Andrej Dojkic is a Croatian actor. His first official screen part was in the 2005 TV series Forbidden Love followed by the 2007 TV series drama “Good Intentions”. He then went on to do a number of Theater plays from 2008 up until now. His notable film parts include the lead in Glembay, directed by Zeljko Senecic, as Leone and a lead in I Was Not Afraid To Die, directed by Jakov Sedlar, co-starring Armand Assante and narrated by Derek Jacobi. He has received The Chancellors Award in 2007 for his interpretation of Orpheus in Eurydice during the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.