Serbian movie actresses born in the year 1978

Here are 5 famous actresses from Serbia were born in 1978:

Jelena Stupljanin

Jelena Stupljanin (June 30, 1978 Belgrade-) is a Serbian actor.

She graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, Serbia, and began her acting career on stage before transitioning to film and television. Stupljanin has appeared in numerous Serbian and international films, including "Circles" and "The Sky Above Us," both of which were nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards. She has also received critical acclaim for her performances in theater productions, winning the "Golden Mask" award for Best Actress in Serbia in 2012. In addition to her acting career, Stupljanin is also a professor at the Faculty of Arts in Niš, Serbia, where she teaches acting.

Milica Gutovic

Milica Gutovic (February 11, 1978 Belgrade-) is a Serbian actor.

She started her acting career in youth theaters and later moved on to mainstream productions in Serbia. Milica is best known for her work in theater, including performances in productions at the National Theater in Belgrade and the Yugoslav Drama Theater.

Apart from her stage work, Milica also acted in several notable films and television series. She made her big-screen debut in 2002 in the film Savior, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. She also appeared in the popular Serbian TV series The Storks Will Return and The Written-Off Return.

Throughout her career, Milica has been awarded numerous awards and accolades for her work in the acting field. She is recognized as one of the top actresses in Serbia and is known for her versatility and range on stage and screen.

Angela Gregovic

Angela Gregovic (September 26, 1978 Belgrade-) a.k.a. Andjela Gregovic is a Serbian actor.

She graduated from the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad in 2001 and started her career in theater, performing in various productions such as "The Marriage of Figaro" and "The Death of Tarelkin". In 2004, she made her screen debut in the movie "Sutra ujutru" directed by Oleg Novkovic. She gained wider recognition for her role in the popular Serbian TV series "Ubice mog oca" (My Father's Killers) in 2016. Throughout her career, she has won several awards for her performances including Best Supporting Actress at the Montenegro Film Festival in 2012. In addition to her work in film and television, Gregovic has also worked as a voice actress and has lent her voice to various animated characters in Serbian dubs of foreign films. Off-screen, Gregovic is known for her philanthropic work and activism, particularly for animal rights.

Ana Sakic

Ana Sakic (November 25, 1978 Kruševac-) is a Serbian actor.

She is best known for her performances in Serbian and international film and television industry. Ana Sakic started her acting career with a role in the highly successful Serbian television series "Folks, Our Folks" in 2001, and since then she has appeared in many popular Serbian productions such as "Munje!" (2001), "Belgrade Trilogy" (2001), and "Seljaci" (2006-2008).

Her international breakthrough came with her role in the critically acclaimed 2010 movie, "The Fourth Man," directed by Dejan Zecevic. She has also starred in several other international productions including "As If I Am Not There" (2010), "Life is a Miracle" (2004), and "Goran" (2016).

Apart from acting, Ana Sakic is also known for her philanthropic work. She is actively involved in several humanitarian organizations, including UNICEF and the Red Cross, and has served as a spokesperson for several campaigns aimed at raising awareness about important social issues.

Ivana Scepanovic

Ivana Scepanovic (June 1, 1978 Belgrade-) is a Serbian actor.

She graduated from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and began her acting career in 2002. Ivana quickly gained recognition for her versatile acting skills and has appeared in numerous Serbian films, including "The Trap" and "White White World." She has also had success on television, starring in the popular series "Budva na pjenu od mora" and "Senke nad Balkanom." In addition to her acting career, Ivana is a dedicated human rights activist and has worked with several organizations to raise awareness about social issues in Serbia.

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