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Life and careerEdit
Nina Kiri was born in Belgrade, then the capital of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (now the Republic of Serbia) in 1992, during the Yugoslav Wars. Her family moved to Vancouver, Canada, where she first started performing in school theatre, then professionally on stage starting in 2007.
Kiri's first screen role was a short appearance in the 2011 Disney Channel television movie Geek Charming. In 2016, Kiri teamed up with fellow Serbian-Canadian Sanja Zivkovic, who directed Kiri in the short film Cleo. Kiri had starring roles were in a trio of horror films: Let Her Out (2016), The Haunted House on Kirby Road (2016) and The Heretics (2017). Kiri's performance in The Heretics earned her the Festival Prize for Best Actress at the Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival.
Kiri gained prominence in 2017 with a recurring role in the television series The Handmaid's Tale. Her character of Handmaiden Ofrobert, whose real name is Alma, has appeared since the opening episode of the series.
- Let Her Out (2016)
- The Haunted House on Kirby Road (2016)
- Super Detention (2016)
- The Heretics (2017)
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