Anna Semenovich is a Russian figure skater, actress, television presenter, pop singer and model. She was born in 1980 in Moscow. Anna is believed to be one of the most desirable women in the country of hot girls, cold weather and famous theatres. Early in her career, Semenovich skated with Maxim Kachanov. They competed at Goodwill Games in 1994 and took the 5th place. With Vladimir Fedorov she won the Finland Trophy twice and competed on the Grand Prix of Figure Skating. The highlight of their partnership was competing at the 1998 World Championships, where they placed 15th. Their partnership ended in 1999 and Semenovich teamed up with Roman Kostomarov for one season. With Kostomarov, she is the Russian bronze medalist and competed at both the 2000 European Championships and the 2000 World Championships. She retired from professional sport due to injury of the meniscus.
Semenovich began working as an actress, model, and singer.
She sang with Blestyashchie (Brilliant, Блестящие) from 2003–07, then she left to follow a solo career. In 2008, she released her album, "Rumors" (Слухи).
In 2009, Semenovich competed in the Russian national final for the Eurovision Song Contest.
She has starred in many films: "Bachelors" (2004), "Balzac Age, or All Men Are Bast ..." (2004), "Night Watch" (2004), "Doomed to be a Star" (2005), "Irony of Fate. Continued "(2007), and youth television series "Students "(2005),"The Club "(2006); in the series "All this sudden" (2007) played a major role; Hitler Kaput! (2008), Real boys (2011), Aladdin's New Adventures (2012), Bolshaya rzhaka! (in production), Polar flight, or everything will be new (Ukraine, in production, 2013).
Anna Semenovich's photos can be seen in many popular magazines (eg, «Maxim», «FHM», «XXL»).