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Miroslav graduated at the Janáček’s Academy of performing Arts in Brno in 1973. Already during the studies, he had became his long collaboration with the legendary Czech theatre „Husa na provázku“, where he shortly became a leading member of its company. Miroslav’s engagement in National Theatre’s drama department started in 1990. He started there in Chekhov's „Uncle Vanya“, followed by the Horváth’s play „Casimir and Carolina“ and Shakespeare’s comedy „As you like it“. Then he performed several other considerable roles in plays like „The Cherry Orchard“ (A. P.Chekhov), „Wild Duck“ (H. Ibsen), „Midsummer Night's Dream“ (W. Shakespeare), „Don Juan“ (Moliére) and many, many others. His most legendary role is Truffaldino in Goldoni’s „Servant of two masters“, this play is one of the most favourite czech drama productions for more then 10 years. He is also very popular for his television and film roles, he has his own TV talk show several times honoured by the most prestigious Czech film awards and by the TV viewers awards as well.