Nataliya Antonova, actress
Nataliya Antonova is a Russian film and theater actress.
She was born on March 12, 1974 in Moscow.
After school, Nataliya decided to become an actress. Her younger sister Svetlana Antonova and cousin Oleg Mosalev are also actors.
In 1997 Antonova played at the Gogol Theatre (Moscow Theatre named after Nikolay Gogol).
Nataliya made her debut in the movie in 1997 in the films My First Teacher and At The Dawn Of The Misty Youth. Then she starred in TV series: Kamenskaya (Elina Bartos), Ugra’s gold, Three against all, Open Season 2, Autumn Blues.
In 2001 Antonova’s five-year-old son first appeared in the film Brigada.
Nataliya became popular after the role of Polina in the TV series Another Life (2003). In the same 2003 the actress starred in the television series Emperor’s Love.
She also starred in Obstinate Target (2004), The Intrigues of Love (2005), Surprise (2008), Devil’s Dozen (2009).
Antonova played in several plays, including Faithful Wife, Chori Chori Chupke Chupke, Mother Hulda.
In 1996 Antonova married actor Alexander Vershinin. They have son Artyom. Natasha and Alexander were together from 1996 and 2001.
Her second husband is gynecologist Nikolay Semenov. They have two sons Nikita (born in 2005) and Maxim.