Nebojša "Glogi" Glogovac (Serbian Cyrillic: Небојша Глоговац; 30 August 1969 – 9 February 2018) was an award-winning Serbian actor, notable for performances in theater, television and film. He was a member of the Children's Drama Group of the Serbian Radio and Television, and he began his acting career at the Youth Atelier in Pančevo. In 1996, he received a scholarship from the Yugoslav Drama Theater and a role in the play The Great Robbery, directed by Dejan Mijač on the stage of Atelje 212. When he was a child, he appeared in the television show Price iz Nepricave (Stories from Nepricava) in 1981. He had his first film role in 1993 in the short film Rekvijem za jedan san (Requiem for a Dream) in the lead role, and after that the same year in the play Paradise by Petar Zec, where he was also one of the main actors. After drawing attention to his talent, he landed a role in director Gorčin Stojanović's film, Premeditated Murder in 1995. He played the main roles in the films Premeditated Murder, Cabaret Balkan, Sky Hook, When I Grow Up, I'll Be a Kangaroo, Klopka, Hadersfild, The Woman with a Broken Nose, The Man Who Defended Gavrilo Princip, Circles, Ravna Gora and the Constitution. He has been awarded many times for his roles in theater and film, and the Sterija Award, Tsar Constantine in Niš and the Golden Arena in Pula for the best male role stand out. He died after a short and severe illness, at the Institute of Oncology and Radiology of Serbia in Belgrade, on February 9, 2018.