Nikola Kojo was born on September 5, 1967 in Belgrade, Serbia, Yugoslavia. He is an Serbian actor and producer, known for Parada (2011), Pretty Village, Pretty Flame (1996) and We Are Not Angels (1992). He has been married to Aleksandra Djuric since 2006. They have three children. Nikola name comes from the great-grandfather, who was arch-priest of Mostar. Kojo is the film debut with less than 13 years, the role of the boy in the film Ivana "Working at a certain time". During the 1980s, played a prominent role in the film "The Igman march" (1983) TV series "Sivi dom" (1984), and one of the lead roles in three sequels ("What happens when love is born" - 1984 "Zikina dynasty" - 1985, "Second Zika dynasty" - 1986), a very popular film series "Crazy Years", which is profiled in one of the most famous actors of the younger generation in the former Yugoslavia. In 1992, he played a major role in the film Srdjan Dragojevic "We are not angels," by which it remains remarkable. Although it was all brought immense popularity and media attention, he continued to the increasing success and builds more seriously challenging roles in recent years, mainly in the film, because the theater withdrew indefinitely.