Barbara Nedeljakova is a Czech-Slovak actress and director. Barbara started out in Czech TV and played small roles in films such as Doom and Shanghai Nights. Her budding career skyrocketed in 2005 when she starred in
the critically acclaimed horror film, Hostel, taking on the pivotal role, Natalia, in a performance that elevated Hostel to a universal smash hit.
Since then, she’s continued to star in roles, working alongside Quentin Tarantino, Andrew Howard, Donald Sutherland, and William Fichtner in major films that include Children of the Corn, Isle of Dogs and the TV series, Crossing Lines.