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Bekim Fehmiu

Born June 1, 1936 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Bekim Fehmiu ( 1 June 1936 – 15 June 2010) was a Serbian and Yugoslav theater and film actor of Albanian ethnicity. He was the first Eastern European actor to star in Hollywood during the Cold War.
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Actor
as "Gormond"
as "Joseph"
as ""
as "Baja"
as "Major Dragan"
as "Žarko Munižaba"
as "Fasil"
as "Hans Reiter"
as "Alexander Diakim"
as "Sandro Poggi"
Cagliostro (1975)
as "Count Alexander Cagliostro / Giuseppe Balsamo"
as "Il dottor Giorgio Sironi"
Deps (1974)
as "Deps"
as "Roberto"
as "Captain Victor Kaleb"
as "Dax Xenos"
as "Mirko"
The Swarm (1966)
as "Halil Beg"
Klaxon (1965)
as "Marko"
The Girl (1965)
as ""
The Enemy (1965)
as ""
as "Kerim"
Sasha (1962)
as "Marić, poručnik Kraljevske vojske"
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