Julia Peresild is a Russian film and theater actress
She was born in Pskov on September 5, 1984. Since childhood, Julia dreamed of working and living in Moscow. For the first time she came to the capital at the age of 11 to participate in the children’s television show “Morning Star”. Even then, Julia Peresild knew who she wanted to become in the future. After leaving school, she returned to Moscow, tried to enter the Moscow Art Theater, but the attempt was unsuccessful, and Julia had to go back to her hometown, where she entered the Pskov Pedagogical Institute at the Faculty of Philology. Yulia Peresild studied at the philology department for only one year. During her studies, she met the poet and musician Vyacheslav Rahman, with whom they created the Night Platform group, toured Russia and gave several concerts in Latvia.
Soon the persistent Julia entered GITIS in two departments at once – acting and directing. The actress, while still in student productions, attracted attention. After graduation she began working at the Theater of Nations, the Theater on Malaya Bronnaya.
Julia’s television career developed much earlier – Peresild began acting in her first year. Her first roles were in the TV series “Plot”, “The Princess and the Beggar”, “Yesenin”. Julia Peresild worked on the same site with such actors as Leonid Yarmolnik, Oleg Tabakov, Alexey Serebryakov, Sergey Bezrukov, Valery Zolotukhin. In 2006, the actress starred in a movie for the first time. Her role in the film “The Bride” was loved and remembered by the viewer.
The next film with her participation was released two years later, it was the film “Captive” by Alexei Uchitel, in which Julia Peresild played one of the main female roles. After this picture, the actress increasingly appeared on the screens, performing interesting and vivid roles. So, “Kinotavr-2009” opened the film “Shrimp Kiss” with her participation. One of the last works of the actress – the role in the film “Edge” by Alexei Uchitel, for which Peresild received two awards at once. For example: “White Elephant”, “Golden Eagle” – for Best Supporting Actress.