Viktoriya Tolstoganova at the opening of the 21st film festival "Kinotavr" in 2010.
Viktoriya Viktorovna Tolstoganova
24 March 1972
(m. 1996–2011) Aleksei Agranovich
|Awards||Golden Eagle Award |
Viktoriya Tolstoganova was born in Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. Born on March 24, 1972 in Moscow in the family of an engineer and an English teacher. She has three younger sisters. After graduating high school, she tried to enter theater university. In 1992, Victoria passed the selection at both Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) and GITIS. Her choice fell on Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS), where she studied traditional school of Russian psychological theatre for Professor Joseph Heifits. While still a student, she was invited to the troupe of the Moscow Art Theatre, where she served until the mid-2000s.
In 2003 she played the role of Marina in The Magnetic Storms. In 2004 she was selected to help chose the recipients of Russia's Triumph Prize winners. In 2005 she was a member of the jury at the 27th Moscow International Film Festival. In 2007 she played a prostitute in the film May. In 2010 she starred in the Klim Shipenko directed Who am I? playing a provincial journalist.
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 17 May 2011 the actress gave birth to a son, Ivan. The boy’s father is theater director Aleksei Agranovich.
|1997||My First Teacher, or The Russian Stag-Party||episode|
|2002||The Moon Glades|
|2002||The Kamikaze Diary||Larisa|
|2003||The Ice-Crusted Ground||Ona|
|2003||The Magnetic Storms||Marina|
|2005||The Man's Season: The Velvet Revolution||wife Vershinina|
|2007||The branch of lilac||Natalya Satina|
|2007||Korolev||Kseniya Vincentini wife Korolev|
|2010||Burnt by the Sun 2: Exodus||Marusia Kotova|
|2011||Burnt by the Sun 2: Citadel||Marusia Kotova|
|2011||Find me||Natasha Kuzovlёva|
|2012||The Spy||Iraida Petrakovich|
|2015||Diamond cross||Anna Lanskaya|
|2016||Champions: Faster. Above. Stronger||Svetlana Khorkina's mother|
|2017||Going Vertical||Ksenia Garanzhina|
|2003||Give Me a Life||fashion model Rita||TV series|
|2003||The Angel on Roads||Sveta||TV series|
|2004||On The Nameless Height||Olga, a sniper||Television film|
|2004||Moscow Saga||Tasya Pyzhikova||TV series|
|2009||Prodigal children||Lidiya Morozova||TV series|
|2009||Maternal instinct||Mariya Boikova||TV|
|2010||Family house||Evgeniya Alexeyevna Sokolova||TV series|
|2010||The Capital of Sin||Olga||TV series|
|2011||The Ballad of the bomber||Elizaveta||TV series|
|2011||Forest Lake||Tonya Stolyarov||TV|
|2014||Embracing sky||Marina Lugovaya||TV series|
|2014||The Executioner||Raisa||TV series|
|2015||Investigator Tikhonov||Anastasia||TV series|
|2017||A Policeman's Wife||Lera Valetskaya||TV series|
- Birchenough, Tom (31 October 2003). "Back to Perestroika Era in Factory Film". The Moscow Times. (Sanoma via Highbeam Research). Archived from the original on 11 June 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2012.(subscription required)
- Reich, Rebecca (30 January 2004). "Due Credit". The Moscow Times. (Sanoma via Highbeam Research). Archived from the original on 9 April 2016. Retrieved 11 August 2012.(subscription required)
- "27th Moscow International Film Festival (2005)". MIFF. Archived from the original on 3 April 2013. Retrieved 9 April 2013.
- Mourzenko, Leo (4 May 2007). "A crime against art". The St. Petersburg Times. (Sanoma). Retrieved 11 August 2012.
- "'Who am I?' and 'The Unfinished Letter' at CIFF". Daily News Egypt. (via Highbeam Research). 7 December 2007. Archived from the original on 11 June 2014. Retrieved 11 August 2012.(subscription required)