The daughter of Yuglosalvian actors Milos Zutic and Svetlana Bojkovic, Serbian beauty Katarina Zutic had her first acting gig in the 1992 drama Crni bombarder. It seemed as the though the Eastern European hottie was destined to be an actress from early on. She went to a performing arts style high school in her native Belgrade called the Faculty of Dramatic Arts then graduated from the University of Arts in Belgrade. In the late 1990’s and early 2000’s Katarina’s career really took off. She landed a couple of high-profile parts in movies like The Robbery of the Third Reich (2004) as well as two big parts in the TV shows Ljubav I mrznja and M(j)esoviti brak. She had two vastly different big breaks. The first is when she landed the part of Lejla in the controversial movie A Serbian Film (2010) while also being cast as the Serbian voice for the translation dubs of the Madagascar and Kung Fu Panda animated movie franchises.
A Serbian Film was controversial upon its release and has only gotten more so over the years. Some critics say it is one of the most disturbing movies ever made. What is not controversial is how hot Katarina looks in the movie. Right out the gate, as the movie starts, we find Katarina having sex with a guy in an alley. The two kiss then he pulls her top down and dress up so he can bend her over and hit it from behind. Her nice jugs and booty cheeks jiggle as he drives it home. An hour later, Katarina is back and naked again only this time she is chained up and bloody. We see her ample chest apples as she struggles to get loose then a pretty graphic blowjob scene as her captor attacks her. Between movies and TV, Ms. Zutic keeps very busy. With a curvy body like hers, lets hope we see a whole lot more of this Serbian siren soon!