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Amalia Mordvinova, Russian Cinderella

Amalia Mordvinova, Russian Cinderella

Amalia Mordvinova, Russian Cinderella


Amalia Mordvinova is an actress and radio host.
Amalia was born on November 20, 1973 in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, USSR. Her real name is Lyudmila Parygina. Later she took the name Amalia, and her mother’s maiden surname Mordvinova. Her alias is Amalia & Amalia.
At the age of seventeen she went to conquer the capital of Russia. In 1995 Amalia graduated from the Shchukin Theatre School. At first she played at the theatre.
Her first film role was in the movie Road to Paradise (1993).
Amalia played a major role in the TV series Hunting for Cinderella (2000).

The actress was awarded Crystal Turandot for her theatre works. She is a laureate of the State Prize of Russia (1996, for the play The Royal Game, Lenk Theater). Amalia was the winner of Moscow Pegasus, Baltic Pearl, Komsomolskaya Pravda Audience Choice Award and Seagull award.
Amalia has quite unusual hobby – she collects bells.

Personal life
Her first husband was Igor Zorin.
Her second husband (2000 – summer 2004) was Alexander Goldanskiy, businessman and economist. They have a daughter, Diana (born in 2000).
Her third husband was Vadim Belyaev, a businessman (divorced on October 27, 2009). They have three children: German (born in 2005), Evangelina (born in 2007) and Seraphim (born in 2009).

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Amalia and her children


Selected filmography
1995 – Fatal Eggs
1999 – Recluse
2000 – Summer or 27 stolen kisses
2004 – Dasha Vasileva. A lover of private investigation 2
2004 – Words and Music
2005 – Swan paradise
2005 – Three Musketeers
2008 Radio Day
2008 – Photographer
2011 – Generation
Mordvinova Amalia actress

Amalia – Russian theater and film actress

Mordvinova Amalia actress

Amalia – Russian theater and film actress

Mordvinova Amalia actress

Amalia – Russian theater and film actress

Mordvinova Amalia actress

Amalia – Russian theater and film actress

Mordvinova Amalia actress

Amalia – Russian theater and film actress

Mordvinova Amalia actress

Amalia – Russian theater and film actress

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