Svetlana Khodchenkova

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Svetlana Khodchenkova
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Svetlana Khodchenkova at the premiere of a movie theater in 2010.
Born Svetlana Viktorovna Khodchenkova
(1983-01-21) 21 January 1983 (age 34)
Moscow, RSFSR, USSR
Nationality Russian
Occupation Actress
Years active 2003–present
Spouse(s) Vladimir Yaglych (m. 2005; div. 2010)

Svetlana Viktorovna Khodchenkova (Russian: Светла́на Ви́кторовна Хо́дченкова, born 21 January 1983) is a Russian actress of theater, film and television.

Biography[edit]

Svetlana Khodchenkova was born in Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. Svetlana briefly worked for a modeling agency. In 2005 she graduated from the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute, the course M. Borisov.[1]

Career[edit]

Khodchenkova’s debut role was in the film Bless the Woman (2003) directed by Stanislav Govorukhin. For this role she was nominated for "Nika" award as Best Actress. She continued her career in the role of a clairvoyant Cassandra historical television series Talisman of Love (2005). Svetlana played a ballerina in Pavel Sanaev’s film Kilometer Zero (2007).

In 2008, she won the award Polish Film Festival for Best Actress in Little Moscow.

She is also known for her roles in box office films Love in the Big City (2009), its sequel, Love in the Big City 2 (2010) and Office Romance. Our Time (2011).

She starred in the TV series Lavrova's Method (2011), and appeared as Irina in Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011). Svetlana presented together with American colleagues at the Venice Film Festival. She co-starred with Hugh Jackman in the 2013 superhero film The Wolverine as Viper, one of the film's antagonists.

Khodchenkova played a major role in the historical action film Viking (2016), red carpet in December 2016.

Personal life[edit]

On December 13, 2005, she married her classmate Vladimir Yaglych, a Russian actor. In 2010 they divorced.[2][3] In May 2015, she was engaged to Moscow businessman Georgiy Petrishin.[4] In February 2016, the couple called off the engagement.[5][6][7]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role
2003 Bless the Woman Vera
2005 Not by Bread Alone Nadezhda Sergeevna Drozdova
2006 Four Taxidrivers and a Dog 2 Kozyrkina
2007 Real Dad Lyudmila
2007 Kilometer Zero Alina
2008 Little Moscow Wiera Swietłowa
2009 Love in the Big City Anastasia Igorevna Korshun
2010 Love in the Big City 2 Anastasia Igorevna Korshun
2011 Office romance. Our time Lyudmila Prokofevna Kalugina
2011 Pregnant prosecutor
2011 Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy[8] Irina
2011 Five Brides Nastya Karpova
2011 For you Kira
2012 Rzhevsky Vs. Napoleon Natasha Rostova
2012 Eight First Dates passenger taxis
2012 Surprise Me Bagira
2013 Metro Irina Garina
2013 The Wolverine Viper
2013 Isle of luck Lena
2013 Love in the Big City 3 Anastasia Igorevna Korshun
2013 Vasilisa Vasilisa Kozhina
2014 The Champions Svetlana Zhurova
2014 Adventurers Katya
2014 Love does not love Irina
2014 Blog Mom first grader Masha
2015 Lady of Csejte Elizabeth Báthory
2015 Horoscope for good luck Elena Karyakina
2015 The End of Beautiful Era Marina
2015 The Warrior Katya Rodina
2016 Classmates Vika
2016 Viking Irina
2017 Blood on the Dance Floor
2017 Blockbaster Ira
2017 Leningrad - Ecstasy Music video Marina

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Talisman of Love clairvoyant Cassandra
2005 Realtor Masha
2005 Solitude Love Irina
2005 Carousel Tamara Onegina
2005 Pictures Hunters Nezhdana
2006 Stalin's wife Zhenya Alliluyeva Mini-Series
2006 My Prechistenka Agniya Tikhomirova
2006–12 Alias "Albanian" Galina Ermolaeva
2007 Last reproduction Lena Mini-Series
2008 Quiet family life Mariya
2008 Crazy Angel Alena Nekrasova
2009 When we were happy Lena Sintsova
2009 Traps Liliana Mini-Series
2009 Pharmacist Lubov Nikolaevna
2010 Robinson Lena Balunova
2010 Gang Anna Egorova
2011 Lavrova's Method Ekaterina Andreevna Lavrova
2011 A short course of a happy life Sasha Usova
2012 Mosgaz Irina
2012 Lavrova's Method 2 Ekaterina Andreevna Lavrova
2014 Kuprin Zhenya Mini-Series
2014 The Executioner Irina
2016 Mata Hari Zlatka Dzhenich

Theatre[edit]

  • "These free butterflies" (STD Theatre Centre (WTO) of the Russian Federation "On Strastnom")
  • "Hospital „Moulin Rouge“" ("Independent Theater Project")
  • "Santa Claus - bastard!" ("Independent Theater Project")
  • "Theatre with and without rules" ("Independent Theater Project")
  • "Love Story" ("Independent Theater Project")

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