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Alyona Babenko

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Alyona Babenko
Алена Бабенко.jpg
Alyona Babenko in 2009
Born
Elena Olegovna Baranova

(1972-03-31) 31 March 1972 (age 48)
Other namesAlyona
Alma materGerasimov Institute of Cinematography
OccupationActress
Years active1998–present
Spouse(s)Vitaliy Babenko (divorced; 1 child)
Eduard Suboch

Alyona Olegovna Babenko (née  Elena Olegovna Baranova; Russian: Алёна Оле́говна Бабе́нко; born March 31, 1972) is a Russian film and theater actress, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation (2013).[1]

Biography

Elena Baranova, known professionally as Alyona Babenko was born in Kemerovo, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (now Russia).

Mother — piano teacher, father Oleg Baranov — an engineer by training. In her childhood she studied in clubs and studios, went to a music school. She participated in festivals, performances and sang in the choir, in the vocal-instrumental ensemble. She dreamed of becoming a ballerina.[2]

Was a fan of the French singer Edith Piaf.[2]

Alyona graduated from school in 1988 and entered Tomsk State University in the Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Cybernetics. In her first year, Lena, by announcement, got into the Student Theater of Variety Miniatures. Amateur activities completely enticed her, and for the rest she practically did not have time. After the first course, she tried to enter the Moscow Art Theater to Oleg Tabakov, but failed. In her fifth year, Alena met Vitaly Babenko, a famous television director in Moscow. Alyona left the university and came to live in Moscow. Soon Alyona married Vitaly, and they had a son, Nikita. In Moscow, Alyona kept housekeeping, raised her son. In 2000, Alyona Babenko graduated from VGIK, the course was led by Anatoli Romashin.

Before finishing VGIK, Alyona made her debut in the TV series Kamenskaya, where she starred in several episodes. Best known for starring in Pavel Chukhrai's film A Driver for Vera (2004), who brought her the Russian film awards Nika[3] and Golden Eagle.[4]

Personal life

First husband Vitaliy Babenko, a Russian director and actor (divorced), son Nikita was born in 1992.

Second husband since 2011. Eduard Suboch, master of sports in ski jumping from a springboard, businessman.

Public position

In 2014, she signed a collective appeal of cultural figures of the Russian Federation in support of the policy of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin in Ukraine and in Crimea.[5]

Selected filmography

References

  1. ^ "Указ Президента Российской Федерации от 20 мая 2013 года № 497". Site of the President of Russia (in Russian). 2013-05-20.
  2. ^ a b Двойная жизнь Алены Бабенко
  3. ^ Лауреаты премии «Ника» на официальном сайте
  4. ^ Лауреаты премии «Золотой Орел» за 2004 год
  5. ^ Деятели культуры России — в поддержку позиции Президента по Украине и Крыму Archived 2014-03-11 at Archive.today // Official website of the Ministry of Culture

External links

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