Judita Franković Brdar is a Zagreb-born actress. Her acting career was launched with a role in Vlatka Vorkapić's and Zoran Ferić's 2005 TV series WHEN DOES IT RING? (KAD ZVONI?). Judita continued her successful cooperation with Vorkapić, appearing in Vorkapić's theater play JUDITH FRENCH and her film SONJA AND THE BULL. Judita's favorite screen appearances include roles in films MOTHER OF ASPHALT (her first film role) and DADDY by Croatian director Dalibor Matanić, as well as the main role in Croatian TV series REST IN PEACE which was broadcast in the United States as part of the Walter Presents project. Judita holds a Masters Degree in comparative literature and Croatian language from the Faculty of Philosophy of the Zagreb University. Her training included studying Michael Cehov’s, Lee Strasberg’s and Jerzy Grotowski’s acting techniques. In order to perfect her acting skills, Judita regularly attends acting workshops. Her so far favorite completed acting training includes workshops based on techniques developed by Lessac, Akram Khan and Pina Bausch, participation in the SFF Talent Campus and the intense Meisner technique summer training program at Wiliam Esper Studio in New York which she completed in 2016.