Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya

Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya
Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya
Russian actress Anna Chipovskaya

Anna Chipovskaya is a Russian theater, film and television actress. Born on June 16, 1987 in Moscow. She gained the greatest fame for her role in the TV series “Thaw” (2013). In 2011, Anna starred in the New Year’s comedy “Christmas Trees 2”, in 2013 “Christmas Trees 3”. For her role in the TV series “Thaw”, she was nominated for the Golden Eagle Award. During her acting career, Anna Chipovskaya starred in more than thirty films and played in more than ten performances. Today Chipovskaya is an AVON beauty ambassador.

Her father Boris Mikhailovich Frumkin is an Honored Artist of Russia, a well-known jazz musician, conductor, composer and artistic director of the Lundstrom Chamber Orchestra of Jazz Music. Anna’s mother, Olga Yevgenyevna, was also awarded the title of Honored Artist, playing in the theater named after Yevgeny Vakhtangov. Despite their creative orientation, the parents wanted a different profession for their daughter, the profession of a linguist and translator. From an early age, Anna studied at a language school. But at the same time worked as a model in an agency. When it came time to make a decision about her future career, she abandoned her parents ‘ plans, but remained true to her childhood dreams. Chipovskaya entered the acting department of the Moscow Art Theater School-Studio, in the workshop of Konstantin Arkadyevich Raikin.

Anna Chipovskaya Russian actress

Her theatrical debut was the role of Katarina Cavalieri in the play “Amadeus” by P. Schaeffer, which took place on the stage of the Moscow Art Theater named after A. P. Chekhov. After that, Chipovskaya played Judith in the production of Zh. Sibleyras “dance of the Albatross”. In the following years, she appeared in many performances from the world repertoire: “Reserve”, “Wolves and Sheep”, “Capercaillie’s Nest”. The Marriage of Belugin”, “Confessions of the adventurer Felix Krul”, “Olesya”, “Forest Wilderness”.

In 2004, Anna made her film debut. Her first experience was a role in the comedy series of Ekaterina Dvigubskaya “The Bachelors”. Later, Chipovskaya was invited to the adventure series “Operation Color of the Nation”, where she appeared in the image of Anna Khodorovskaya, an intelligent and ironic general’s daughter. In 2012, Chipovskaya was approved for the role of Nadia, the girlfriend of the main character, in the adventure film by Alexey Andrianov “Spy”, based on the book by Boris Akunin. Soon the actress got her second big role– in the historical and artistic film by Oleg Fesenko “18: 12: Ulan Ballad”, where Anna played a strong-minded and beautiful Polish princess Beata.

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