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Darya Poverennova – Russian actress

Darya Poverennova

Darya Poverennova – Russian actress


Darya Poverennova is a Russian theater and film actress.
Pretty girl was born on June 15, 1972 in Moscow. Her father worked as a translator in the publishing house Progress and her mother Tatiana Lukyanova was a theater actress. And the beloved grandmother of the future actress Nadezhda Tyshkevich was a ballerina in the troupe of the Kiev Opera and Ballet Theater. It’s interesting that the grandfather of Dasha was the legendary Soviet actor Sergei Vladimirovich Lukyanov, who played in the films Kuban Cossacks, Big Family, Rumyantsev Case and others.
When her parents divorced Dasha stayed with her mother. The girl spent her childhood in the theater. She watched her mother’s performances and was proud of her.
The future actress studied at a school where the English language was intensively studied. Parents wanted Daria to become an interpreter like her father. But in 1989, when the girl finished school, she decided to enter the Shchukin Theater School. The attempt failed. Thanks to the good knowledge of English, she worked as an interpreter for the famous director Alexander Mitta. At that time, he was working on an international project Lost in Siberia.
In 1990, Poverennova became a student of the Shchukin Theater School.

You know, her film career began with… Hollywood erotica. In 1992, American director Zalman King invited her to play a role in erotic drama series Red Shoe Diaries.
Her career in Russian cinema began with Alexander Chernykh’s melodrama I Love, based on Victoria Tokareva’s story Nothing Special.
In 1994, Poverennova graduated from the Shchukin Theater School and joined the Mayakovsky Theater. There she pretty soon became one of the leading actresses. Darya played in the performances Vanyushin’s Kids, Three Sisters, Dangerous Turn, The Brothers Karamazov and others.
Darya first was remembered as Vera from the TV series Happy Birthday Bourjois. A little later, she played the role of Cosmos’s stepmother in the famous crime saga Brigade. Then there were roles in movies and TV series – Turkish March, Detectives, DMB.
The criminal detective The Game brought the actress fame in 2011. In 2014, Poverennova played a secondary role in the melodrama Samara-2, and a year later she appeared in the detective drama Black River, the adaptation of the Irina Melnikova’s novel Unfinished Romance.
In 2016, Daria played the main role in the four-part melodrama Payback for Happiness. Then the actress appeared in the melodrama Kaleidoscope of Destiny and in the drama Not Together.
The actress participated in various TV shows The Great Race, Empire, Circus with Stars and others.
Dasha and her daughter Polina live in Moscow. Polina performs with the dance ensemble Carnival, paints and learns foreign languages.
In her free time Darya is involved in horseback riding, swimming, fencing, and she also plays the piano and the guitar.

Personal life
Being a theater school student Darya married Alexander Zhigalkin and gave birth to her daughter Polina. They were together for five years.
Then Poverennova met the star of the TV series Happy Birthday Bourgeois Valery Nikolaev and fell in love. When they met, Valery was married to Russian actress Irina Apeksimova. But their love affair began when Nikolaev left his wife. Their relationship lasted for more than two years, and all the friends were waiting for the wedding invitations, but lovable actor met another woman and went to her.
On the set of the TV series Guardian Angel she met actor Anatoly Rudenko. Despite the strong feelings, Darya didn’t believe they could be together, because her boyfriend was ten years younger. But Anatoly already started talking about the wedding, and Darya believed him. Some time later, the actress found out that Rudenko dated young actress Elena Dudina.
At a recent film festival in Moscow, the actress was seen with Andrei Rudenskiy.
In 2015, journalists began talking about Daria’s love affair with Andrei Sharonov, the rector of the Moscow School of Management.
Her official site: www.daryapoverennova.ru

Darya Poverennova – Russian actress