Evgenia Kryukova, Russian actress
Evgenia Kryukova was born on June 11, 1971 in Moscow.
She is a Soviet-Russian theater and film actress, Honored Artist of Russia (2005).
Evgenia was born in a family of engineers. After leaving school she entered the Moscow Institute of Architecture, but left it.
In 1988 Kryukova became an artist at the Moscow Youth Theater. Then she married an actor Mikhail Zhukov, with whom began to appear on stage as an actress. Her husband helped her acting career.
In 1990 Evgenia entered GITIS. One day Evgenia was invited to star in a movie at “Belarusfilm” studio. However, her debut in the movie did not take place, but the desire to become an actress had become stronger.
For the first time Kryukova appeared in the movie in 1990. She was invited to star in erotic film by French director Francis Leroy, who arrived to Moscow.
In 1993 Evgenia began performing in Mossovet theater.
Widely known Evgenia became after the television series “St. Petersburg Mysteries” where she played Julia Beroeva. Then she starred in the television series “Gangster Petersburg” (investigator Pospelova).
In 2003 the famous film director Eldar Ryazanov invited Kryukova to one of the main roles in the comedy “Bedroom key”.
Another notable role was in the film by Sergei Solovyov “About Love”, produced by the stories of Anton Chekhov. Overall she has played over thirty film roles.
Evgenia has three children and now married to businessman Sergey Glyadelkin.
1989 – Roly-Poly
1990 – Sex and perestroika (Sex et perestroika, France)
1991 – See you in Tahiti
1992 – Far from the St. Petersburg (Daleko ot Sankt-Peterburga, Latvia, Austria)
1993 – The Russian novel (Russian Romance | Rusky roman, Russia, Slovakia, Germany)
1994 – St. Petersburg Mysteries
2000 – Gangster Petersburg
2002 – Falling Up
2003 – The last Soviet film (The Last Soviet Movie, Latvia, Austria)
2003 – Everyone rises to Calvary (Kazakhstan, Russia) –
2003 – Bedroom Key
2003 – About Love
2005 – Kazaroza
2006 – Andersen. Life without love
2006 – Witch (Noid)
2008 – Golden Key
2009 – The Return of the Musketeers
2009 – House on the Lake
2009 – Anna Karenina
2009 – Savva Morozov
2010 – Hamlet. XXI Century