Natalija Đorđević was born in Zagreb in 1975 where, after finishing high school, she graduated from the Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2001. She plays the piano and speaks English and French. As a young girl she started acting in the Children's programme on Croatian television. She performed at the &TD Theatre, Split Summer, Dubrovnik Summer Festival and Žar Ptica Theatre. At the moment she is a member of the Gavella Theatre ensemble. She starred in several films (Libertas, Pušća Bistra, Radio and I, etc.), acted in TV shows and recorded approximately 20 radio dramas. She received the Croatian Actors' Guild Award fo best young actress in the play ''Kako sam naučila voziti'' (How I learned to drive), the Fabijan Šovagović Award at the Actor's Festival for her role of Lana in the play ''Diva'', as well as the best interpretation award for the play ''Potrošeni snovi'' (Wasted Dreams) at the International Monodrama Festival, the Golden Lion Award for group performance in the play ''Bez glume, molim'' (No acting, please) and the award for group performance in the play ''Druzba Pere Kvržice''at the Naj, naj, naj Festival.