Kristina Asmus is a Russian theater and film actress who became popular after playing the role of the naive Varvara Chernous in the TV series “Interns”.
Kristina was born on April 14, 1988 in the Moscow region, in the city of Korolev. In addition to her, the Asmus family has three other daughters. Kristina was engaged in rhythmic gymnastics since childhood, and later became a master of sports. Her parents had high hopes for her daughter’s athletic future, but in high school, Kristina announced that she wanted to become an actress.
Kristina Asmus studied in a theater studio, and even as a schoolgirl, performed on stage. She played Zhenya Komelkova in the play “The Dawns are Quiet here …” at the MEL Theater, Fantine from “The Portrait of Mademoiselle Targis” at the Royal Theater for Young People. Kristina was haunted by a manic desire to play. “From the age of sixteen, I went to auditions and auditions, and it was a nightmare because it didn’t work out. I remember the moment when I was lying at home on our bunk bed, crying and saying: “My God, at least something… at least a small role! I don’t need much, I have enough! “And nothing. I carried photos everywhere with me, looked for samples in newspapers, on the Internet, from friends. She ran like hell, even took part in the extras, ” says Kristina.
Short biography of Kristina Asmus
For the entrance exams to the Moscow Art Theater School, the applicant already had a little experience working on the stage. Kristina entered the course of Konstantin Raikin. But after six months, the girl was expelled – the master pointed out the future star of the series to the door, advising her to work hard on herself. Hurtful words did not break the girl. The poor woman went to work in the regional youth theater and the Theater of the Good Fairy Tale in Moscow, where she played for almost three years. At the age of 20, Kristina tried to do it again – so she got into the V. Shchepkin VTU to Boris Klyuev. Two years later, Kristina became a real TV star.
Asmus was confirmed for the lead role in the comedy project “Interns” (2010).
“The casting director called me and said that they had seen my photos and videos and wanted to invite me to the project. I came to the casting, not really expecting anything. But the number of people decreased and decreased, and by the end of the casting, we were alone with one girl. When I was approved, I thought I was mistaken for some organic substance.
And then it turned out that they had their eye on me from the very beginning and were just looking for partners for me,” says the actress. In the series, she played the role of the naive, kind-hearted beauty Varya Chernous, who likes everything to be honest. The series had high ratings and made the 22-year-old actress famous all over the country. Naturally, the TV star was showered with other offers. In 2010, she played in the New Year’s hit “Christmas Trees” – a girl looking for love on Skype. The Ukrainian TV series “Alibi for Two”, she played the role of a private detective.
In 2012, she turned into a modern-day Cinderella in the film Cinderella. He starred in a cameo role in the TV series “Dragon Syndrome” by Nikolai Khomeriki. She also starred in Sergei Popov’s romantic comedy “True Love”, where she played in a duet with Ilya Noskov. The heroine of Asmus in this project is an unsuccessful journalist, disappointed in men, who finally finds true love.
In 2013, Kristina appeared in Sarik Andreasyan’s comedy “What Men Do!” in the comedic role of a light-hearted, chatty blonde who is ready for a close relationship with any man. Kristina in this film both barks and chomps – just to make the audience laugh. While in the film, Asmus does not come out of the role of a cute, causing a smile. She continues to star in the TV series “Interns”, work in theater and cinema.