This actor known as Pavle Mara is amazing! We’ve seen a lot of actors push themselves before, but not like Pavle pushes himself. He is in this business for the long run and it seems that nothing slows him down or deters him from his goal, which is to be the best actor that he can possibly be. The Army’s catch phrase of “Be all you can be” should have been written specifically for Pavle, because that’s exactly what he’s going to do – be all that he can be.
If you ask him to do an accent in an audition, he’ll look at you straight faced and ask you which one do you want to hear? Of course, the producers will soon find out that he can do just about any accent in the world, making him a real chameleon. He also speaks four languages quite fluently: English, Spanish, Serbian and Chinese.
If that doesn’t fit the definition of amazing, then how about what he does to keep fit. Pavle is a martial artist who also knows how to box and he loves to play volleyball, basketball and swimming. (Does this guy ever slow down)? He also plays the drums, guitar, bongos and bass guitar and writes and records his own music. And if that’s not enough for someone to say, “Yes, he’s amazing,” then what about his Fine Arts Degree in acting from New York Film Academy?
Well, just talking about all of his talents can make a writer tired, but perhaps we should add some of his accomplishments in film and theatre. He went all the way to Beijing, China to accept the role of Copernicus in “Love of The Nightingale.” In Singapore he played Baker in “Into The Woods,” and then came back to Los Angeles to high praise and much applause to play Captain Hook in “Peter Pan The Musical.” Wow, all that traveling could make anyone else tired and want to take a long vacation. But not Pavle. He went on to Serbia to be featured in Darko Bajic’s well-received feature film called “We Will Be The World Champions,” (Bicemo Prvaci Sveta). Also his role in the short film “Interrupted” landed the short a spot on the Dances With Films Festival’s Fusion Shorts circuit.
After that, Pavle was cast in the role of George Saltino in the Los Angeles filmed movie, “Killing Joan” and snagged an important part in the 2016 Dark Water Production’s thriller “Slade”. He’s currently working on “Batman Beyond, The Series” for TV and preparing for his role of a mysterious loan shark named Tim in a web-series called “Officers”. Apparently he’s not planning on taking a vacation anytime soon.