Kutepova Pauline Pavlovna( Actress)
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Biography Kutepova Pauline Pavlovna
Honored Artist of Russia.
Born Aug. 1, 1971 in Moscow. Along with twin sister Xenia, a child has participated in theatrical productions. Shot in the films "Where will it go away" and "Red, honest love". In 1988 he entered the directing department GITIS (RATA) in the workshop of Peter Fomenko. In 1993, after RATI joined the new theater troupe "Fomenko's Workshop.
After GITIS starred in the movies F. Danelia 'Anastasia' and 'Heads and Tails', H. Dostal 'petty devil', A. Hwang 'Dying is easy', a short film S. Osip'yan "homemade truth", in 1993, Pauline, along with his sister Xenia Kutepova also starred in the romance JL. Godard "Our Holy Rus', where Pauline had the role, built on echoes of Chekhov's Irina from" Three Sisters ".
Holder of the Award best actress movie 'Aries-96' ( "Heads and Tails"), a film festival awards in Gatchina in 1996 (for the film 'Heads and Tails "), best actress award movie' Aries-99 '.
May 6, 1997, Mr.. Polina was born daughter - Hope Kamenkovich, married to director Yevgeny Kamenkovichem.
Mad of Chaillot "(Josephine)," War and Peace. The beginning of the novel "(Helen Kuragin, . Natasha Rostov), . "Wolves and Sheep" (Kupavina), . "Twelfth Night" (Viola), . "The house where the broken heart" (Ariadne), . "Egyptian Nights" (Volsky), . "Butterfly" (Private Lebedushkin), . "Dancing at a harvest festival" (Rose), . Three Sisters (Masha).,
. prizes and awards
. The owner of a special prize of the best young actress at the theater festival 'Contact-96' in Poland (the play 'Tanya-Tanya "), . Prize 'Idol' for the role of Vera in the play 'Month in the Country' (1997), . State Prize Laureate for 2001 (for the performances of the Moscow Theater Workshop Fomenko, "A perfectly happy village", . Family Happiness, . "War and Peace,
. The beginning of the novel. Scenes "), winner of the youth of the grant award" Triumph "in 2004, winner of the Theater Award 'Seagull' in the category" Synchronized swimming "- for acting ensemble play 'Three Sisters' (2004)