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Name: Milan Mladenovic  
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Date of Birth: 21st September 1958
Place of Birth: Zagreb, Croatia, Yugoslavia
Profession: Actor
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Milan Mladenović (September 21, 1957 - November 5, 1994) was a Yugoslavian musician best known as a front man of rock band Ekatarina Velika. He was born in Zagreb, however his father worked for the army and the familly had to move a lot.

1978, Milan moved to Belgrade where he entered in the circle of young people involved with the new music direction called the new wave. Soon afterwards, he joined the band called "Limunovo Drvo" (The Lemon Tree) but this band did not last long. His first big work was connected with the band called "Šarlo Akrobata" in which was also bass guitarist Koja (Disciplin A Kitschme) and Ivica VD (drums). "Šarlo Akrobata" had only one record called "Bistriji ili tuplji, čovek biva kad...". The band had a great succes all over the ex-Yugoslavia.

After that, with Dragomir Mihajlović (guitar), Margita Stefanović (Keyboards), Bojan Pečar (Bass) and Ivica Vdović VD (drums) he made a band called "Katarina Druga" and their first album already had a good succes. Their sound was something between progressive and classic rock sound something like "Simple minds". After this album Ivica VD died of drug overdose and his replacement was Srdjan "Žika" Todorović. The second album was called "Ekatarina Velika" what was a new name of the band. This album launched them in the very top of the ex-Yugoslavian music scene where they stayed for a long time. The concerts were croweded and finally their music was heard on the state radio.

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