Russian actress Maria Shukshina

Russian actress Maria Shukshina

Talented Russian actress Maria Shukshina is famous not only as the daughter of well-known actors, but also as a presenter of the program “Wait for me.” In her creative piggy bank – more than 40 roles in movies. Began acting in childhood, Maria did not connect her future with an acting career. Mariya Shukshina was born May 27, 1967 in the family of the famous writer and screenwriter, actor and director Vasily Shukshin and actress Lydia Fedoseyeva Shukshina. In the film Maria debuted at the age of eighteen months, playing in the almanac “Strange People” (1969).
Russian actress Maria Shukshina

In the story “Bratka” 1,5-year-old Masha played the daughter of Lydia, and in 1972 – daughter of the Rastorguevs in a lyrical comedy “Pechki-lavochki” In the children’s movie “The Birds over the City” (1974) heroine of Shukshina – Masha, daughter of the Vishnyakovs.

After graduating from high school Maria entered the Faculty of translators of the Institute of Foreign Languages named after Morris Torrez, and after graduation worked as a translator and broker on Russian raw materials exchange. But, as they say, there is no way to escape fate.

With my husband and children
With my husband and children

The real career of Maria Shukshina as a film actress started in 1990. In the drama “The Eternal Husband” (1990) she played a small role, and in the drama “American Daughter” (1995) her character – Olga Varakina, Ann’s mother. Actress superbly done with the role of American immigrant, Russian woman who calmly argues with her former husband why he could not see his daughter.

Maria Shukshina has four children: from her first husband – Artem Tregubenko, daughter Anya (1989), from her second husband businessman Alexei Kasatkin she has a son Makar (1998), and third husband, a lawyer and businessman Boris Vishnjakov – twins Foma and Foka (2005).

Filmography  of Maria Shukshina

  1. Christmas trees 5 2016
  2. Love in Japanese 2018
  3. McMafia 2018
  4. Bloodhound (TV series 2014) … Alexandra Marinets
  5. Fit (mini-series, 2014)
  6. Goodbye, boys (mini-series 2014) … Evdokia Matveevna
  7. Running line (TV, 2013)
  8. Guest fireplace (TV, 2013)
  9. Christmas tree 3 (2013) … Natasha
  10. Village (TV, 2013) … Marina Nikolaevna Gorobetc
  11. Who, if not I? (TV, 2012) … Nina Berkutova
  12. 20 years without love (TV, 2011)
  13. Burnt by the Sun 2 (TV, 2011)
  14. Deli case number 1 (TV, 2011) … Zoe Platonov
  15. My family is crazy (2011) … Lydia N.
  16. Made in the USSR (TV, 2011) … Tatiana Fertman
  17. Hokkaido police. Russian Front (TV series 2010)
  18. Burnt by the Sun 2 (2010) … Woman on a boat NKVD
  19. Roof (2009) … Tatiana, the headmaster
  20. Justice Wolves (2009) … Mom Miki Irina
  21. Take me with you 2 (TV, 2009) … Margaret Karetnikova
  22. Suicide: especially dangerous (TV, 2009) … Polina Ivanovna Ivanova
  23. Without Guilt (TV, 2008) … Taisa Shelavina
  24. Take me with you (TV, 2008) … Margo
  25. Bury Me Behind the Baseboard (2008) … Mom
  26. Indigo (2008) … Irina Ardashnikov
  27. Valise with a bright future (mini-series 2007) … Katerina Kol’tsova
  28. Trust service (TV, 2007)
  29. Dad of All Trades (TV series 2006 – 2007) … Julia Slavin
  30. Brezhnev (TV, 2005) … Nanny
  31. I Love You (TV, 2004) … Alexander
  32. Narrow Bridge (TV, 2004) … Natasha, the former wife of Vladimir.
  33. Not all cats are gray (2004)
  34. My Big Fat Armenian Wedding (mini-series 2004) … Nadia
  35. Dear Masha Berezina (TV series 2004)
  36. Adventure magician (TV, 2003) … the highest adept of magic and hereditary witch Katerina
  37. People and Shadows: The Secrets of the puppet theater (mini-series 2001) … Larissa Musketeers
  38. Perfect Pair (TV series 2001)
  39. Circus Burned, clowns and fled (1998) … Lena
  40. Russian Roulette – Moscow 95 (1995) Russian Roulette – Moscow 95 … (uncredited: Maria Shukshina)
  41. What a wonderful game (1995)
  42. American Daughter (1995)
  43. The Eternal Husband (1990)
  44. Birds over the city (1974) … Masha Vishnjakova
  45. Strange people (1969)
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