Ksenia Alferova was born on May 24, 1974 into the family of popular theater and film actress Irina Alferova and Bulgarian Ambassador Boyko Gyurov. Later she was adopted by an actor Alexander Abdulov.
Ksenia is a Russian actress whose first role was in the film The Woman in White (1981), where Abdulov played the main role.
At first the future actress chose another career, in 1992 she entered the Moscow State Law Academy, but then she graduated from the Art Theatre School.
From 2000 to 2001 she was Vladimir Markin’s co-host of the TV show Bingo.
The girl played the lead role in the film St. Petersburg-Cannes Express directed by American director John Daly. Ksenia played her role in English.
Ksenia was a participant of the TV project Ice Age (2008-2009). In the show Ice Age 2 she performed together with Povilas Vanagas and at the project Ice Age 3 her partner was Peter Chernyshev.
In 2015 Alferova played a role in the play The Fear Of A Bubble.
In November 2001 she married Egor Beroev. On April 5, 2007 Ksenia gave birth to their daughter Evdokia.
Together with her husband Egor Beroev Ksenia founded the charitable foundation I Am.
1984 – The right to choose
1991 – First Class
2001 – Moscow Windows
2001 – New Adventures
2003 – Taste of Murder
2003 – The Petersburg-Cannes Express
2007 – Trap
2009 – Windows
2011 – Steep banks