Bojana Novakovic was born on 17 November 1981 in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia. She moved to Australia in 1988, at seven years old. Novakovic was at first keen on turning into a social labourer, however, after an arrangement of occasions. She adjusted her perspective and chose to seek after the performing expressions. Novakovic learned at The McDonald College and moved on from NIDA with a BA in Dramatic Arts in 2002. She has a more youthful sister, Valentina Novakovic, who is additionally an entertainer, well known for having acted in the Australian drama, Neighbors (1985).
In 2003, Novakovic played Randa in the ABC smaller than arrangement Marking Time (2003), a job which won her an AFI Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama or Comedy’. As an entertainer, Novakovic’s film credits in Australia incorporate Blackrock (1996), Strange Fits of Passion (1998), The Monkey’s Mask (1999), and the Serbian motion pictures Optimisti (2005) and Skinning (2010). From 2007 to 2009, she played Tippi in the TV arrangement Satisfaction for Showtime Australia. Other breakout jobs include: Drag Me to Hell (2009), Edge of Darkness (2009), Devil (2010), Burning Man (2011), and Generation Um(2012).