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Aleksandrova in Moscow in October 2010
|Native name||Пупенина Марина Андреевна|
|Born||Marina Andreevna Pupenina
29 August 1982
|Spouse(s)||Ivan Stebunov (2008-2010)
Alexander Domogarov (present)
Marina Andreevna Pupenina (Russian: Мари́на Андре́евна Пупе́нина; born 29 August 1982), known under her pseudonym Marina Aleksandrova, is a Russian actress. She is perhaps the best known for her role of Marie of Hesse and by Rhine in Poor Nastya.
Marina Andreevna Pupenina on 29 August 1982 in Hungarian town Kiskunmajsa. Her father Andrei Pupenin served in Soviet army, located in Hungary, and her mother worked as a professor at the Herzen University.
In 1986, the family moved to Lake Baikal, then to Tula, finally settling in Leningrad (Now St. Petersburg) in 1987. In 1996 she joined the "Imagine" drama school, and after graduating from high school with specialism in Mathematics and Music (Harp Class) in 1996, joined the Shukin Theatre School under V.P. Nikolaenko.
From 2006 - 2011, Marina Aleksandrova was an actress for the "Sovremennik" (Contemporary) Theater Company in Moscow.
On 7 June 2008 Aleksandrova married fellow actor Ivan Stebunov. They divorced in 2010. After that she had a relationship with actor Alexander Domogarov. On 11 July 2012 she gave birth to a son. The child's name is Andreey, just after his father - a TV director Andreey Boltenko. Aleksandrova gave birth to her second child in September, 2015 - a daughter named Yekaterina.
|1992||Weather Is Good on Deribasovskaya, It Rains Again on Brighton Beach||Little Girl||Cameo appearance|
|2000||Empire under Strike||Maria Stolypina||Television film|
|2001||Azazel||Lizanka von Evert–Kolokoltseva||Television film|
|2002||Le Médecin malgré lui||Woman||Television film|
|2002||Leading Role||Marina||TV series|
|2002||The Thief||Yulia Balashova||TV series|
|2003||An Ancient Tale: When the Sun Was a God||Dziwa|
|2003||Poor Nastya||Marie of Hesse and by Rhine||TV series|
|2004||La fonte des neiges||Léna||Television film|
|2004||Viola Tarakanova||Tomocka||TV series|
|2004||The Nutcracker||Masha (voice)|
|2005||Schastye ty moye||Polina Gayvoronskaya||TV series|
|2005||Zvezda epokhi||Valentina Sedova||Miniseries|
|2005||Lybovy k tebe kak bedstvie||Herself|
|2006||The Last Armoured Train||Toma|
|2008||Street Racer||Doker's Girl|
|2009||The Weather Station||Irina||Post production|
|2009||Saka no Ue no Kumo||Russian Nobility||TV series|
|2011||The Rules of the Masquerade (Pravila Maskerada)||Anya||Miniseries|
|2014||Catherine||Catherine The Great||TV series|
- Gasparov, Mikhail (2008-06-09). Марина Александрова вышла замуж (in Russian). Utro.ru. Retrieved 2009-11-26.
- Марина Андреевна Александрова: Личная жизнь (in Russian). peoples.ru. Retrieved 2009-11-26.
- "Streetracers (Stritreisery) (2008, Russia)" (PDF). The St. Petersburg Times. 14 March 2008. p. 23. Retrieved 8 January 2014.
- "Marina Aleksandrova filmography". New York Times. Retrieved 8 January 2014.
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