Nika Rozman

Acting

Year and country of birth: 1985, Slovenia

Nika Rozman is an established Slovenian actress, awarded for both film and theatre roles. She has played over thirty theatre roles, among them many leading ones, such as Shakespeare’s Juliet and Ophelia, Ostrovsky’s Katerina, Wedekind’s Lulu etc. She has appeared in a number of films, video and television productions, but became better known to the Slovenian public as Mia in the horror feature Killbillies. Soon after, she was cast for her first leading role in the feature film, Buoyancy. The television audiences got to know her as young criminalist Tina in the crime series Jezero. She regularly lends her voice to radio and animated characters. Nika currently works as a freelance artist and loves spending her free time in her small garden or climbing the Slovenian mountains. She is also one of the founders of the Screen Actors Guild of Slovenia.
FILM

  • 2021 Maja AGRFT Maja/lead Aljoša Nikolić
  • 2021 Eva December Manca/supporting Tijana Zinajić
  • 2018 The Bull Staragara Woman/small Bojan Labović
  • 2018 Jaws of Life Chickenorpasta Sara/supporting Urban Pekle
  • 2016 Apoptosis Blade Production Surgeon/supporting Tomaž Gorkič
  • 2015 Killbillies Blade Production/li>

TV

  • 2022 Hamilton Dramacorp Pampas

Studios

  • Lydia/supporting Erik Leijonborg
  • 2022 Dolina rož RTV Slovenija Tina/lead Matevž Luzar
  • 2022 Leninov park RTV Slovenija Tina/lead Klemen Dvornik
  • 2019 V dvoje Pop tv Katarina/supporting Klemen Dvornik
  • 2019 Jezero RTV Slovenija Tina/lead Matevž Luzar, Klemen Dvornik
  • 2018 Precednik Idejalisti, Pop TV Katja/supporting Luka Marčetič
  • 2016 Buoyancy RTV Slovenija Rebeka/lead Klemen Dvornik
  • 2013 The Right to Love A Atalanta, RTV Slovenija
  • Nada/supporting Barbara Zemljič

THEATRE

  • 2021 Jon Fosse: Ime SNG Nova Gorica Beate/lead Ajda Valcl
  • 2020 Federico García Lorca: The House of Bernarda Alba
  • 2019 Gregor Strniša: Frogs Bunker, Margareta Schwarzwald
  • 2019 Simona Semenič: this apple, made of gold
  • 2019 Agnieszka Jakimiak and Tom Silkeberg: The Republic
  • 2018 Ödon von Horváth: Kazimir and Karolina
  • 2018 Moved by Voice Emanat performer,co-author Irena Tomažin Zagoričnik
  • 2017 William Shakespeare: Hamlet
I think there are never enough mistakes we can learn from and that we all have a lot to share. The more daring challenges we take, the more we gain from that project.