Rade ŠerbedžijaRade Šerbedžija (, ; born 27 July 1946) is a Croatian actor, director and musician. He is known for his portrayals of imposing figures on both sides of the law. He was one of the best known Yugoslav actors in the 1970s and 1980s. He is internationally known mainly for his role as Boris the Blade in ''Snatch'' (2000), his supporting roles in such Hollywood films as ''The Saint'' (1997), ''Mission: Impossible 2'' (2000), ''X-Men: First Class'' (2011), ''Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1'' (2010), and ''Taken 2'' (2012); and for his recurring role as former Soviet Army General Dmitri Gredenko in Season 6 of TV action series ''24''.
Šerbedžija’s work has earned widespread acclaim and accolades. He is a four-time recipient of the Golden Arena for Best Actor, Croatia’s highest filmmaking honors. He won the Critics Award for Best Actor at the 51st Venice International Film Festival for his performance in ''Before the Rain'' (1994). His performance in the Canadian film ''Fugitive Pieces'' (2007) was nominated for a Genie Award and Satellite Award. He was awarded the International Press Academy’s Mary Pickford Award, an honorary award “for Outstanding Artistic Contribution to the Entertainment Industry”, in 2019. The same year, he won his second Vladimir Nazor Award for “Lifetime Achievement - Film Art”. Provided by Wikipedia