Yulia Beretta (real name - Yulia Glebova) was born on February 19, 1979 in Moscow.
Yulia is a Russian singer and actress.
As a child, she was very athletic girl - engaged in fencing, figure skating, dancing. But Yulia's main hobby was music. The girl graduated from music school and later from GITIS.
At first Yulia worked with DJs at weddings. And then, thanks to her unusual timbre of the voice, she was invited to the pop group "Strelki", where she performed under the pseudonym Yu-Yu. The girl was not only a singer, but she also became the author of several hits for band "Strelki", which were presented in the album.
In September 2002, Yulia left the band to begin her solo career under the name - Beretta.
The popular singer became an actress, quite unexpected. Film director Elena Raiskaya was looking for a main actress for her comedy "Super mother-in-law for loser" ("Supertescha dlya neudachnika"). And in the cafe Elena saw Yulia Beretta, who was invited to play the main role.
In 2004, Yulia starred in two films. In the comedy "Wonderful Valley" by Rana Kubeva and Dmitry Astrakhan's film "Dream Factory", which tells about the secret life of the movie business.
In 2005 Beretta began working with Andrei Gubin as a sound producer and author of songs for the new album.
To date, Yulia Beretta takes part in various projects, continues to act in films and works as a solo singer.
2002 - Thief 2
2006 - Cursed Paradise
2008 - Best Film
2008 - Very Russian Detective
2008 – Antisnayper, Antisnayper 2 (Ukraine)
2009 – Step by step
2012 - Do not cry for me, Argentina
2013 - Look for mom
2013 - Caesar
2013 - Lucky
2013 - Zemsky Doktor. Return.