged Ervin to pursue his dreams. From an early age, Ervin was interested in the performing arts, and he attended the University of Prishtina where he studied acting.

After completing his studies, Ervin quickly established himself as an actor in the Kosovan film and theatre industry. He made his big-screen debut in 2007 with the film ‘My Name is Sunday’, which was a critical success. Following this, Ervin went on to star in a number of other films and television series, including ‘Rescue’ (2008), ‘Serenity’ (2009), and ‘The Red Line’ (2010).

In addition to his acting career, Ervin has also directed a number of short films and has been involved in the production of several stage plays. He has also served as a jury member for the Kosovo Film Festival.

In recent years, Ervin has become increasingly involved in humanitarian work, and he is a founding member of the Kosovo Humanitarian Foundation. Through the foundation, Ervin has helped to raise awareness about human rights and the importance of education in Kosovo.

Ervin’s dedication to his craft and humanitarian work has been recognized by many people, and he has received numerous awards throughout his career, including the Kosovo Award for Best Actor (2009) and the Kosovo Humanitarian Award (2016).

Ervin remains passionate about acting and is committed to using his platform to promote positive change in his home country. He is an inspiration to many aspiring actors and filmmakers, and his commitment to his craft and humanitarian work is a testament to his passion and dedication.

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