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Croatian Actress Zrinka Cvitešić Lands Role in BBC Drama

zrinka-cvitesic-2Croatian actress Zrinka Cvitešić is continuing to enjoy success in her newly adopted home of London…

The talented 35-year-old from Karlovac has followed up her award-winning performance in the musical ‘Once’ on London’s West End by landing a role in a new BBC drama. Cvitešić will star alongside Gemma Jones, Toby Jones, Lesley Sharp and Adeel Akhtar in Capital, a new three-part drama series based on the bestselling novel by John Lanchester, which revolves around the haves and have-nots of one London street.

Cvitešić, who is the partner of QPR’s former Croatian international Niko Kranjčar, won Britain’s most prestigious theatre award – the ‘Laurence Olivier Award’ – for her performance in Once.

The mini-series Captial will be shown on BBC1.

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