Olga Krasko is a Russian theater and film actress.
Pretty girl was born on November 30, 1981 in Kharkov, USSR. You know, she was engaged in gymnastics, dancing and singing. Later the family moved to Moscow, where the girl joined children’s club Nadezhda. They participated in numerous charity concerts, performed in schools, orphanages and camps. Efim Steinberg was Olga’s teacher. It was he who helped the girl to understand she could become an actress. So, Olga entered the Moscow Art Theatre School.
Her acting career began long before the graduation. Her debut role the actress played in the film Gendarme’s Story. When Czech filmmakers asked Oleg Tabakov to offer them Russian actress for the role in their next movie, he sent them photos of several young actresses, including Krasko’s photo. The Czechs chose Olga. The project proved to be top-rated. Later she starred in the detective film The Failure of Poirot.