Ioan Fiscuteanu (Romanian pronunciation: [i'o?an fisku'te?anu]; 19 November 1937 – 8 December 2007) was a Romanian theater and film actor.He last worked at the National Theater in Târgu Mure?.
He was born in Sânmihaiu de Câmpie, Bistri?a-Nasaud County.
The role of Dante Remus Lazarescu in the 2005 film The Death of Mr.
Lazarescu brought Fiscuteanu critical acclaim, as well as the Golden Swan award for best actor at the Copenhagen International Film Festival.
He also played supporting roles in notable Romanian films such as Nae Caranfil's Asphalt Tango (1993), Serban Marinescu's The Earth's Most Beloved Son (1993) and Lucian Pintilie's The Oak (1992).
He died in Târgu Mure?, aged 70, from cancer.