Sloboda Mićalović

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Sloboda Mićalović
Born Sloboda Mićalović
(1981-08-21) 21 August 1981 (age 36)
Leskovac, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
Occupation Actress
Years active 2001–present
Spouse(s) Vojin Ćetković (2008–present)

Sloboda Mićalović Ćetković or better known by Sloboda Mićalović (Serbian Cyrillic: Слобода Мићаловић Ћетковић; born 21 August 1981) is a Serbian actress, known for her roles in film Zona Zamfirova, and television series M(j)ešoviti brak and Ranjeni orao.

Early and personal life[edit]

Sloboda Mićalović was born on 21 August 1981 in Leskovac, Yugoslavia. She is a daughter of actor Dragan Mićalović, and has two sisters, Mirjana and Dragana.[1] As a child, Mićalović wanted to be an opera singer and took serious singing lessons.[1]

Mićalović is a close friend of actresses Zorana Bečić and Ana Franić.[1] In 2008 she married fellow actor Vojin Ćetković[1] in Belgrade and took his surname, thus she is commonly dubbed Sloboda Mićalović–Ćetković. In the February 2010 she gave birth to twin girls, Mila and Vera.[1] The couple and their children live in Novi Beograd, Belgrade.


Mićalović began her career on stage.[1] After small roles on film and television, she made her breakthrough with the role of Vaske in 2002 film Zona Zamfirova, starring Katarina Radivojević and Vojin Ćetković. Mićalović then portrayed Jelena Čađenović in the RTV Pink television series M(j)ešoviti brak, starring Milutin Karadžić and Dara Džokić, from 2003 to 2007. In 2007 and 2008 she acted in Serbo-Croatian television series Ne daj se, Nina, a version of telenovela Yo soy Betty, la fea, and also appeared as Queen Natalija Obrenović in television film Kraljevina Srbija.[2]

In 2008 and 2009 Mićalović starred in the RTS television series Ranjeni orao, which became the most-watched Serbian television series of all time.[3] She was also considered for the role of Katarina in 2009 film Sveti Georgije ubiva aždahu,[1] eventually given to Nataša Janjić.[4] In 2011/2012 she starred in television series Nepobedivo srce.


Year Film Role Notes
2002 Klasa 2002 Cameo Appearance Television Film
Zona Zamfirova Vaske(2001)
Ko čeka dočeka Cameo Appearance Television Film
2003 Ilka Draga
2004 Pljačka Trećeg rajha Sana
2008 Kraljevina Srbija Queen Natalija Obrenović Television Film
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Podijum Emanuela
2003 Laku noć, deco Herself Guest Appearance
2003—2007 M(j)ešoviti brak Jelena Čađenović
2004 Tragom Karađorđa Jelena
2007—2008 Ne daj se, Nina Vanesa Tintor
2008—2009 Ranjeni orao Anđelka Bojanić


Soundtrack albums[edit]


External links[edit]

New title Serbian Oscar Of Popularity
The Female Actor of the Year

Succeeded by
Ljiljana Stjepanović