Olga Fadeeva, Russian actress
Olga Fadeeva is a Russian and Belarusian film and theater actress.
Pretty girl was born on October 15, 1978 in Minsk, USSR. The girl’s parents were ballet dancers and she also wanted to become a ballerina. However, she entered the High School Theater.
In the mid-1990s, Olga entered the Belarusian Academy of Arts. During her studies, she starred in music videos for Alexander Malinin’s song We Must Live and Igor Demarin’s song Marilyn Monroe.
You know, Olga’s debut role on the stage was the role of Ophelia in the play Hamlet.
The young Belarusian actress received the first role in the film in 2000. The role was not the main, but the actress managed to show her talents. So she was noticed and immediately was offered to take part in a comedy show on the main Russian channel. Then followed a few minor projects, after which the actress decided to move to Moscow.
In 2000 the girl starred in the television series Emergency, then in TV series Wish Fulfillment Hotel (directed by Valentin Kuznetsov) and the Law.
The actress became popular after the role of Sergeant Irina Pyleeva in the TV series Soldiers.
The filmography of Olga has more than three dozen roles. Among others she played in I Remember (2005), Tourists (2005), The Room with the View of the Lights (2007), The Factory of Happiness (2007).
In 2008, the actress played the main female role in the Russian action movie Invincible. Actor Vladimir Epifantsev was her partner.
In 2009, the actress appeared in the TV series Gypsies. This project has become very popular and the popularity of Fadeeva has increased.
It is known that Olga’s first husband was her teacher Pavel Adamchikov. He was eight years older than Olga. But their marriage did not last long.
The actress married producer Alexander Samokhvalov (her second husband). They have son Alexei, who was born in May 2009.