Milan Maric is a Serbian theatre, television and film actor, born in 1990 in Belgrade. Experts consider him one of the leading Serbian actors of the younger generation. He started acting as a teenager in the Dadov Youth Theatre. He earned a degree in acting from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, University of Belgrade in the class of Biljana Masic in 2013. That same year he became a permanent member of the Yugoslav Drama Theatre ensemble. He also played in the productions of the Bitef Theatre, Heartefact Fund, Krusevac Theatre, Belgrade Drama Theatre, Bosko Buha Theatre. On the occasion of marking the centenary of World War I, Milan portrayed Gavrilo Princip in the play “This grave is too small for me” by Biljana Srbljanovic, and Danilo Ilic in the play “Dragon killer” by Milena Markovic. He played several TV and movie roles. He played in the television series The Nemanjic Dynasty, the Birth of the Kingdom, as well as in the films “Humidity”, “I Defended Young Bosnia”, “A Good Woman” and in the Russian film “Dovlatov”, a biographical film about the life of Russian writer Sergei Dovlatov, which premiered in the main program of the Berlin Festival. For this role, Maric won the Chopard Talent Award at the 40th International Film Festival in Moscow, which rewards the best young actors. The magazine GQ Russia included him in the selection for the actor of the year.