Neda Arnerić (Serbian Cyrillic: Неда Арнерић; 15 July 1953 – 10 January 2020) was a Serbian actress. She was considered a sex symbol of Yugoslav cinematography.
1 Personal life
2 Selected filmography
4 External links
She was born in Knjaževac on 15 July 1953. Her mother was an ethnic Serb while her father was a Crotian born on the island of Korčula who worked as military doctor, while her grandfather was from Rovinj, where she often spent summers.
In 1980, she graduated from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Philosophy with a degree in Art History.
In 1981, she was married a Serbian physician Milorad Mešterović, who died in December 2018. They had no children.
In February 2019, her brother Predrag found her unconscious, whereupon she spent 40 days at the Military Medical Academy in Belgrade. On 10 January 2020, she died aged 66. Her brother found her dead in her own home in Belgrade.
Venom (a.k.a. The Legend of Spider Forest) (1971)
Shaft in Africa (1973)
The Republic of Užice (1974)
The Sensual Man (1974)
Who's That Singing Over There (1980)
The Elusive Summer of '68 (1984)
The End of the War (1984)
Taiwan Canasta (1985)
Aloa: Festivity of the Whores (1988)
Three Tickets to Hollywood (1993)
Impure Blood (1996)
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