Svetlana Svetikova

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Svetlana Svetikova
Birth name Svetlana Andreevna Svetikova
Born (1983-11-24) November 24, 1983 (age 33)
Genres Pop, Russian, Musical
Years active 1998–present

Svetlana Andreevna Svetikova (Russian: Светла́на Андре́евна Све́тикова) (born November 24, 1983, Moscow[1]) is a Russian singer and actress. Born in Moscow, in the Entuziastov Street. Mother - Marina Vladimirovna Svetikova, singer, father - Andrey Vasilievich Svetikov, painter of Florentine mosaic.[2] Sveta has a younger sister, Natalia.

With four years has been part of the choir, participated in numerous vocal competitions. In 1989 dancing in the sports complex.

In eight years, became a soloist of the Moscow Children's Theater. In twelve years she has already owned a director. From first through eighth grade, she studied at school number 1269, then moved to the school № 1113 with in-depth study of music and choreography. In 15 years, won the competition "50x50". The reward was a trip to Miami and vocal training at the prestigious school. Svetlana had to sign a contract for three years, but a week before the departure of singer attracted to the musical "Metro".[3]

She has a part in the 2009 animated film Alice's Birthday and she played Esmeralda in the Russian version of the musical Notre Dame de Paris. She also provided the voice of Princess Ariel in the Russian dub of The Little Mermaid.


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