Born in Ljubljana and raised in Ptuj, Slovenia, like lots of actresses Iva Krajnc got her start in theatre while still in high school. After she graduated, in what was an enormous step up in content, her first professional production was one written by French avant-gardist Antonin Artaud. Switching from dramatic stage performances to mainstream movies, thereafter she took many TV and movie roles starting with Klescar (2002), a mockumentary about an everyman that ends up running for president in Slovenia. But her breakthrough role came the same year when she played Simona in Guardians of the Frontier (2002), which holds some of her best nudity to date. In the story of a trio of girls going on a canoe trip, Iva gives us the boob, bush, and butt trifecta in a bathtub and also while skinny dipping near a waterfall. Great ass. We'd love to give it a paddle. Since then, our slim and petite breasted screen siren has stayed consistently busy with acting roles. She was Lea in the WW1 drama Besa (2009), Vera in the time travelling Soviet Socialist lands in 1996 capitalist Slovenia film Stanje Soka (2011) and Eva in the swankly hotel drama The Piano Room (2013). From there, Iva moved on to playing Alma in the romantic drama Ne pozabi dihati (2019), which was known in English speaking countries as "Don't Forget to Breathe." Makes sense, that's how stunning Iva is. Most recently Iva has been starring in Slovenia's hit comedy Telenovela. This sexy Slovenian has also won many awards for her outstanding acting, including the Sever Award and the Shooting Star Award. We'll award her hottest Slovenian we know, dim the lights then krank it to Iva Krajnc.