Evgenia Simonova is a Soviet and Russian theater and film actress. You know, she is People’s Artist of Russia (1995), Laureate of the State Prize of the USSR (1984).
Pretty girl was born on June 1, 1955 in Leningrad. Her father was a psychologist, academician Pavel Vasilievich Simonov (1926-2002), and her mother Olga Vyazemskaya (1924-1991) was a teacher. Evgenia has brother Yuri Vyazemsky, who is a writer and TV presenter.
From an early age the future actress went to the music school, was engaged in choreography and horseback riding.
By the way, Evgenia debuted in the film Ten Winters In One Summer in 1969 at the age of fourteen.
In 1973, she starred in the film Only Old Men Are Going to Battle by film director Bykov Leonid. And in 1974 she played the role in the film Departure Is Delayed.
The girl graduated from the Shchukin Theater School and the first place of employment for an aspiring actress was the Mayakovsky Theater. The beginning of her career was successful. The young actress made friends with Svetlana Nemoliaeva.