Agniya Ditkovskite, film actress
Agniya Ditkovskite is a Russian and Lithuanian actress.
She was born on born May 11, 1988 in Vilnius, USSR into a family of Lithuanian film director Olegas Ditkovskis and Russian actress Tatiana Lyutaeva. Until 2003 Agniya lived in Lithuania, and in 2004 she, her mother and younger brother Dominique moved to Russia. The girl decided to follow her parents’ footsteps and entered the Film Institute, but left it after a year. Despite this, she was able to start professional career and made her debut in the feature film “Heat” (2006), in which Agniya played a title role.
The actress starred in Alexey Chumakov’s music video for the song “Here and there” and in “Danissimo” advertising, sang the song “Airplanes” together with Roma Kenga.
In 2010, the actress was invited to play in the second part of the movie “The Game”. Agniya also took part in the filming of “Vij. The Return”, where she played the role of a witch.
In 2011, Ditkovskite starred in the film adaptation of Alexander Pushkin’snovel “Boris Godunov” directed by Vladimir Mirzoyev, where she played Marina Mnishek.
Agniya met her future husband, actor Alexei Chadov on the set of the film “Heat”. At that time she was 17 years old and he was 24. They were together in the United States, where Alexei played a title role in the film “Love in the City”. The two dated from 2006 to 2009. Then the couple broke up.
Agniya had a love affair with singer Roma Kenga, who wrote the song “Airplanes” special for her. Their relationship didn’t last long.
But the love didn’t go away. In 2010 it became known that Ditkovskite and Chadov reengaged. At the end of August 2012 they got married. On June 5, 2014 Agniya gave birth to a son.