Anna Snatkina

 

Anna Snatkina

Anna Alekseevna Snatkina is a Russian theater and film actress. She is best known for her roles in the films “Landing Tour” and the series “Fighter”, “Yesenin”, “Site”.

Anna Snatkina was born on July 13, 1983 in Moscow. Her parents are hereditary aviation engineers. In early age, Anna Snatkina was actively interested in gymnastics, and then in sports aerobics. Over the years, Anna has achieved multiple successes, including receiving the first adult gymnastics category and performing at the Olympic Youth Games. But, being professionally involved in sports, Anna, at the same time, wanted to act in films, and, having received her secondary education, decided to continue her studies at a theater university.

Anna Snatkina

As a preparation, Anna played in a school amateur theater and attended courses at the Shchukin School, and then at VGIK, in which she was subsequently successfully enrolled. In her student years, Snatkina was engaged in various part-time jobs: she was photographed for book covers and even sold music audio recordings on the market. Due to the fact that VGIK students were allowed to act in films, already at the initial stage of training in 2004, Anna made her debut on television, starring in the television series “Moscow Saga”, and then played in the next series – “Plot”.

Notable success came to her in 2005, after Anna took part in the filming of a number of television series, including “Airport”, “Call”, “Fighter”, “I will not be back” and “Yesenin”. In the same period, the actress played in Natalia Bondarchuk’s film Pushkin: The Last Duel. On the wave of success, Snatkina began to receive active offers of work in new projects, and in subsequent years the actress was noted in many television series and television films (“Tatiana’s Day”, “General Therapy”, “Desantura”, “General Therapy 2” and “Russian Heiress “). Also in 2007, Anna, together with Yevgeny Grigorov, won the main prize of the show “Dancing with the Stars 2”. And in October 2012, Anna married actor Viktor Vasiliev.

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