Olga Kurkulina

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Olga Kurkulina
Born (1971-05-18) May 18, 1971 (age 51)
Occupationathlete., actor.
Spouse(s)Dmitri Kurkulin
Children2

Olga Kurkulina (Hebrew: אולגה קורקולינה; born 1971) is a Soviet-born Israeli high-jumper,[1] bodybuilder and actress.

In the 2013 movie Kick-Ass 2, she played Mother Russia, a villain. [2][3] Kurkulina stars in the film Silent Times, and "The CruciFire" Directed by Christopher Annino[4]

Personal life[edit]

Kurkulina was born and raised in the USSR.[3] Later in her life she immigrated to Israel.[3]

Kurkulina is married and has two children, daughter Anna and son Danila. They reside in Haifa, Israel.[3]

Partial filmography[edit]

Tidbits[edit]

Olga's acting career and media exposure both began to grow after her appearance as Mother Russia in Kick-Ass 2, including an early 2017 full feature in Beautivation Magazine by Amelia Wysocki.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Athlete profile for Olga Kurkulina". IAAF. Retrieved 2016-07-26.
  2. ^ Dowler, Andrew. "Kick-Ass 2 DVD/Blu-Ray Review". Now. Retrieved 13 July 2014.
  3. ^ a b c d Halutz, Avshalom (5 September 2013). "Israel's Mother Russia kicks ass in Hollywood". Haaretz.
  4. ^ "Olga Kurkulina".
  5. ^ "Olga Kurkulina".
  6. ^ "Call for Dreams (2018) - IMDb".

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