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List of people from Serbia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

List of people from Serbia is a list of notable people from Serbia. The list contains names of people who are associated with Serbia and its territory by their place of birth, and also by naturalization, domicile, citizenship or some other similar connection, modern or historical. List is territorially defined, and includes all people from Serbia, regardless of their ethnic, linguistic, religious or some other personal distinctions.

Royalty and nobility

Serbian monarchs

Jovan Vladimir
Jovan Vladimir
Saint Simeon (Stefan Nemanja)
Saint Simeon (Stefan Nemanja)
Stefan the First-Crowned
Stefan the First-Crowned
Stefan Milutin
Stefan Milutin
Stefan Dušan
Stefan Dušan
Karađorđe
Karađorđe
Miloš Obrenović
Miloš Obrenović
Mihailo Obrenović
Mihailo Obrenović
Nikola I Petrović-Njegoš
Nikola I Petrović-Njegoš
Petar I Karađorđević
Petar I Karađorđević

Serbian princesses

Princess Milica of Serbia
Princess Milica of Serbia
Helena Dragaš
Helena Dragaš

Serbian nobility

Politicians and diplomats

19th and the 20th century

Modern times

Military

Medieval and Early modern period

Modern

19th-century revolutionaries

See: List of Serbian Revolutionaries

Balkan Wars and World War I
World War II
Yugoslav wars

Foreign service

Various states
Russian Empire
Ottoman Empire
USA

For Serbian American military personnel, see this list

Religion

Heads of the Serbian Orthodox Church
Theologians

Artists

Visual artists

Architects

Sculptors

Painters, cartoonists, illustrators

Designers

Photographers

Writers

Medieval

Baroque

Enlightenment

Rationalism

Rationalism to Romanticism

Romanticism

Realism

Moderna

Avant-Garde

Contemporary

Performing artists

Actors

Film/TV directors and screenwriters

Models

Musicians

Singers and rappers

Music performers

Composers

Opera singers

  • Biserka Cvejić (born 1923), Serbian famous opera singer and university professor, mezzo-soprano
  • Radmila Bakočević (born 1933), spinto soprano
  • Oliver Njego (born 1959), baritone, student of Bakočević, who also crossed over into popular music, eventually becoming a prominent opera singer.
  • Nikola Mijailović (born 1973), baritone
  • David Bižić (born 1975), baritone
  • Laura Pavlović, lyric and spinto soprano opera singer, and a soloist with the Serbian National Theatre Opera in Novi Sad.
  • Radmila Smiljanić, classical soprano who has had an active international career in operas and concerts since 1965. She is particularly known for her portrayals of heroines from the operas of Giuseppe Verdi and Giacomo Puccini.[51]
  • Milena Kitic, Serbian-born American mezzo-soprano

Dancers and choreographers

Journalists and critics

Scientists and scholars

Natural science

Philosophers

Historians and archeologists

Economists and sociologysts

Editors and publishers

Linguists and philologists

Legal experts and lawyers

Business entrepreneures

Criminals

Sportspeople

Basketball

Baseball

Chess

Football

Tennis

Boxers

Ice hockey

Other sports

For Serbian-American American football players, see this list; for baseball players, see this list.

Other

Spies

YouTubers

Fictional and mythological characters

See also

References

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