Xhevdet Jashari was born on 21 April 1978. A graduate of the Skopje Faculty of Dramatic Arts (2002), in the class of Professor Refet Abazi. He currently works in the Albanian Theatre in Skopje.
He’s had the leading role in several dramas, including Martin McDonagh’s “A Behanding”, directed by Qëndrim Rijani; “Life on rent” of Refet Abazi, directed by Luca Cortina; Vaclav Havel’s “The Beggar’s Opera”, directed by Dino Mustafich; “Funny Money” by Rey Cooney, directed by Ilir Bokshi; Ismail Kadare’s “General of the Dead Army”, directed by Dino Mustafich; “Peer Gynt” by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Slobodan Unkovski; “Towards oneself” by Kim Mehmeti, directed by Gjergj Prevazi; Martin McDonagh’s “Pillow-man”, directed by Sofija Ristevska;...
“Neighbours” by Henri Adam, directed by Srgjan Janakjievikj, as well as Mesha Selimovich’s “Dervish and The Death”, directed by Vladimir Milchin.
In addition, Xhevdet has also worked with Kosovo’s National Theatre and the Tetovo Theatre, playing in Refet Abazi’s “Silence”, directed by Arta Kallaba; “The Rebels” by Edna Mazia, directed by Bujar Luma; “The Aquarium” by Refet Abazi, directed by Luca Cortina and numerous other plays.
His qualities have been further demonstrated on the big screen, playing in Fatmir Koci’s “Time of the Comet”; “I am from Titov Veles” and “How I killed a Saint” by Teona Mitevska; “Bal-Can-Can” by Darko Mitrevski; “Punk’s not dead” by Vlado Blazevski; “Father” by Visar Morina, etc. Finally, his serial drama highlights include the Turkish serial “Elveda Rumeli” (Goodbye, Rumeli), which has seen several reruns, as well as DIGITALB’s “Oh, it feels so good”.