Svetlana Bojković

Svetlana Bojković
Born Svetlana Bojković
(1947-12-14) 14 December 1947
Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia
Occupation Actress
Years active 1967-2012
Spouse(s) Miloš Žutić (?-?)
Ljubomir Muci Draškić (1985-2004)
Slavko Kruljević (2011-)
Awards Pula Film Festival
Best Actress
1978 The Dog Who Loved Trains
Žanka Stokić Award
Dobričin prsten


Svetlana "Ceca" Bojković (Serbian Cyrillic: Светлана "Цеца" Бојковић, born 14 December 1947, in Belgrade, SFR Yugoslavia) is an award-winning Serbian actress.

She began her career in 1967 in the film Jednog dana moj Jamele, but her greatest movie success came ten years later with the role of Mika in the social drama The Dog Who Loved Trains. Bojković was one of the biggest Serbian TV stars during the 1990s, due to the roles she played in nationally popular TV series produced by screenwriter Siniša Pavić.

In 1978, Bojković was awarded Golden Arena for Best Actress in the Pula Film Festival for her role in the film The Dog Who Loved Trains, аnd in 2003 she was the first laureate of Žanka Stokić Award.[1]


Bojković graduated from Belgrade's Faculty of Drama Arts in 1970, and during her career played many roles in theater, as well as in the film and on the television. For the last two decades she was mostly engaged in theater Atelje 212.[2]


Svetlana Bojković has a daughter Кatarina Žutić, also an actress, with actor Miloš Žutić.

Bojković married for the third time in 2011 to the diplomat Slavko Kruljević, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia to Finland and Estonia.[3]

In 2012 she moved to Helsinki alongside her husband.,[4] and temporarily ended her active acting career.[5]



  1. "Press Online :: Džet set :: (FOTO) Dari Džokić dodeljena nagrada "Žanka Stokić"". Retrieved 4 January 2014. (in Serbian)
  2. "Svetlana Bojković - Atelje 212". 1 June 2011. Retrieved 4 January 2014. (in Serbian)
  3. "Udala se Svetlana Bojković - Hello". 1 June 2011. Retrieved 4 January 2014. (in Serbian)
  4. "Svetlana Bojković - Helsinki Times". 19 September 2013. Retrieved 4 January 2014.
  5. "Svetlana Bojković napušta glumu". 19 January 2012. Retrieved 4 January 2014. (in Serbian)
  6. "Pas koji je voleo vozove". Retrieved 4 January 2014.
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