|Born||Dianna Alexandrovna Korzun
13 April 1971
Smolensk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
|Awards||Nika Award - 1999
Russian Federation Presidential Certificate of Honour
Dianna Alexandrovna "Dina" Korzun (Russian: Дианна Александровна "Дина" Корзун; born 13 April 1971) is a Russian theater and film actress.
Life and career
Dina Korzun was born in Smolensk. She graduated from secondary school and Art school, studied ballet and modern dancing. After graduation from the prestigious Moscow Art Theatre School (МХАТ), she was asked to join the Chekhov Moscow Arts Theater Troupe, where she was a stage actress (1996–2000). Her major roles were Katerina in "Storm", She in "I Can't Imagine Tomorrow" and Helena in "Midsummer Night's Dream”. Korzun made her screen debut in Valery Todorovsky’s Country of the Deaf (1998). Her performance as Yaya – a deaf and mentally bizarre young woman – became the most critically acclaimed in 1998.
Her other significant role is Tanya in ”Last Resort” (2000) by Pawel Pawlikowski. This groundbreaking performance brought her international recognition with the Best actress prize at British Independent Film Awards (Best Newcomer on screen), London Film Festival (FIPRESCI Prize), Bratislava International Film Festival, Gijón International Film Festival, Thessaloniki Film Festival.
In 2006, Korzun was nominated for the Best Female Lead at the Independent Spirit Award for her role in “Forty Shades of Blue”, with her portrayal as Laura, a young Russian woman living in Memphis with a much older rock-n-roll legend, Alan (Rip Torn). In 2009 she was nominated for Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female for the movie ”Cold Souls”.
She speaks Russian and English fluently and has acted in both of these languages.
She is currently on her third marriage and has a son, Timur (b. 1990).
|1998||Country of the Deaf||Yaya|
|2000||The President And His Granddaughter||Tanya|
|2000||Citizen of the head||Larissa Lushnikova||TV series|
|2002||The theory of binge||Svetik|
|2003||No matter how well||Marina||TV|
|2005||Forty Shades of Blue||Laura|
|2005||Female Novel||Zhenya||TV series|
|2008||The Brothers Karamazov||Katerina Hohlakova||TV series|
|2008||The subscriber is temporarily unavailable||Lana||Mini-series|
|2012||After school||Zara, mother Frida, the artist||TV series|
|2013||It all started in Harbin||Matryona, mother of Boris and Volodya Eybozhenko||TV series|
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