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Anastasia Tsvetaeva

Anastasia Tsvetaeva

Anastasia Tsvetaeva

Anastasia Tsvetaeva is a Russian actress, who became famous after her role in the movie Let’s Make Love.
She was born on September 24, 1981 in Moscow.
Anastasia graduated from the Russian University of Theatre Arts (GITIS).
For the first time the actress appeared in a cameo role in the film by Denis Evstigneev Let’s Make Love. Then she starred in the film Do Not Even Think About It and Dream On. However, Nastya became popular after the music video of the band Zveri – Vsyo chto tebya kasaetsya (2003), and in the teen comedy Call Me Genie.
In 2004, Anastasia starred in the TV series Young And Happy on STS channel.

Nastya has released a line of clothing under the name Nastya Tsvetaeva – evening dresses for pregnant women. She also wrote articles and essays for L’Officiel, Parade, Sex and the City and Elle.
In 2007, she became editor in chief of the portal Main people, and in 2008 Nastia became the face of the magazine Children.
In 2008, Nastya has changed her hair color from blonde to brown special for the title role in the film Bitch for a Champion.
In 2014 Anastasia directed a short 13-minute film The Jerusalem Syndrome, which was presented at the Cannes Film Festival. She has acted as a producer and director of the film, and also played a major role in it.
Now she lives in Moscow and Tel Aviv. She creates her own jewelry brand Nastia Olgan.

Personal life
At the age of sixteen Anastasia left home and lived with a man who was fourteen years older. They were together for five years.
On the set of the film Do Not Even Think she met film director Oleg Goncharov and soon they got married.
In October 2005, the actress gave birth to son Kuzma.
Her third husband, she met while on vacation in Turkey.
In 2010, Anastasia married Nadav Olgan. Tsvetaeva gave birth to their daughter Ester on August 28, 2012.

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Anastasia and her husband

Selected filmography
2003 – Next 3
2004 – Dream Factory
2005 – Call me Djinn
2006 – Storm Gate
2006 – Bodyguard
2007 – Masha and the sea
2009 – South Wind. Clear day
2010 – Family history
2011 – Melody of Love
2011 – Dandelion
2012 – Your World
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