Viktoriya Tolstoganova

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Viktoriya Tolstoganova
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Viktoriya Tolstoganova at the opening of the 21st film festival "Kinotavr" in 2010.
Born Viktoriya Viktorovna Tolstoganova
(1972-03-24) 24 March 1972 (age 45)
Moscow, RSFSR, USSR
Nationality Russian
Occupation Actress
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s)

Andrei Kuzichev
(m. 1996–2011; 2 children)

Aleksei Agranovich
(m. 2011–present; 1 child)
Awards Golden Eagle Award
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Viktoriya Viktorovna Tolstoganova (Russian: Виктория Викторовна Толстоганова; born 24 March 1972) is a Russian film and theater actress.

Biography[edit]

Viktoriya Tolstoganova was born in Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. Viktoriya studied at the State Institute of Theatrical Art of the Russian University of Theatre Arts - (GITIS) and the All-Union State Institute of Cinematography Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography - (VGIK), in the workshop of Joseph Heifits. The actress of the Moscow Drama Theater. Stanislavsky.

She graduated from GITIS and VGIK and made her debut in "The Day Duty" 1997 short film. Viktoriya Tolstoganova is also an actress of the Moscow Art Theatre, where she played in "We Start a New Life, or the Oginski Polonaise", "The Masquerade", Khlestakov and "The Twelfth Night" performances. She also played in such stagings as "The Plasticine", "Shopping & Fucking" and Boris Godunov.

Career[edit]

In 2003 she played the role of Marina in The Magnetic Storms.[1] In 2004 she was selected to help chose the recipients of Russia's Triumph Prize winners.[2] In 2005 she was a member of the jury at the 27th Moscow International Film Festival.[3] In 2007 she played a prostitute in the film May.[4] In 2010 she starred in the Klim Shipenko directed Who am I? playing a provincial journalist.[5]

Personal life[edit]

In August 1996, Tolstoganova married actor Andrei Kuzichev. They have two children: daughter Barbara and son Fedor. The couple divorced in 2010 (according to other sources in 2011). On May 17, 2011 the actress gave birth to a son, Ivan. The boy’s father is theater director Aleksei Agranovich.

Selected filmography[edit]

TV series "The Capital of Sin" 2010, Viktoriya Tolstoganova and Andrey Batt.
Year Title Role Notes
1997 My First Teacher, or The Russian Stag-Party episode
2002 Request stop Lusya Mini-series
2002 The Moon Glades
2002 Shoemaker Alisa
2002 Antikiller Tamara
2002 The Kamikaze Diary Larisa
2003 The Ice-Crusted Ground Ona
2003 Give Me a Life fashion model Rita TV series
2003 The Magnetic Storms Marina
2003 The Angel on Roads Sveta TV series
2004 On The Nameless Height Olga, a sniper Television film
2004 The Moscow Saga Tasya Pyzhikova TV series
2005 Escape Irina
2005 The Man's Season: The Velvet Revolution wife Vershinina
2006 Storm Gate Valya Mini-series
2007 May Viktoriya
2007 The branch of lilac Natalya Satina
2007 Naturщica Dagni Yull
2007 Korolev Kseniya Vincentini wife Korolev
2008 Revenge Nina TV
2008 Invasion Natalia Nowickaya TV
2009 Prodigal children Lidiya Morozova TV series
2009 Maternal instinct Mariya Boikova TV
2010 Burnt by the Sun 2: Exodus Marusia Kotova
2010 Family house Evgeniya Alexeyevna Sokolova TV series
2010 The Capital of Sin Olga TV series
2011 Burnt by the Sun 2: Citadel Marusia Kotova
2011 The Ballad of the bomber Elizaveta TV series
2011 Forest Lake Tonya Stolyarov TV
2011 Find me Natasha Kuzovlёva
2012 Spy Iraida Petrakovich
2013 Department Lidiya TV series
2014 Widow Polina TV series
2014 Embracing sky Marina Lugovaya TV series
2014 The Executioner Raisa TV series
2015 Diamond cross Anna Lanskaya
2015 Investigator Tikhonov Anastasia TV series
2016 Champions: Faster. Above. Stronger mother Svetlana Khorkina
2017 A Policeman's Wife Lera Valetskaya TV series
2017 Going Vertical

References[edit]

  1. ^ Birchenough, Tom (31 October 2003). "Back to Perestroika Era in Factory Film". The Moscow Times. (Sanoma via Highbeam Research). Retrieved 11 August 2012. (subscription required)
  2. ^ Reich, Rebecca (30 January 2004). "Due Credit". The Moscow Times. (Sanoma via Highbeam Research). Retrieved 11 August 2012. (subscription required)
  3. ^ "27th Moscow International Film Festival (2005)". MIFF. Archived from the original on April 3, 2013. Retrieved 2013-04-09. 
  4. ^ Mourzenko, Leo (4 May 2007). "A crime against art". The St. Petersburg Times. (Sanoma). Retrieved 11 August 2012. 
  5. ^ "'Who am I?' and 'The Unfinished Letter' at CIFF". Daily News Egypt. (via Highbeam Research). 7 December 2007. Retrieved 11 August 2012. (subscription required)

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