Ana Stanić

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Ana Stanić
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Background information
Birth name Ana Stanić
Born (1975-12-08) 8 December 1975 (age 41)
Niš, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
Origin Belgrade, Serbia
Genres Pop, Pop rock, R&B
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, composer, film producer
Years active 1994–present
Labels PGP RTS, Automatic Records, City Records
Associated acts Moby Dick
Website Official Site

Ana Stanić (Serbian Cyrillic: Ана Станић, born December 8, 1975 in Niš, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian pop singer, songwriter, composer, and film producer.



In 1994, she became the singer in pop-dance duo Moby Dick. They recorded three albums, which sold in over 300,000 copies in FR Yugoslavia. They also had one sold-out concert in Sava Center in Belgrade. As a member of duo, she wrote some of their most successful songs, like Nostalgija and Nema nas više.

In 1998, Ana Stanić left the band Moby Dick, and started her successful solo career. First solo appearance happened on Budva Festival when she performed a song Molila Sam Anđele, which she wrote together with Ivana Pavlović who later formed band Negative.

She recorded six studio albums: Metar iznad asfalta (1998), Ana Stanić (1999), Vidim te kad (1999), Tri (2000), U ogledalu (2004), Sudar[1] (2008) and Priča Za Pamćenje (2015).

One of her fans is Serbian politician Božidar Đelić. He appeared on her presentation of Sudar in June 2008.[2]


In 1994, Stanić attended Academy of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, class for film and TV production.

Stanić produced the 2001 Serbian film Absolute Hundred, directed by Srdan Golubović. The film earned eight awards. She also had cameo appearance in few movies.

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