Ekaterina Guseva, actress and singer
Ekaterina Guseva is a Russian film and theater actress and singer, Honored Artist of Russia (2009).
Ekaterina was born on July 9, 1976 in Moscow. In her childhood the girl was engaged in gymnastics, figure skating, swimming, dancing.
She became famous thanks to her role in the television series Brigada (2002).
Katya was involved in the Georgian dance ensemble Kolkhida.
Guseva graduated from the dramatic college by B.V. Schukin. Katya played a lot of roles during her studying, but her favorite was the 80-year-old from The Last Ones, a play by Maxim Gorky.
From 1997 to 2001 Ekaterina performed at the Theater U Nikitinskih Vorot (By Nikitin’s Gate) under the direction of Mark Rozovskii.
Guseva played the role of Katya Tatarionova in the first Russian classic musical Nord-Ost. She is the first actress from Russia, who was invited to the musicals’ stars festival in Norvegia (Big Musical Gala). In spring 2002, together with Andrei Bogdanov and the authors of the play Alexei Ivashchenko and Georgi Vasiliev Ekaterina conquered the North Pole. During this expedition, she sang at the temperature of -40 ° C, this fact was written in the Guinness Book of Records of Russia.
The actress participated in the TV project Stars on Ice where her partner was figure skater Roman Kostomarov.
Ekaterina starred in the musical Beauty and the Beast.
Katya is married to Vladimir Abashkin and they have son Alexei (born on November 1, 1999) and daughter Anna (born on October 25, 2010).