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Olga Drozdova, theater and film actress

Olga Drozdova, theater and film actress

Olga Drozdova, theater and film actress


Olga Drozdova is a Russian theater and film actress, Honored Artist of Russia (2002). She was awarded the Order of Friendship (2006).
Olga was born on April 1, 1965 in Nakhodka.
At first Olga entered the theater faculty of Far Eastern Art Teachers Training Institute, but then together with her friends decided to go to Sverdlovsk to enter the Sverdlovsk Theatre Institute, and only then entered the Shchepkin Theatre School.
In 1989 she joined the Moscow theater Contemporary.

Personal life
Her first husband was actor Alexander Borovikov. She married him on August 30, 1989 and divorced in 1991.
On December 30, 1994 Olga married actor Dmitry Pevtsov. On August 7, 2007 their son was born.
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Olga and Dmitry Pevtsov


Olga’s theatre roles:
1989 – Steep Route by Eugenia Ginzburg.
1991 – Anfisa
1995 – Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare
1997 – The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov.
1997 – Anomaly by Alexander Galina.
1997 – Warning to small ships by T. Williams
1999 – Three Comrades by EM Remarque
2001 – Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov
2004 – Demons by Fyodor Dostoevsky
2012 – Anarchy by Mike Packer

Selected Filmography
1986 – The arithmetic of love
1991 – Tsar Ivan the Terrible
1992 – Alice and Bookinist
1993 – Split
1997 – Queen Margot
2000 – Gangster Petersburg
2000, 2001 – Request Stop
2002 – Pushkin
2009 – Zhurov

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Olga, her husband Dmitry Pevtsov and their son

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Olga and Dmitry Pevtsov

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Olga – Russian film and theater actress

Drozdova Olga actress

Olga – Russian film and theater actress

Drozdova Olga actress

Olga – Russian film and theater actress

Drozdova Olga actress

Olga – Russian film and theater actress

Drozdova Olga actress

Olga – Russian film and theater actress

Drozdova Olga actress

Olga – Russian film and theater actress


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