Elizabeth Boyarskaya, daughter of Mikhail Boyarsky and Larisa Luppin.
Elizabeth was born on December 20, 1985. She grew up as an ordinary child. She studied classical and jazz dance and did not show her acting skills in any way While studying in the last grades, I decided to enter the Faculty of Journalism of St. Petersburg State University.
However, after spending some time on preparatory courses, I was disappointed in my choice. After that, she announced to her parents that she would enter the St. Petersburg State Academy of Theater Arts. Neither his father nor his mother had tried to dissuade her daughter. They only warned her about how difficult the life of an actor can be. But the girl was not afraid of anything, and she entered the institute to study as an actress. Elizaveta Boyarskaya was an excellent student. It was not for nothing that she received a Presidential scholarship. In 2007. she graduated from the academy.
Elizabeth Boyarskaya is a Russian theater and film actress
The actress first appeared on the stage in 2006. Her debut work was the role of Goneril in the production of “King Lear”. She began acting in films in 2005. Many people remember her for the role of Tanya in the film “The First after God” and Vera in the film “You will not Leave Me”. The popularity of the actress came after the release of the sequel to” The Irony of Fate ” by Timur Bekmambetov. This was followed by a major work in the film “Admiral”, where Boyarskaya’s partner on the set was Konstantin Khabensky. The actress played the beloved of the famous Admiral Kolchak-Anna Timireva.
Since 2006, Elizaveta Boyarskaya has become an actress of the St. Petersburg Maly Drama Theater. Since 2008, it can be seen in the entreprise “Cyrano de Bergerac”. Here she plays the role of Roxanne. Cyrano is played by Sergey Bezrukov.
Probably, many viewers expected to see Lisa Boyarskaya in the role of d’Artagnan’s daughter in the film “The Return of the Musketeers”. However, this role was performed by another actress. The daughter of the Musketeer of All Russia herself said that she did not agree to this role simply for the reason that she did not like the script.
In 2010. Elizaveta Boyarskaya married a colleague in the acting department-Maxim Matveev, known for his eccentric role in the film “Stilyagi»