Croatian Actor Goran Visnjic Leaving the United States

Goran Visnjic, star of NBC’s Chicago Fire, is no more.

Goran Visnjic is one of the most important and influential Hollywood actors of his generation. He is best known for his roles in popular television series like Grey’s Anatomy and The Wire. In addition to this, he has acted in numerous international films, as well as the HBO series Treme.

Goran Visnjic, a Croatian actor, best known for his roles in “The Punisher” and “The Godfather: Part III”, has become the latest celebrity to decide to leave the United States. The actor is reportedly moving to his native Croatia, where he will be able to find a less polarized political environment.

14th of August, 2019 Goran Visnjic, 46, one of Croatia’s most well-known worldwide performers, has announced that he is leaving the United States.


Visnjic told that he is set to return to Europe after 20 years in the United States. Visnjic, who has split his time between the Los Angeles communities of Santa Monica and Palos Verdes for the last three years, said he is ready to embark on a new chapter in his life.

Visnjic and his family will relocate from the United States to the United Kingdom next summer. He is now looking for a home in Cornwall. Visnjic informed Gloria that he is relocating to England in order to be closer to his Croatian relatives.

“The children in America mourn their grandma and grandpa terribly.”

In the United States, Visnjic is best recognized for his performances as Dr. Luka Kova on NBC’s ER and Garcia Flynn on Timeless. He and his actors were nominated for two Screen Actors Guild Awards for their work on ER. Visnjic recently starred as Ante Gotovina in the film ‘General,’ which is now playing in Croatian theaters.

Goran Visnjic (born July 20, 1972) is a Croatian actor. From an early age he was interested in acting and joined the amateur acting club on his high-school. In the 1990s he studied acting at the Academy of Dramatic Art in Zagreb.. Read more about goran visnjic 2023 and let us know what you think.