Jovana Stojiljkovic (27) was born in Belgrade where she broke into acting by attending Nenad Nenadovic’s acting school. While in the third year of her secondary acting education, Stojiljkovic landed her first movie role in Maja Milos’ CLIP. She graduated acting at the Faculty of Drama Arts in Belgrade, in the class of Professor Dragan Petrovic.
She got her first TV role at 11 years old, when she appeared in television drama FIRST CHRISTMAS VISITOR produced for the Serbian public broadcaster RTS. During her university studies, she was cast as lead role in Pavlo Vuckovic’s PANAMA which garnered her numerous awards at film festivals in Serbia and abroad. She also appeared in Oleg Novkovic’s FATHERLAND, S.Koljevic’s I DEFENDED YOUNG BOSNIA, I.Stefanovic’s LOVE ISN'T ALWAYS ON TIME and in D.Bjelogrlic’s TV series SHADOWS OVER BALKAN. In 2018, she achieved major success with her appearance in TV series MORNING CHANGES EVERYTHING and feature film SOUTH WIND in which she played one of the main roles.
She is a member of Belgrade-based Atelje 212 Theater’s company and is also appearing on stage in Yugoslav Drama Theater, as well as in Zvezdara and Bosko Buha theaters.