Paulina Andreeva

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Paulina Andreeva
Ekaterina Olegovna Andreeva

(1988-10-12) 12 October 1988 (age 31)[citation needed]
Alma materMoscow Art Theater School
OccupationActress, singer[not verified in body]
Years active2011–present[citation needed]

Paulina Andreeva (Russian: Паулина Андреева; born 12 October 1988) is a Russian actress and singer.[not verified in body] Her notable acting roles have included the Russian television series The Method (debut, 2015), and the Netflix science fiction production, Better than Us.


Paulina Olegovna Andreeva (Russian: Паулина Олеговна Андреева) was born on 12 October 1988[citation needed] in Leningrad,[1] Russian SFSR, Soviet Union, to an acting family.[citation needed] She studied dance.[clarification needed][where?][citation needed] After high school, she entered the faculty of journalism of Saint Petersburg State University, studied for two years and moved to Moscow, where she entered the Moscow Art Theatre School (named after Chekhov).[citation needed]


Andreeva has been active as an actress since 2011.[citation needed] Her notable acting roles include the Russian television series The Method (debut, 2015),[2] and The Thaw (2013). The Netflix science fiction production, Better than Us (2018-present), starring Andreeva, is the first Netflix Original from Russia,[3] and was described by Brad Newsome of the Sydney Morning Herald as "handsomely, thoughtfully made".[4][5]

Andreeva also has a singing career.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Andreeva received attention in Russian media in 2016 after being romantically linked to recently divorced director Fedor Bondarchuk.[7]



Year Title Role Notes Citation
2013 The Dark World: Equilibrium Lily, right hand sorcerer [citation needed]
2015 Locust Lera [citation needed]
2016 Status: Free Sonya Shmul [citation needed]
2020 The Little Humpbacked Horse Tsar Maiden After a Yershov poem and subsequent films (see The Humpbacked Horse) [citation needed]


Year Title Role Notes Citation
2013 The Thaw Dina [citation needed]
2014 Gregory R. Irina Yusupova [citation needed]
2015 The Method Esenya [2]
2015 Shot Yana Tumanova [citation needed]
2018 Better than Us Arisa [4][5]


  1. ^ The city is now known as Saint Petersburg.
  2. ^ a b Ryabikov, Mikhail (18 October 2015). "Константин Хабенский: «Метод» будут смотреть только самые любопытные зрители [Konstantin Khabensky: Method Will be Watched by Only the Most Curious Viewers]". Комсомо́льская пра́вда. Retrieved 29 October 2019.
  3. ^ Modestova, Alexandra (5 February 2019). "Steppe Change". Drama Quarterly. London, UK: C21Media. Retrieved 29 October 2019.
  4. ^ a b Newsome, Brad (18 September 2019). "Getting Tired of True-Crime Docos? This One Will Suck You Back In". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 29 October 2019.
  5. ^ a b Yu, Richard (9 September 2019). "Review: Netflix's "Better than Us" Imagines a World Where Robots Do The Work". Cinema Escapist. Retrieved 29 October 2019.
  6. ^ Paulina Andreeva - Apple Music
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