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BOJANA NOVAKOVIC (Emma Craven) most recently starred in director Sam Raimi's horror thriller "Drag Me to Hell.” In 2006, she starred in the independent film "The Optimists,” for director Goran Paskaljevic, which took top awards at several international film festivals, and in Morgan O'Neill's crime drama "Solo,” winner of Australia's Project Greenlight competition.

Novakovic's additional film credits include "The Monkey's Mask,” "Strange Fits of Passion,” and the Australian independent film "Thunderstruck.” She will next star in the drama "Skinning” for director Stevan Filipovic, and in the thriller "Devil,” set for a 2011 release.

In 2004 she won an Australian Film Institute Award for her role in the network drama "Marking Time.” In 2008, she earned a nomination from the Australian Subscription Television and Radio Association Awards for her role in the Showtime Australia series "Satisfaction.”

Born in Serbia, Novakovic moved with her family to Australia when she was seven. She began acting at twelve, and was cast in her first film, "Blackrock,” at 15. She studied at the McDonald College in Sydney, and graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in 2002.

In addition to her screen and television credits, she has a varied repertoire of theatrical performances and has worked with some of Australia's most prestigious theatre directors and State Theatre Companies, including the Melbourne Theatre Company and the Sydney Theatre Company. She is a co-founder of Ride On Theatre and has received numerous awards for her work with the company, including "Fake Porno,” which she adapted, directed and produced, and which opened to critical acclaim in Melbourne, earning three Green Room Award nominations; and "Debris,” for which she earned two Green Room Award nominations in 2007 as both producer and performer. Among her other notable stage accomplishments are "Criminology,” "Eldorado,” and "Woyzek” for the Malthouse Theatre Company, for which she earned numerous Helpman Award nominations; "Strange Fruit,” "These People” and "Away” for the Sydney Theatre Company; and "Romeo and Juliet,” for Bell Shakespeare Company.


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