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Liza Arzamasova, Russian actress

Liza Arzamasova, Russian actress

Liza Arzamasova, Russian actress


Liza Arzamasova is a Russian theater and film actress, TV presenter, singer.
Liza was born on March 17, 1995 in Moscow. She began to play in films when she was only 4.
Liza played the main role in the musical Annie (director – Nina Chusova). In 2004, at the 9th theater festival Moscow Debuts the young actress was awarded the audience award for this role.
A year later, Arzamasova debuted at the Moscow Academic Music Theatre, New Opera as little Anastasia Romanova in the opera Anastasia, and in 2007 she played the role of a girl-Jesus in the performance of the Moscow Art Theatre The Pillowman (Director – Kirill Serebrennikov).
Elizaveta became popular after the TV series Father’s Daughters, where she played one of the main roles – Galina Vasnetsova.

New success and probably a new step in a creative way was the role of Juliet in Romeo and Juliet at the Moscow theater. Liza’s first performance took place on January 30, 2010, so the first time she played Juliet at the age of 14. In the same year, she sang the song I Am Your Sun.
In 2012, Arzamasova voiced a heroine of full-length animated film by Disney/Pixar Braveheart (Scottish princess Merida).
Liza participated in the project Ice Age. Thanks to this project she took part in two fabulous performances by Ilya Averbukh – The Mystery of Treasure Island and Winx.
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Liza and Philip Bedniy in Romeo and Juliet

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Liza and her mother

Arzamasova Elizaveta actress

Elizaveta Arzamasova – Russian actress, singer and presenter

Arzamasova Elizaveta actress

Elizaveta Arzamasova – Russian actress, singer and presenter

Arzamasova Elizaveta actress

Elizaveta Arzamasova – Russian actress, singer and presenter

Arzamasova Elizaveta actress

Elizaveta Arzamasova – Russian actress, singer and presenter

Arzamasova Elizaveta actress

Elizaveta Arzamasova – Russian actress, singer and presenter


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