Here is the list of some of the most beautiful actresses from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Some of them are also talented singer, dancer, model, businesswomen, and former beauty queen. See the list below in alphabetical order. Note: This is just a list and not a ranking.

LIST: 26 Most Beautiful Bosnian Actresses

LIST: 20+ Most Beautiful Bosnian Actresses

1. Ajla Hodžić is a Bosnian actress. 
Born: 25 January 1980, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Parents: Senad Hodzic, Enisa Hodzic. 
Movies: The Courier (2012), Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story (2007), Broken Angel (2008).

2. Alena Dzebo is an actress and assistant director
Born: 1 April 1978, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Movies: Sabina K. (2015), The Paradise Suite (2015), Take Me Somewhere Nice (2019), Import (2016), I remember (2016).

3. Alma Terzic is an actress.
Born: 11 July 1987, Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Nationality: Bosnian. 
Movies and TV shows: Maus (2017), Kuruluş: Osman (Since 2019), I Loved You So Much (2013), Şeref Meselesi (2014 – 2015), Turkish Ice Cream (2019).

4. Amila Terzimehic is a theater and movie actor, who, before making a foray into the entertainment industry, was a national champion in dance in ballet, and the sport of rhythmic gymnastics, hailing from Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Born: 18 April 1988, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Movies: The November Man (2014), Secrets from the Past (2017), Vivegam (2017).

5. Amra Silajdžić-Džeko is a Bosnian model and actress. 
Born: 1 October 1984, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Height: 1.78 m. 
Movies: Nine Positions of Loneliness. 
Children: Sofija Vićentijević, Una Džeko. 
Spouse: Edin Džeko (m. 2014), Vladimir Vićentijević (m. 2001–2007). Siblings: Samra Silajdžić.

6. Andreja Pejić is a Bosnian-Australian model. Before coming out as a trans woman in late 2013, Pejić was known as the first completely androgynous supermodel. Today, she is one of the most recognisable transgender models in the world. 
Born: 28 August 1991, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Height: 1.85 m. 
Education: The University High School. 
Movies: The Girl in the Spider's Web. Parents: Jadranka Savić, Vlado Pejić.

7. Daniela Dakich is an actress. She grew up in Belgrade, Serbia. She is Serbian, with Montenegrin and Italian ancestry. She started acting at the age of 3 and was a former child TV star in Yugoslavia. She got her acting training in the theater. 
Born: 21 June 1977, Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Movies: Sasha, Hablar Con Los Muertos, Pussyfoot, Sirens' Song.

8. Danina Jeftić is a Serbian actress and former handball player. She came to national media attention with 2010 film Montevideo, God Bless You! by actor and film director Dragan Bjelogrlić. 
Born: 9 November 1986, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Spouse: Aleksandar. Kukanjac (m. 2015–2016). 
Education: University of Belgrade. 
Movies: Montevideo, God Bless You!. Siblings: Kristina Jeftić. 
Nationality: Bosnian, Serbian.

9. Dina Musanovic is an actress.  
Born: 12 July 1991. 
Movies: Just Another Day, The Genizah Of Our Dreams, Love Pain Sevdah (2019), Sympathy for the Devil (2019) and Cezar (2012).

10. Dzana Pinjo is an actres
Born: 1982, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Movies: Nothing But the Wind (2017), In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011), Eleven Minutes, Nine Seconds, One Image: September 11 (2002).

11. Elma Begovic is an actress. 
Born: 6 June 1989, Bijeljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Movies: Bite (2015), The Hoard (2018), Save Yourself (2015), Bed of the Dead (2016), Undone (2018).

12. Emma Golijanin is a Bosnian beauty queen, model and actress. She represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Miss Earth 2010 World Final held in Vietnam. 
Born: 15 April 1992, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

13. Ivana Miličević is a Bosnian-American actress and model. She is best known for playing Anastasia Rabitov/Carrie Hopewell in the Cinemax original series Banshee and for playing Charmaine Diozya on season 5 of The 100 in 2018. 
Born: 26 April 1974, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Partner: Adrian Hunter (2007–2009). 
Spouse: Paddy Hogan (m.2018). 
Net worth: $6 million. 
Children: 1. 
Movies and TV shows: Banshee (2013 - 2016), Banshee: Origins (Since 2013), Casino Royale (2006), Just like Heaven (2005), Witless Protection (2008).

14. Jelena Jovanova is a Macedonian actress. 
Born: 21 October 1984, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Height: 1.64 m. 
Spouse: Stjepan Perić (m. 2015). 
Education: Ss. Cyril and Methodius University. 
Movies and TV shows: The Uncovering (2018), As If I Am Not There (2010), Tajne, The Witch Hunters (2018), In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011).

15. Jelena Kordic is a Bosnian actress. 
Born: 28 February 1979, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Movies: Snow (2008), Half a Man (2016), Easter Eggs (2010), Prvo smrtno iskustvo (2001).

16. Lana Likic is an actress. 
Born: 5 April 1981, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Movies: Last Holiday (2006), The Prince & Me 2: The Royal Wedding (2006), Hannibal Rising (2007).

17. Luna Mijović is a Bosnian actress. She has appeared in more than ten films since 2006. Mijović was born in Sarajevo to Serb father Vlastimir Mijović and Bosniak mother Amra. 
Born: 2 December 1991, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Parents: Vlastimir Mijovic, Amra Zimić. 
Nominations: Cairo International Film Festival Prize for Best Actress. 
Movies: Grbavica: The Land of My Dreams (2006), Dreileben - Beats Being Dead (2011), Dreamland (2013), One Minute of Darkness (2011), Don't Follow Me Around (2011).

18. Maja Izetbegovic is an actress.
Born: 20 February 1985, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Movies: Our Everyday Life, The Son (2019), Regained Memory (2018) and Oblaci putuju u Italiju (2006)

19. Marija Pikic is an actress.
Born: 17 December 1989, Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Movies and TV shows: Children of Sarajevo (2012), With Mum (2013), Sizif K. (2015), Kriza (2013 – 2014), The Enemy (2011), Meso (2018), Djeca (2012) and Neprijatelj (2011)

20. Marijana Mikulic is a Bosnian actress. 
Born: 6 December 1981, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Height: 1.7 m. 
Spouse: Josip Mikulić (m. 2005). 
Education: ADU - Academy of Dramatic Arts (2008), Gimnazija fra Dominika Mandića. 
Parents: Mila Mikulić, Božo Mikulić. 
Movies: Dead Fish (2017), Quit Staring at My Plate (2016), Transmania (2016).

21. Merima Lepic is a Bosnian actress. 
Born: December 6, 1985
Movies: Twice Born (2012), On the Path (2010) and Dva smo svijeta razlicita (2011). 

22. NataÅ”a Ninković is a Serbian actress
Born: 22 July 1972, Trebinje, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Height: 1.7 m. 
Spouse: Nenad Sarenac. 
TV shows: Složna braća, Nepobedivo srce. 
Children: Matija Sarenac, Luka Sarenac. 
Movies: Savior (1998), The Trap (2007), Herd (2016), The Professional (2003), Death of a Man in the Balkans (2012).

23. Nikolina Jelisavac is an actress.
Born: 21 February 1978, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Spouse: Vladimir Djordjevic (m. 2005). 
Awards: Dara Čalenić Foundation Award for the Best Young Actress. 
Movies and TV shows: 32nd of December (2009), Kriza (2013 – 2014), Thousand (2015), Ja sam iz Krajine, zemlje kestena (2013), Last Perspective (2015), Crna hronika (2004, Pecat (2008)

24. Ornela ViÅ”tica is a Croatian actress and model. 
Born: 18 September 1989, Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Height: 1.78 m. 
TV shows: Vatre ivanjske.

25. Sabina Vajrača is a Bosnian American film director, screenwriter, and film producer. Vajraća is best known for having directed and produced the 2005 Bosnian documentary Back to Bosnia. 
Born: 30 May 1977, Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Movies: Back to Bosnia, Variables.

26. Zana Marjanović is a Bosnian actress. In 2010, she was cast as a lead in Angelina Jolie's directorial debut In the Land of Blood and Honey. Zana studied acting at the Academy of Performing Arts in Sarajevo. 
Born: 31 May 1983, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 
Spouse: Emir Kapetanović (m. 2014).
Parents: Gordan Marjanović. 
Education: Academy of Performing Arts. 
TV shows: The Game, Lud, zbunjen, normalan. 
Movies: In the Land of Blood and Honey (2011), Snow (2008), A Rose in Winter (2018), Summer in the Golden Valley (2003), Broken (2012).