Bojana Novakovic is a Serbian-Australian citizen. She has contributed as an actress and is famous for her roles in movies such as
The Little Death
and ‘Devil’. She has also shared the screen space with Adelaide Clemens and
in Generation Um. She was also paired opposite
Edge Of Darkness
. She has performed in television show ‘
’ as the character named Bianca. She is now a part of the forthcoming science fiction project Beyond
, which is a continuation to the movie ‘Skyline’.
Bojana was born in Yugoslavia. She traveled to Australia at the age of seven. She originally wanted to become a doctor or a social worker, but due to some incidents in her life she developed her mind and chose to proceed to work in the arts field. Bojana did her college from The McDonald College and further graduated from NIDA with a degree in Dramatic Arts in BA. In 2003, Bojana performed the role Randa in Marking Time, a mini-series aired on the ABC channel.
The role of Randa won the AFI Award for the category of Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama or Comedy. She has been a part of movies like ‘
’, ‘Blackrock’, The Monkey's Mask, Strange Fits Of Passion, ‘Optimistic’, ‘
’, ‘Skinning’ and much more. From the time frame of 2007 to 2009, she performed the role of Tippi in Satisfaction for showtime Australia. Her other roles include in movies like Generation Um, Drag Me To Hell, Burning Man, Devil and Edge of Darkness.
Her theater work consists of Strange Fruit, These People, Away of the Sydney Theatre Company; in Melbourne Theatre Company: The Female of the Species, Woyzeck for which she was nominated in the category of best-supporting actress by Helpmann award, Criminology, Eldorado and Necessary Targets held at Malthouse Theatre, which is in Melbourne. Bojana also manages her personal theater company, named Ride On Theatre. The co-director of the company is served by Tanya Goldberg.
She has also served as a producer for Ride On Theatre in 2004,
in 2006 for which she was recognized as the best actress. In 2008, she moved into direction and worked for Fake Porno in Melbourne, which was even part of the Powerhouse season which was held in Brisbane. The show was nominated by the Green Room in the category of best production. She even served as the director and writer for Outside of Ride On, along with the Black Lung Theatre.
In 2010, Bojana received a nomination as the Best Actress for her outstanding role in Edge of Darkness by the International Awards Bojana played the role of a pretty prostitute-turned-law-student in Rake opposite
for Fox Series. She later played the character of Clare Hitchens in a horror film
, which was directed by
. The Little Death, in which she played the character of an ABC pilot, was first shown at The Toronto Film Festival in 2015.