Agata Gotova

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Agata Gotova (born October 14, 1977) is a Russian actress who began her career as an extra on the morning show, Budilnik (1987),which aired in the former Soviet Union.[1]

She spent her childhood touring The former Soviet Union, performing as part of the amateur children's dance troupe, Kalinka, and appeared in the troupe's 1989 film, Kalinka (1989).[2] As a teenager, she acted as understudy in the play "Political Cabaret' by satirist Mikhail Jevanetsky in the 'Moscow Theater of Satire'.

After immigrating to the United States, in 1996, where she lived until 2010, she worked on a project produced by her ex-husband, which focused on celebrity interviews and events. This evolved into the 1999 celebrity interview program, Faces and Names,[3] which ran in syndication throughout the United States for two years, and became Autograph.[4] After Autograph, she played a role in the independent film, Say it in Russian,[5]


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