Kateryna Kuznetsova

Kateryna Kuznetsova

Ukrainian theater and film actress
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Short biography

Kateryna Olegovna Kuznetsova is a Ukrainian theater and film actress.

Brief biography

Ekaterina Kuznetsova was born on July 12, 1987 in Kiev. Her father is a famous Ukrainian soccer player, Honored Master of Sports Oleg Kuznetsov, and her mother is a Ukrainian track and field athlete Alla Borisenko.

Kuznetsova was professionally engaged in vocal training and dreamed of being an opera singer, but in the end she entered the theater. As the actress herself said, she fell in love with the theater made her fall in love with the play "Pygmalion" by Bernard Shaw, in which the main roles played Bogdan Benyuk, Anatoly Hostikoev and his wife, Natalia Sumska.

Kuznetsova received her higher education at the Kyiv National University of Theater, Film and Television named after Karpenko-Kary. Karpenko-Kary.

Then collaborated with the Kyiv Academic Young Theater.

At one time led morning broadcasts on the First National, and one of the first works - the screensavers on the Ukrainian channel M1, in which the girls were doused with paint.

Debut in the movie was a small role in the Ukrainian-Russian TV series "Devil from Orly. Angel from Orly." Subsequently, there were roles in "The Return of Mukhtar-2", "Only Love", "The heart is not ordered" and others.

Since 2011, the actress moved to Moscow, where she lived and worked. There she played one of the main roles in the series "Kitchen".

At the same time, the actress stated that she remains Ukrainian and is not going to change citizenship. She also said that she would gladly agree to return to Ukrainian cinema if she was offered roles.

Full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation

In February 2024, when the Russian Federation's full-scale invasion of Ukraine occurred, Kuznetsova was in Spain. She has stated that she never plans to return to Russia again.

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