Kristina Krepela

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Kristina Krepela
Born Kristina Krepela
(1979-09-04) 4 September 1979 (age 38)
Zagreb, Socialist Republic of Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia
Years active 2003 — present

Kristina Krepela (born 4 September 1979) is a Croatian actress, the best known for playing in movies La Femme Musketeer and The Hunting Party and in telenovela Ne daj se, Nina, the Croatian version of Ugly Betty.


Krepela trained on the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Zagreb.

Her first role was in the short-movie Leptir (Butterfly), in 2003. Her next role was not so small. She played the Spanish Infanta Maria Theresa in Hallmark Channel television movie La Femme Musketeer, along with Gérard Depardieu, Michael York, Nastassja Kinski, John Rhys-Davies and Susie Amy.

She returned to Zagreb, taking role of Ivana in Croatian telenovela Ljubav u zaledju (Love in the Offside). In 2007, she had a little appearance in the movie The Hunting Party, along with Richard Gere.

Since October 2007, Krepela has played Barbara in Ne daj se, Nina (Don't Give Up, Nina), Croatian version of Ugly Betty and unknown woman in Game of Thrones .


Year Project Role Notes
2003 Leptir (Butterfly) Mother Film
2004 La Femme Musketeer Princess Maria Theresa TV Film; along with Michael York, Gérard Depardieu, Nastassja Kinski, John Rhys-Davies and Susie Amy.
2005 Ljubav u zaledju (Love in the Offside) Ivana Telenovela
2007 The Hunting Party Marda Film, along with Richard Gere.
2007-2008 Ne daj se, Nina (Don't Give Up, Nina) Barbara Vidic Telenovela, re-make of Ugly Betty.
2010 Neke druge price (Some Other Stories) Gost na partiju 7 Anthology: "Hrvatska prica"
2010 Bibin svijet Valerija Valentini Episode: "Ducan s duplerice"
2011 Stipe u gostima Darija Episode: "Nesanica"
2012 Missing Mother Episode: "Measure Of A Man"
2012 Game of Thrones Quartheen Woman "The Ghost of Harrenhal"
2013 Mahmut ile Meryem (Mahmut & Meryem) Ceylan
2013 3 Yol (Crossroads) Zrinka, Zuleyha
2015 Dig Miriam Episode: "Meet The Rosenbergs"

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