Goran Visnjic The Couple Have Two Children A Son Tin Adopted In April 2007

Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic


He is best known for his role as Dr. Luka Kovac in the hit television series ER. He left the JNA and returned to Sibenik, where he joined the nascent Croatian Army in defending his hometown against JNA-supported Krajina Serbs. Prior to ER, Visnjic had small speaking roles in films such as The Peacemaker, Committed and Practical Magic. in 2008, Visnjic starred in the film Helen alongside Ashley Judd as Judd’s character’s husband David in the drama, which made its world premiere at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. The couple have two children, a son Tin, adopted in April 2007 and named after Croatian poet Tin Ujevic, and an infant son Vigo born in July, 2011.

After Leaving The Croatian Army Goran Visnjic Moved To Zagreb To Study At

Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic
Goran Visnjic


He appeared in plays throughout his childhood and made his screen debut at age 16 in the controversial Yugoslav film Braca po materi (1988), playing a young Ustasa. He left the JNA and returned to Sibenik, where he joined the nascent Croatian Army in defending his hometown against JNA-supported Krajina Serbs. After leaving the Croatian Army, he moved to Zagreb to study at the Academy of Dramatic Arts. Originally cast as Laertes and understudy to Hamlet, he took over the role when the star dropped out of the production shortly before the first performance. He co-starred in the movie The Deep End, voice-acted in Ice Age, and starred in Posljednja volja and Doctor Sleep. He appeared with Jennifer Garner in the 2005 movie Elektra. Visnjic also appeared alongside Carla Gugino in a segment of the 2009 film New York, I Love You, an anthology set in New York.