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Galina Danilova

Galina Danilova

Galina Danilova


Galina Danilova is a Russian theater and film actress.
Galina was born on May 2, 1968 in Yoshkar-Ola. At school, she did not miss any theater performance, and always played the main roles.
After school Galina entered the Kazan drama school. In 1989 Galina moved to Moscow and became an actress in Satyricon theater. She played in The Threepenny Opera, Jacques and his Master, Estremadurskie killer, The Thief of Bagdad, etc.
The actress was supposed to play the role of Tamara Kozhemyatko (secretary) in the TV series Daddy’s Daughter, but she was offered the title role in the TV series Step by Step.

Personal life
Galina’s first husband was her classmate Vladimir Popov. They worked together in Ryazan and Satyricon, but then they parted. While parents made the career in Moscow, their son Nikita lived with his grandmother in Kazan. He graduated from the Kazan Theatre School.
Her second husband was a wealthy Moscow businessman. They were together for five years.
Galina met her third husband Dmitry Koltakov, guitarist of the group Jazz Balalaika, in Satyricon. They lived together for 10 years. Galina gave birth to their daughter Uliana.
In 2010, while on holidays in Turkey Galina had a love affair with the captain of a cruise ship. In 2011 they got married.

Selected Filmography
2005 – Oh, frost, frost!
2006 – Kadetstvo
2006-2008 – Happy Together
2007 – Who’s the Boss?
2008 – Father’s Daughters
2008 – Step by Step
2010 – Christmas tree
2011 – Moscow – not Moscow
2011 – Maiden hunting

TV
2004-2013 – 6 Kadrov

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Galina and her daughter

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Galina – Russian theater and film actress

Danilova Galina actress

Galina – Russian theater and film actress

Danilova Galina actress

Galina – Russian theater and film actress

Danilova Galina actress

Galina – Russian theater and film actress

Danilova Galina actress

Galina – Russian theater and film actress


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