Playing Range: Age 25 – 35
Height: 174 cm
Weight: 59 kg
Place of residence: Zagreb, Croatia
Languages: Croatian (Native), English (Fluent), Serbian (Fluent), Bosnian (Fluent), Italian (Basic), Spanish (Basic).
Additional Talents/Skills: experimental dance, dance on silk, horse riding, swimming, driving license, working also as a director’s assistant.
Iskra Jirsak is a Croatian stage and film actress. She was born in 1987 in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. She graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb in 2011. Iskra has already gathered extensive experience of working on the stage since her early age and for cinema and television during her studies.
Her first TV experience was in 2010. in TV series “Najbolje godine” (”The best years”) as Marta Elezović.
She began her film career with a role in Tomislav Radić’s feature film “Kotlovina” as Danijela, which premiered at the Pula Film Festival in 2011 and won 6 awards.
In the same year she was cast in the lead role of Lana Iveković in Aldo Tardozzi’s feature debut “Spots” which was filmed in march and premiered at the Pula Film Festival in 2011. The film won special film award ‘Rising star’ on Canada International Film Festival and an award from the jury “Europe out of Europe” on Serbian International Film Festival, FEST.
With the play “Sutra (ni)je novi dan” (”Tomorow is(not) a new day”) directed by Ivica Boban, she won the best actress award on the Mostar Theatre Festival, Mostarska Liska, and also on the International festival ZAPLET05 in Banja Luka.
Since then Iskra enrolled in various TV, film and theatre productions and currently is working on a new play.
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