VictoriaFedorova is the daughter of well known Soviet actress Zoya Fedorova and American Jack Tate. Tate was naval representative of the USA at the special military mission in Moscow. After the end of the Great Patriotic War Tate was sent from the USSR forever, Zoya Fedorova was accused of espionage for a foreign state, and 9 years - from 1946 till 1955 - she spent in prison.
Fedorova-junior did not know her real father and managed to see him only in the mid-seventies. Tate which became by then admiral, could not arrive in Moscow, therefore Victoria decided to go to the USA. "Mosfilm" did not give Victoria necessary characteristic for the trip. Then she performed a courageous action: gave an interview to journalists of 'New York Times' and 'Los Angeles Times'. The whole world learnt about love of the Russian actress and American seaman. The American journalist Henry Gris helped Victoria to leave. In March, 1974 Fedorova met her father and remained in the USA for ever.
VictoriaFedorova graduated Boris Bibikov and Olga Pyzhova's workshop in S. A. Gerasimov Russian National State Institute of Cinematography VGIK in 1969. Eugene's role in Michael Kalika's picture "Do Svidaniya, Malchiki!" became her debut in cinema (1964). The role of the deaf-and-dumb girl in a film "Dvoe" - debut work of director Michael Bogin, brought popularity to her. In this film VictoriaFedorova played together with Valentin Smirnitskij.
. FILMOGRAPHY: . Do Svidaniya, Malchiki! (1964) . Dvoe (1966) . Silnye Dukhom (1967) . Urok Literatury (1968) . Prestupleniye i Nakazaniye (1969) . O Lyubvi (1970) . Rasplata (1970) . Khod Beloy Korolevy (1971) . Vid Na Zhitelstvo (1972) . O Tekh, Kogo Pomnyu I Lyublyu (1973) . Gnev(1974)