Agata Gotova was born on October 14, 1977 in Moscow.
The girl began her career as a child star in the former Soviet Union’s version of The Mickey Mouse Club, the morning show Budilnik (Alarm Clock, 1987).
She spent her childhood touring Europe and performing as part of the famous children’s dance troupe Kalinka and headlined the troupe’s 1989 film Kalinka (1989).
As a teenager, she performed in satirist Mikhail Zhvanetsky’s Political Cabaret.
Then she moved to France and attended the Sorbonne University.
After immigrating to the United States, she worked on a program for Russian Television which focused on celebrity interviews and events. This evolved into the 1999 celebrity interview program, Faces and Names.
She is the star of the current motion picture, Say It in Russian, and she also played the lead female role in Never Submit.
Actor Igor Nikolaev, actress Agata Gotova and actor Rade Serbedzija attend a Photocall promoting the television series Say It In Russian on the third day of the 2008 Monte Carlo Television Festival held at Grimaldi Forum on June 10, 2008 in Monaco, Principality of Monaco.
By the way, Agata participated in organizing Matéo Mornar’s exhibition during the first official visit of Prince Albert of Monaco to Moscow in 2013.
You know, in 2015, she organized the joint performances of the Bolshoi Ballet and the Mariinsky Opera in Monaco.