Darya Moroz

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Darya Moroz
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Darya Moroz at the premiere in 2009
Darya Yurievna Moroz

(1983-09-01) 1 September 1983 (age 36)
Years active1984–present
Spouse(s)Konstantin Bogomolov (divorced)
AwardsNika Award
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Darya Yurievna Moroz (Russian: Да́рья Ю́рьевна Моро́з; born 1 September 1983) is a Russian film and stage actress, Honored Artist of Russia (2015).[1] She is a two-time winner of the Nika Award (2009, 2015).[2]


Darya Moroz was born in Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (now Saint Petersburg, Russia). Darya grew up in a family of actors, she started acting at an early age. She made her debut at the age of three months in the movie Dear, Dearest, Beloved, Unique.... As a child, Darya engaged in artistic gymnastics, but the coach did not see in her talent gymnasts. Then there was a period of training in figure skating, and Darya even ranked second in the same competition. There were other children's interests: animation studio, painting, theatrical studio.

In the years of study at the school Daria continued to act in films, starring in five films: "The Family Man", "Black Square", "Russian Ragtime". After listening to them, Daria wanted to change caused during his school years, the decision to enroll in college theater and acting at MGIMO. By this time Georgiy Daneliya invited her on a first major role in the comedy "Fortune". It was on the set of this picture Darya was determined to become an actress. For the film "Fortune" Darya was awarded a special mention of the jury of the festival Kinotavr-2000.

Darya Moroz entered the Moscow Art Theatre School, in the course of Roman Kozak and Dmitry Brusnikin. In 2003, she graduated and was accepted into the troupe of the Chekhov Moscow Art Theatre.

In 2005, she graduated from producer faculty of Higher Courses for Scriptwriters and Directors (workshop of Vladilen Arsenyev).

In 2009 she participated in the program "Two Stars" on Channel One paired with Pelageya.

Personal life[edit]

On September 5, 2010 she married director Konstantin Bogomolov. They have a daughter, Anna.


  • 1984 Dear, Dearest, Beloved, Unique... as Gerochka
  • 1991 The Family Man as Kolyvanov's daughter
  • 1992 Black Square as Luda Merkulova
  • 1993 Russian Ragtime as Mitya's Mitya's daughter
  • 2000 Fortune as Masha Sorokina, bride
  • 2000 Athens Evenings as Natasha
  • 2001 Savage as Varya
  • 2001 Salome (TV Series) as Katerina Bronina, Salome's sister
  • 2002 Women's Logic (TV Movie) as Vika Korzun
  • 2002 Kamenskaya 2 (TV Series) as Vika Ulanova
  • 2003 Blues Theater (TV Series) as Anna Astakhova
  • 2004 Women in A Game Without Rules (TV Mini-Series) as Masha Peredreeva
  • 2004 Farewell Echo (TV Series) as Oksana Perfilieva
  • 2005 The Fall of the Empire (TV Series) as Katya
  • 2005 Multiplying Grieve (TV Mini-Series) as Lena Ostroumova
  • 2006 Point as Nina
  • 2006 Nankin Landscape as Nadya, Zhen-zi
  • 2008 Live and Remember as Nastya
  • 2008 Thaw as Natasha
  • 2008 The Apostle (TV Mini-Series) as Lida
  • 2008 Brothers detectives (TV Series) as Katya Mukhina
  • 2008 Frenchman Serge as Irina
  • 2009 Pelagia and the White Bulldog (TV Series) as Governor's wife Lyudmila Platonovna
  • 2009 Jumping Bottlenose Dolphin as Maya
  • 2009 Two Ladies in Amsterdam as Svetlana
  • 2009 Trap (TV Mini-Series) as Vera
  • 2010 The House of the Sun as Gerda
  • 2010 French Doctor (TV Series) as Larissa
  • 2011 Dostoevsky (TV Series) as Sasha Schubert, actress
  • 2011 Black Wolves (TV Series) as Vera Samarina
  • 2011 The Forgotten (TV Mini-Series) as Anya
  • 2011 Do Not Cry for Me, Argentina (TV Series) as Alla
  • 2011 'Cedar' Pierces the Sky (TV Series) as Alla Kantorovich
  • 2011 Fairytale.Is as Barbie
  • 2012 Conductor as Olga
  • 2012 No Witnesses (TV Series) as Lena
  • 2012 Steel Butterfly as Tatiana
  • 2012 Kraplyony (TV Series) as Veronika
  • 2014 Department (TV Series) as Alena Ivanovna Revnivtseva, lawyer
  • 2014 House with Lilies (TV Series) as Taisia
  • 2014 The Long Way Home (TV Series) as Nadya
  • 2014 Inquisitor (TV Series) as Kira Eduardovna Falk, department press secretary
  • 2014 The Fool as Masha
  • 2014 Hold Me (TV) as Maria Ozerova
  • 2015 The Dawns Here Are Quiet as Maria, apartment proprietress
  • 2015 Santa Mazaev and Zaitsev (TV Mini-Series) as Rita Zaitseva
  • 2015 Pioneers-heroes as Katya Eliseeva
  • 2016 Graphomaniac as Veronika
  • 2016 Crime (TV Series) as Sasha Moskvina
  • 2016 Collector as Ksenia (voice)
  • 2016 When the Stars Collide as Raisa Gorbacheva
  • 2017 Red Bracelets (TV Series) as Alyona


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