The Serbians are a vibrant community of people hailing from Serbia as well as Bosnia, Herzegovina and Montenegro, and form significant minorities in Croatia, the Republic of Macedonia and Slovenia. Serbians are particularly known for their rich literary heritage. The history of Serbian literature begins with theological works from the 10th- and 11th centuries, and has prospered since the early 19th century. The most well known authors are Ivo Andrić, Miloš Crnjanski, Meša Selimović, Borislav Pekić, Branko Miljković, and Danilo Kiš. Svetlana Velmar-Janković and Gordana Kuić are the best known female novelists in Serbia today. Architect Milan Zloković was one of the founders of the Group of Architects of Modern Expressions, while Ivan Antić is considered one of the former Yugoslavia's best post-war architects. Distinguished sculptor and academic Simeon Roksandić, is frequently cited as one of the most renowned figures in Yugoslavian sculpture. Athletic and hardworking, Serbians have also made a name for themselves in the field of sports. Serbian born Monica Seles and Novak Djokovic are among the best tennis players the world has ever seen. This section provides you information about the life and works of famous Serbians.
Novak DjokovicNovak Djokovic
(Tennis Star)

22 May 1987

Sasha AlexanderSasha Alexander

17 May 1973

Gavrilo PrincipGavrilo Princip
(Assassinator of Archduke Franz Ferdinand)

25 July 1894

Lieserl EinsteinLieserl Einstein
(Albert Einstein's Daughter)

27 January 1902

Bojana NovakovicBojana Novakovic

17 November 1981

Masha MandzukaMasha Mandzuka
(Fashion Stylist)

1975 AD

Jelena DjokovicJelena Djokovic
(Novak Djokovic's Wife)

17 June 1986

Sandra BlazicSandra Blazic

14 April 1970

Sascha BajinSascha Bajin
(Tennis Coach)

04 October 1984

Mihajlo Idvorski PupinMihajlo Idvorski Pupin

09 October 1858

Slobodan MilosevicSlobodan Milosevic
(Former President of Serbia & the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)

20 August 1941

Marija ŽeželjMarija Žeželj
(Serbian Singer, YouTuber)

20 November 1999

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See page for author [Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsMileva Marić

19 December 1875

Ivica DačićIvica Dačić
(Former Prime Minister of Serbia)

01 January 1966

Boris TadićBoris Tadić
(Former President of Serbia)

15 January 1958

Emina JahovićEmina Jahović

15 January 1982

Granny JelaGranny Jela
Jana DačovićJana Dačović
(YouTube Personality)

14 February 1999

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(YouTube Gamer)

04 September 1998

Jelena KarleušaJelena Karleuša
(Singer, Columnist)

17 August 1978

Aleksandar KolarovAleksandar Kolarov
(Serbian footballer)

10 November 1985

Emir KusturicaEmir Kusturica
(Actor, Film producer, Film director, Screenwriter, Musician, Guitarist)

24 November 1954

Peter II of YugoslaviaPeter II of Yugoslavia

06 September 1923

Mateja KežmanMateja Kežman

12 April 1979

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Saint SavaSaint Sava
(Saint, priest, writer)

1169 AD

Valon BehramiValon Behrami
(Association football player)

19 April 1985

Viktor TroickiViktor Troicki
(Tennis player)

10 February 1986


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0263 AD


23 May 0359

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Nemanja GudeljNemanja Gudelj

16 November 1991

Alexander I of SerbiaAlexander I of Serbia

14 August 1876

Marco HuckMarco Huck

11 November 1984

Daniel NestorDaniel Nestor
(Tennis player)

04 September 1972

Ljubomir FejsaLjubomir Fejsa

14 August 1988

Stefan NemanjaStefan Nemanja

1113 AD

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Antonio RukavinaAntonio Rukavina
(Serbian footballer)

26 January 1984

Vojislav KoštunicaVojislav Koštunica
(Politician, prime minister)

24 March 1944

Aleksandar KataiAleksandar Katai
(Serbian footballer)

06 February 1991

Constantius IIIConstantius III

0370 AD

Herennius EtruscusHerennius Etruscus

0220 AD


0530 AD

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0331 AD

Danijel LjubojaDanijel Ljuboja

04 September 1978

Peter I of YugoslaviaPeter I of Yugoslavia

11 July 1844

Claudius IIClaudius II

10 May 0210

Maximinus DaiaMaximinus Daia

20 November 0270

Péter LékóPéter Lékó
(Chess Grandmaster)

08 September 1979

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Neven SuboticNeven Subotic

10 December 1988

Stefan Uroš IV Dušan of SerbiaStefan Uroš IV Dušan of Serbia

26 July 1308

Ana IvanovićAna Ivanović
(Tennis Player)

06 November 1987

Branislav NušićBranislav Nušić

20 October 1864

Dragan DžajićDragan Džajić

30 May 1946

Dragan StojkovićDragan Stojković
(Serbian footballer)

03 March 1965

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Filip VujanovićFilip Vujanović

01 September 1954

Jelena DokićJelena Dokić

12 April 1983

Jelena JankovićJelena Janković
(Serbian tennis player)

28 February 1985

Josip JelačićJosip Jelačić
(Military officer)

16 October 1801

Marija ŠerifovićMarija Šerifović
(Serbian singer)

14 November 1984

Marko PantelićMarko Pantelić

15 September 1978

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Milan JovanovićMilan Jovanović

18 April 1981

Milan StankovićMilan Stanković

09 September 1987

Miloš KrasićMiloš Krasić

01 November 1984

Miloš Obrenović I, Prince of SerbiaMiloš Obrenović I, Prince of Serbia
(Prince of Serbia)

18 March 1780

Milutin MilankovićMilutin Milanković
(Mathematician,Astronomer, Climatologist, Geophysicist, Civil engineer)

28 May 1879

Mirko CvetkovićMirko Cvetković
(Prime Minister)

16 August 1950

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Nemanja MatićNemanja Matić

01 August 1988

Nemanja MatićNemanja Matić

01 August 1988

Nemanja VidićNemanja Vidić
(Serbian footballer)

21 October 1981

Nikola ŽigićNikola Žigić

25 September 1980

Savo MiloševićSavo Milošević

02 September 1973

Tomislav NikolićTomislav Nikolić

15 February 1952

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Vladimir StojkovićVladimir Stojković

28 July 1983

Vuk Stefanović KaradžićVuk Stefanović Karadžić

06 November 1787

Željko JoksimovićŽeljko Joksimović
(Serbian singer)

20 April 1972