Jasna Diklić

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Jasna Diklić
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Actress Jasna Diklic during a rehearsal for Sarajevo Red Line
Born (1946-03-08) March 8, 1946 (age 73)
Years active1977–present

Jasna Diklic (born March 8, 1946) is a Bosnian theatre and film actress. She was born in Sarajevo. Her mother was also an actress and a puppeteer. Diklić's first theatre experiences began at MESS Festival's experimental theatre studio, after which she proceeded to study acting at the Department of Performing Arts in Sarajevo.[1][2]

She was first engaged professionally by Banja Luka's National Theatre in 1969. Shortly thereafter, she was hired by a small Sarajevo theatre presently known as Kamerni Teatar 55.[3]

She has appeared in over 150 theatre and film roles. She has won a number of awards for her roles and is one of the founders of The Sarajevo War Theatre.[4]

In 2017, she has signed the Declaration on the Common Language of the Croats, Serbs, Bosniaks and Montenegrins.[5]


  • Kriza (TV series)
  • Shanghai Gypsy
  • Lud, zbunjen, normalan (TV series)
  • Belvedere
  • As If I Am Not There
  • Krv nije voda (TV series)
  • Pecat (TV series)
  • Ritam zivota
  • Duhovi Sarajeva
  • Viza za budućnost (TV series)
  • Skies Above the Landscape
  • Well Tempered Corpses
  • Crna hronika (TV series)
  • Viza za buducnost: Novogodisnji special (TV movie)
  • Fuse
  • Remake
  • Viza za buducnost: Novogodisnji special (TV movie)
  • Strijelac (TV movie)
  • The Perfect Circle
  • Sarajevske price (TV series)
  • Zagubljen govor (TV series)
  • I Ada
  • Brisani prostor (TV series)
  • Vatrogasac (TV movie)
  • Rascereceni (TV movie)
  • Shepherd
  • Udji, ako hoces


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