Olga Kabo, actress
Olga Kabo is a Soviet and Russian actress, Honored Artist of Russia (2002), a member of the Russian Stuntmen’s Association (1995).
Olga was born on January 28, 1968 in Moscow into the family of engineers. Her grandfather was a Secretary of the Central Committee of Youth of Ukraine. In 1937 he was arrested and sent to Kolyma.
From an early age Olga was engaged in many artistic activities: she studied ballroom dance, rhythmic gymnastics, and even entered the cosmonaut’s studio. The girl studied English at a special school with advanced English courses, and attended art and musical schools, then later at the Moscow conservatory.
At the age of 15 she debuted on the big screen in the film Anna Pavlova. Kabo also starred in the youth drama And Everything Returns (by Yaroslav Lupyi) and Vitaly Makarov’s musical film No Joking.
In 1989 she graduated from VGIK and in 2002 from the Moscow State University.
Olga Kabo became famous in 1989 for her role in Lysistrata Comedy which brought her the reputation of a Russian movie sex symbol. In the 1990s, she became internationally known for her roles in The Ice Runner (Lena, 1992) and Burial of the Rats (Anna, 1995). Kabo became a Mossovet Theater actress since 2002.
In 2007 Olga took part in the TV project Ice Age paired with figure skater Maxim Marinin.
Her most popular roles the actress played in such films as The Wizard of Oz (1994), Queen Margot (1996), Cruel Time (2004), The Bat (2005), Thumbelina (2007), In forests and mountains (2010), Battle of Warsaw. 1920 (2011), The Mystery of the Snow Queen (2012) and many others.
Olga’s first husband was businessman Edward Vasilishin. Their daughter Tatiana was born on August 25, 1998. Tatiana Vasilishina is also an actress.
On March 19, 2009 Kabo married businessman Nikolai Razgulyayev. Their son Viktor was born on July 31, 2012.