Dina Korzun (her real name is Dianna Korzun-Frank) is a Russian theater and film actress.
Dina was born on April 13, 1971 in Smolensk.
In 1995, she graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School. As a student Dina received an invitation to work in the Moscow Art Theater, where she made her debut in the play Love in the Crimea, directed by Roman Kozak.
In the movie, Dina started to act in 1994. She debuted in the short film She’s Inside The Walls (directed by Margarita Podyapolskaya).
In 1999 she was awarded Nika for her role in the film The Land of the Deaf directed by Valeri Todorovski.
Dina starred in the film The Last Refuge (2000) directed by Pavel Pavlikovski and received awards for her role of Tanya at film festivals in London and Bratislava.
She starred in the film The President And His Granddaughter directed by Tigran Keosayan, The Road by Natalia Petrova, The Theory Of Binge by Natalia Pogonicheva, in the television series Female Novel by Sergei Snezhkin.
The last Dina’s work was the main role in the American film Forty Shades of Blue directed by Ira Sachs. The film won the top award at the International Film Festival Sundance.
Dina and Chulpan Khamatova are the founders of the charity fund Give Life, which helps children with hematologic and other deadly diseases.
Now the actress lives in London.
In 1990 Korzun gave birth to her son Timur.
In 2001 Dina married Belgian documentary filmmaker Louis Alfred Franco. In 2008 she gave birth to her first daughter and on May 20, 2010 her second daughter was born.