Anastasiya Vedenskaya is a Russian theater and film actress.
Anastasiya was born on October 14, 1984.
She graduated from the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute in 2006.
The actress debuted in the film Life Long Night directed by Nikolai Khomeriki, where she played the main role of strong girl Zinka. The film was awarded the Grand Prix at the Seventh International Charity Film Festival Radiant Angel and the Audience Choice Award at the annual film festival Amur Autumn in 2010. For the role of Zina Anastasia received her first award – a prize For acting named after Vladislav Galkin at the 8th Festival of Military Movie in Bryansk.
Vedenskaya married actor and film director Vladimir Epifantsev. They have two sons – Gordei and Orfei.
Vladimir Epifantsev is Russian film and theater actor, director, television presenter, music video director.
He was born on September 8, 1971 in Moscow. Vladimir graduated from the Shchukin Theatre School and studied at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS). At the same time he created a theater project Prok-Theater.
In 1998-1999 he starred in the movie Green Elephant Calf, it was his first experience in the cinema.
In 2007 he took part in the TV show King of the Ring.
In 2009 Vladimir participated in the TV project Dancing with the Stars on Russia-1 channel paired with Anastasia Novozhilova.
In 2012, Epifantsev together with his wife Anastasia Vedenskaya, took part in the TV show Polyglot on Culture channel.
His father Georgy Epifantsev (1939-1992) was an actor. Vladimir’s elder brother – Mikhail Epifantsev (1968-1998) was also an actor known for his role in the film The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed.
Vladimir starred in many films: Border. Taiga novel (2000), Five bottles of vodka (2001), Turkish March 3 (2002), An Invisible Sign (2004), Mama Do not Cry 2 (2005), My General (2006), Waiting for a miracle (2007), Best Grandma (2009), Escape (2010), S.T.A.L.K.E.R. (2011) and many others.