Victoria Karasyova

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Victoria Karasyova
Born
Victoria Igorevna Karasyova

(1979-06-23) 23 June 1979 (age 39)
ResidenceMoscow, Russia
NationalityRussian
Other namesTori
EducationMoscow School # 1195 (1996)
MGIMO named Shnitke (2000)
Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (2005)
OccupationActress, singer, radio presenter, television personality
Years active2000's–2009
Known forReality show House 2
Spouse(s)Vyacheslav Dvoretskov
(m.2008-present)

Victoria Igorevna Karasyova (Russian: Викто́рия И́горевна Карасёва; born on 23 June 1979) is a former Russian actress, singer, radio presenter and television personality.

Biography[edit]

Victoria Igorevna Karasyova was born on 23 June 1979 in Moscow, Russian SFSR, USSR to Igor Karasyov and his wife. She has a younger brother.[1]

Victoria graduated from Moscow School # 1195 in 1996. Has two higher education, in 2000 graduated from MGIMO named Shnitke (faculty of Music Arts) and in 2005 graduated from Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (faculty of Musical Theatre, chair of actors and producers of musical theater).

Career[edit]

On 30 September 2005 Victoria came to popular Russian reality show House 2.[1] Before this she for a year worked radio presenter.

In 2008 Victoria married to member of House 2 Vyacleslav Dvoretsov, her 2nd husband.[2] Soon afterwards they left the show.

Played in one episode of the TV Series Happy Together.

Problems with health and lawsuit[edit]

On 21 February 2009 Victoria was hospitalized with what she said a result of a punctured esophagus and stomach by shell's fragments of mussel.[3] For 4 months Victoria was in intensive care and in general underwent three complicated operations and blood transfusion.

Victoria has not been able to renew her career after her illness due to continued health issues. Instead, she has sued the restaurant which supposedly served her pizza with a mussel shell and was awarded a lump sum of 2.2 million rubles and a monthly payment of 100,000 rubles.[4]

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