Natasa Stankovic is a Serbian dancer, actress, and model. Currently based in Mumbai, India, Stankovic is best known for her appearances in popular Indian TV shows such as Nach Baliye and Bigg Boss. Natasa Stankovic has also appeared in several popular Bollywood films like Satyagraha, Fukrey Returns, and Zero. She's also known as the wife of Indian cricketer Hardik Pandya.
Danica Curcic is a Serbian-Danish actress best known for her portrayal of Sanne in the 2014 Danish drama film Silent Heart, for which she received the Bodil Award under the Best Actress in a Leading Role category. In 2014, Danica Curcic was also honored at the Berlin International Film Festival with the prestigious Shooting Star Award.
Branka Katic is a Serbian actress best known for her portrayal of Ida in the 1998 Serbian romantic black comedy movie Black Cat, White Cat. She has also played important roles in many TV series, including American drama television series Big Love.
Nina Senicar is a Serbian model and actress based in Los Angeles, USA. Senicar, who started her career as a TV presenter and model, achieved popularity in Italy before establishing herself as an actress in Hollywood. In addition to being an actress, Nina Senicar also works closely with humanitarian organizations like Pangea Onlus, which supports women around the world.
Jelena Gavrilović is a Serbian singer and actress. Over the course of her career, Gavrilović has played important roles in popular films like Human Zoo and A Serbian Film. Jelena Gavrilović started her career as a theater actress before establishing herself as a popular film and TV actress.
Milena Dravic was a film, TV, and theatre actress from Serbia. She is best remembered for her portrayal of Ranka in the 1962 film Prekobrojna, for which she received the prestigious Golden Arena under the Best Actress category. A versatile actress, Milena Dravic was also the recipient of Pavle Vujisić Award and the Dobričin prsten lifetime achievement award.
Nadja Regin was a Serbian actress who achieved international prominence during the 1960s by appearing in British television series like The Benny Hill Show, Maigret, and Danger Man. Regin is one of the few actresses to have played important roles in two James Bond films; From Russia with Love and Goldfinger. Nadja Regin also had a prolific literary career.
Isidora Simijonovic is a Serbian actress best known for her portrayal of Saša in the popular television series, Jutro će promeniti sve. She is also known for playing Ruža in the famous crime television series Ubice moga oca. Isidora Simijonović achieved popularity at age 16, when she played the lead in the film Klip, for which she won several awards.
Filiz Ahmet is a Macedonian-Turkish actress known for playing Zarife and Nigar Kalfa in Elveda Rumeli and Muhteşem Yüzyıl respectively. Ahmet, who started her career as a stage actress, went on to establish herself as a prominent TV and film actress. The fact that Filiz Ahmet can speak multiple languages, including English, Albanian, and Swedish, has helped advance her career.
Nataša Bekvalac is a Serbian singer, actress, and model. She achieved popularity in 2011 when she was named Female Pop Singer of the Year at Oskar Popularnosti. In 2020, she won the Music Video of the Year award at the Music Awards Ceremony. Bekvalac is also renowned for her support for the LGBT community and is considered a gay icon.
Sloboda Micalovic is a Serbian actress best known for playing important roles in films and TV series like Zona Zamfirova and Ranjeni orao. Micalovic, who started her career on stage, landed her breakthrough film role of Vaske in the 2002 comedy drama film Zona Zamfirova. Since then, she has appeared in major film and TV productions.
Marija Karan is a Serbian actress who achieved international prominence after appearing in the American sitcom, Odd Mom Out. She has also played prominent roles in other English-language TV series and films like Covert Affairs, Casualty, and Dark Relic.
Natasa Ninkovic is a Serbian actress who has played prominent roles in popular films like War Live, Savior, The Trap, and The Professional. Also a critically acclaimed theatre actress, Natasa Ninkovic has received many prestigious awards such as the Best Actress award at the 2002 National Theatre in Belgrade Annual Awards and the 2005 Belgrade Drama Theatre Annual Awards.
Serbian-Turkish pop singer Emina Jahović, one of the highest-paid artists in the Balkans, began her career with music festivals and later appeared as a judge on X Factor Adria. Emina has also appeared in the soap Lale Devri and now owns brands such as Yaemina Beauty and Loud body care.
Sonja Savic was a Serbian actress best remembered for her husky voice and impressive performances in Yugoslav films of the 1980s. Savić was also an outspoken critic of the government and the direction her country was heading in terms of political and cultural values. Sonja Savić was reported to have died of drug overdose in 2008 at age 47.
Stanija Dobrojević is a Serbian reality television personality and glamour model. She first achieved popularity in 2012, when she took part as a contestant in the popular television series, Survivor Srbija VIP: Costa Rica. Widely regarded as a sex symbol, Stanija Dobrojević has been featured in many famous magazines like Playboy, FHM, and Maxim.
Lidija Vukicevic is a Serbian actress and politician. She started her film career at the age of 22 when she appeared as a sexy housemaid named Lilika in Žikina dinastija. She was eventually typecast as a sex symbol in the Serbian film and TV industry. Also a politician, Vukicevic was part of the Serbian Radical Party from 2004 to 2012.
Arta Dobroshi is a Kosovo-Albanian actress who became the first Kosovar actress to receive a nomination for the prestigious European Film Award. She achieved this feat in 2008 for her portrayal of Lorna in the 2008 drama film Le Silence de Lorna. A critically acclaimed actress, Arta Dobroshi has also won the Shooting Stars Award at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Dragana Todorović, better known by her pseudonym, Bebi Dol, is a Serbian new wave/pop singer began her career with the band Trakus and then soared to fame with the track Mustafa. She represented Yugoslavia at the 1991 Eurovision. She has also appeared on reality TV shows such as Farma.
Jovana Joksimovic is a Serbian TV presenter who came into prominence after hosting the popular TV show, Jutarnji program. In May 2008, she was the co-host of Eurovision Song Contest along with Željko Joksimović. Since 2020, Jovana Joksimovic has been hosting the popular morning show UranaK1 on K1 TV.
Mirka Vasiljevic is a Serbian actress, television presenter, and occasional model. Having received the Rose d'Or nomination for Best Television Actress for her portrayal of Janja in Love, Habit, Panic at the age of 15, Mirka Vasiljevic is often counted among the most famous of the current generation of actors in Serbia.
Jelisaveta Orašanin is a Serbian actress best known for her portrayal of a prostitute named Tijana Popovic in the TV series Ubice mog oca from 2016 to 2018. She has also acted in films like Panama and From Love: Pula to Je Raj. Apart from appearing in films and TV series, Jelisaveta Orašanin also plays important roles in stage plays.
Ivana Sert is a Serbian-Turkish socialite, television personality, presenter, fashion designer, model, businesswoman, entrepreneur, and author. She is credited with founding the Ivana Sert brand, which sells beauty products. Ivana Sert is also a former beauty pageant titleholder and has competed in the Miss Globe International and Miss Yugoslavia pageants.
Mirjana Karanovic is a Serbian actress, screenwriter, and film director. Widely regarded as one of the best Serbian actresses of all time, Karanović achieved international acclaim for her portrayal of Esma Halilović in a 2006 film titled Grbavica, for which she also received a European Film Award nomination under the Best Actress category.
Katarina Radivojevic is a Serbian actress best known for playing important roles in films like Tears for Sale and Zona Zamfirova. In addition to acting in films and TV series, Katarina Radivojevic also performs in theatre.
Mirjana Jokovic is a Serbian actress best known for her portrayal of Natalija Zovkov in the 1995 comedy-drama film, Underground. Also an accomplished stage actress, Mirjana Joković is currently working as an acting teacher and Director of Performance for Acting in the California Institute of the Arts' Theater Faculty.
Usnija Redzepova was a Macedonian singer of Turkish and Romani origin. An exponent of folk and Romani music, Redžepova released a number of albums during her career. Usnija Redzepova is also remembered for her rendition of the main role in a Serbian play called Koštana.
Tanja Ribič is a Slovenian singer and actress. She first achieved popularity in 1997 when she competed at the Eurovision Song Contest with the song Zbudi se. Tanja Ribič has also played important roles in popular films and TV series.
Anica Dobra is a Serbian actress who achieved popularity early in her career when she won a Golden Arena for Best Actress for her portrayal of Olgica in the 1987 Yugoslav psychological horror film, Reflections. As a performer, Anica Dobra has also been honored with the Bavarian Film Award and the Zoran Radmilovic Award.
Katarina Zutic is a Serbian actress best known as the daughter of popular actors, Miloš Žutić and Svetlana Bojković. Over the course of her career, Katarina Žutić has won several prestigious awards at popular film festivals and comedy festivals.
Olivera Katarina is a Serbian singer, actress, and writer. Best known for playing Lenče in the 1967 Yugoslav film I Even Met Happy Gypsies, Katarina was counted among the most popular stars of Yugoslav cinema during the 1960s and the 1970s. As a singer, Olivera Katarina is renowned for performing music of various genres.
Jasna Duricic is a Serbian academic and actress. She is best known for her portrayal of the titular role in the 2020 Bosnian movie Quo Vadis, Aida? Her performance in the film earned her the Best Actress Award at the 34th European Film Awards in 2021. Jasna Duricic has also been honored at the Locarno International Film Festival.
Svetlana Bojkovic is a Serbian actress best known for playing Mika in the 1977 Yugoslav film The Dog Who Loved Trains, for which she was honored at the Pula Film Festival with the Golden Arena. Svetlana Bojković also achieved immense popularity as a TV actress during the 1990s. In 2003, she became the first recipient of the Žanka Stokić Award.
Tanja Bošković is a Serbian actress who has been active since 1974. Over the course of her career, Bošković has appeared in over 40 films, including popular Yugoslavian films like Balkan Express, War Live, All That Jack's, and Occupation in 26 Pictures. Tanja Bošković has also appeared in American films like Manifesto, where she played Olympia.
Tinka Kurti is an Albanian actress whose body of work includes over 150 theatre plays and 50 feature films. Over the course of her illustrious career, Tinka Kurti has been honored with several prestigious awards including the People's Artist of Albania medal.
Eva Ras is a Serbian actress, painter, and writer. In addition to winning several prestigious awards for her acting skills, Ras has also received many awards for her literary work. In 2005, Eva Ras was honored with the Man Booker International People's Prize for her work Born Dead.
At 16, Kathe von Nagy wanted to get married and thus her reluctant parents tucked her away to a convent to make her change her mind. She then wished to be an author but later became famous for her performances in French, German, and Hungarian films, and for her photo postcards.
Danina Jeftić is a Serbian actress who achieved popularity in 2010, when she played Rosa in the successful and popular film Montevideo, God Bless You! Her performance in the film earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the MTV Adria Movie Awards. A former handball player, Danina Jeftić represented the Australian junior female team before focusing solely on acting.
Ana Sofrenović is a Serbian actress who has played important roles in films like Premeditated Murder and Sky Hook. Ana Sofrenović has appeared in over 30 movies since 1994. In 2014, she was seen in The Kids from the Marx and Engels Street, which was sent to the 87th Academy Awards to compete in the Best Foreign Language Film category.
Mira Stupica was a Serbian actress best remembered for her contribution to theater. She also had an extensive career in films and on television and is often counted among the greatest Serbian actresses of all time. Mira Stupica enjoyed popularity as an actress for more than six decades and was recognized by her peers as the actress of the century.
Better known as the wife of actor Christian Bale, Sandra Blazic is a former make-up artist and has also been an assistant to actor Winona Ryder and producer Jordan Kerner. She was introduced to Bale by Ryder. The Serbian beauty has also been a stuntwoman in The Dark Knight Rises.
Albulena Kryeziu is an Albanian actress best known for her portrayal of Mimoza Ukaj in the popular Kosovar telenovela, Stinë dashurie. She is also known for playing Tringa Belegu in the Kosovar-Albanian television sitcom O sa mirë. In 2016, Albulena Kryeziu was honored at Mediterranean Film Festival and DC Festival with the Best Actress Award.
Elma Karlowa was a Yugoslav actress who was active from 1949 until her death in 1994. Over the course of her career, Karlowa contributed to both Yugoslav film and television industries. Elma Karlowa is remembered for her work in comedy films like A Child of the Community, The Girl Without Pyjamas, and Greetings and Kisses from Tegernsee.