Yekaterina Strizhenova

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Yekaterina Strizhenova
Yekaterina Strizhenova
Yekaterina Strizhenova in 2010
Born Yekaterina Tokman
(1968-03-20) March 20, 1968 (age 46)
Moscow, USSR
Occupation Actress
Years active 1984–present

Yekaterina Strizhenova (Russian: Екатерина Владимировна Стриженова; born Yekaterina Tokman; March 20, 1968) is a Russian film and stage actress, television presenter.

Yekaterina was born in Moscow, graduated from Moscow Institute of Culture (now Moscow University of Culture and Arts). She made her film debut in 1984 film drama Leader, where she played the role of a high school student Tanya.

Strizhenova is one of the hosts of television program Dobroe Utro (Good Morning) on Channel One. In 2008 she participated in show Lednikoviy Period (Ice Age), where celebrities paired with professional figure skaters each week compete by performing ice dancing. She was paired with Alexei Tikhonov.

Yekaterina is married to actor and director Alexandr Strizhenov, formerly they hosted Dobroe Utro together. The couple have two daughters, Anastasiya (1988) and Alexandra (2000).

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