Milan Simacek

Actor and journalist
Country of origin: 
Czech Republic

Milan Simácek (*1962 in Hodoním, †2018 in Prag) was a Czech actor and journalist. He played roles in several popular films and won the Award for Best Actor at the International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Zlín 1990 for the role of a retarded young man in the "The Fools and Little Girls" (Blázni a devcátka, 1988) by Karel Kachyna. He also worked as cultural publicist. He was deputy director of the Academy of Journalism established by the Prague Archdiocese, Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Christian weekly Naše Rodina, Press Secretary of the Prague Chamber of Commerce and editor-in-chief of its journal. His last role he played in "The Painted Bird" (Nabarvené ptáčeby) directed by Václav Marhoul which was released in 2019.


01.07.2011 to 09.07.2011
Karlovy Vary
07.02.2008 to 17.02.2008
28.05.2000 to 03.06.2000
02.07.1999 to 10.07.1999
Karlovy Vary
11.02.1998 to 22.02.1998
04.07.1997 to 12.07.1997
Karlovy Vary