Dragoș Bucur (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈdraɡoʃ ˈbukur]) is a Romanian actor, ambassador for the program Youth of the Move involved by the European Commission, and TV presenter for the show Visuri la cheie broadcast on Pro TV Visuri la cheie.Dragoș Bucur received the Shooting Stars Award, the annual acting award for up-and-coming actors by European Film Promotion, at the Berlin International Film Festival 2010. He holds an acting degree from Caragiale Academy of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography in Bucharest, Romania. He became known through his roles in "Police, Adjective" elogiated by The Washington Post, "The Way Back", or "Boogie", The Guardian notes about Dragoș character : "Dragoș plays Bogdan or "Boogie", a hardworking guy who has been prevailed upon to take his partner Smaranda (Anamaria Marinca) and their child to the seaside." Also he stars in "The Paper Will Be Blue" and many more productions. Apart from being an actor he has also hosted several Romanian TV shows like "Jurnal de călătorie", "Faci Pariu?", "Marfă", "Câștigi fără să știi", etc.