Ladislav Smoljak1931 — 2010 Age: 78 years old
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ladislav Smoljak (9 December 1931 – 6 June 2010) was a Czech film and theater director, actor and screenwriter. He was born in Prague. Smoljak tried to study at an art academy but failed the admission process. He went on to study physics and mathematics, and later worked as journalist and scriptwriter. Together with Zdeněk Svěrák he founded the Theater of Jára Cimrman (Divadlo Járy Cimrmana, DJC) in Prague, named after a fictitious genius. Smoljak wrote scripts and directed several films; these became very successful in the Czech Republic. He died of cancer on 6 June 2010 in Kladno.
December 9, 1931, Prague, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic]
June 6, 2010
? Vyšetřování ztráty třídní knihyWriter, Director, and Headmaster ? Czech HeavenDirector, Writer, and Jan Ámos Komenský ? BlaníkDirector, Writer, and Veverka z Bitýšky 1967 AktDirector and Láďa Pýcha 1968 Crime in the Night ClubNovinar 1972 Homolka and Pocketbookhotelový host 1974 Joachim, Put It in the MachineWriter and vedoucí servisu Karfík 1976 Marecek, Pass Me the Pen!Story, Writer, and Tuček 1976 Secluded, Near WoodsScreenplay and Radim Zvon 1979 Ball LightningScreenplay, Director, and Ing. Severín 1980 The HitScreenplay and Kohoutek, Director 1981 Waiter, Scarper!Director and psovod 1983 Jara Cimrman Lying, SleepingWriter, Director, and c. k. policajt u Moře v Praze 1985 Dissolved and EffusedDirector and Screenplay 1996 KolyaHoudekLimited to the 15 most popular items