Milan Bosiljčić-Beli was born in Konjane, Serbia, Yugoslavia on September 20, 1931. The Serbian actor was more commonly known as Milan Beli. He studied physical education in Belgrade and at that time, also established his first contacts with the world of film. At that time in Yugoslavia they were filming western and adventure film co-productions and stuntmen were often chosen from among the students of the Belgrade High Schools. In 1957 he received his first small film role in the Franco-Yugoslav film “Burlak”. In addition to his mother tongue he also knew German, English and French, therefore he was able to gain since 1968, a greater number of offers from production companies such as DEFA, who were filming Indian films. Milan Beli was twice married, has a daughter and a son who is also a well-known actor. He is good friends with Gojko Mitic, who arranged for him roles in three of his Indian films (Tecumseh, Apaches, The Scout).
BOSILJCIC, Milan (aka Milan Beli, M. Bosiljcic, Milan Bosiljcik) (Milan Bosiljčić-Beli) [9/20/1931, Konjane, Serbia, Yugoslavia - ] - dance choreographer, TV actor, married twice, father of a daughter and singer, actor, Ivan Bosiljčić [1981- ]
Thunder at the Border - 1966 (Vince)
Tecumseh – 1972 (Raffael) [as Milan Beli]
Apaches - 1973 (Johnson) [as Milan Beli]
The Scout – 1982 (Major Brannigan) [as Milan Beli]