Braňo was born in Košice (eastern Slovakia) and at a very early age he showed musical talents. He began acting in small roles in children's theatre, which resulted in important parts in movies and television. In 1997, he was selected as the title role in the musical "Oliver!". This ran for a year and a half resulting in 150 performances.
In June 1998, Braňo released his CD "Kik Flip". A music video was made for the song Bazény (Basins). His acting in Oliver earned him a role in the television mini series "Like Wild Geese" in 1998, a major role in the film "All My Loved Ones" and in 1999 earned the lead role in "Thomas the Falconer".
Braňo is continuing with his singing and acting, and in February 2001 he entered the Prague Conservatory.
Braňo Holiček Fr(Tous mes proches): the story of a Czech-Jewish family during World War II and how Nicholas Winton, a man who saved hundreds of Czech-Jewish children, helped to rescue them from the Nazis. As in many Holocaust stories, Minac's feature combines elements of heroism, pure horror at the events in question, and complex personal emotions. This tale of survival and an ordinary person working to do good in the face of evil, and at great personal risk, is inspiring, if a bit familiar
Fr: Au Moyen Age, en Slovaquie dans la foręt qui entoure le château du seigneur Balador, vit Thomas âgé de 13 ans. Il est amoureux de Formina, fille du seigneur. Thomas comprend le langage des bętes et possčde le don inné de les apprivoiser. Et c'est grâce ŕ l'aide d'un grand faucon qu'il sauve Ostrick, le fiancé de Formina. Le seigneur Balador lui propose richesse et honneurs, mais Thomas retourne vivre dans la foręt.