Ksenia Rappoport is a Actor Russe born on 25 march 1974 at Saint Petersburg (Russie)
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Birth name Ksenia (Xenia) Alexandrovna RappoportNationality RussieBirth 25 march 1974
(45 years) at Saint Petersburg (Russie
Kseniya Aleksandrovna Rappoport (Russian: Ксения Александровна Раппопорт; born 25 March 1974 in Leningrad) is a Russian actress. She graduated in 2000 from Saint Petersburg Academy of Theatrical Arts and was immediately invited to join the Maly Drama Theatre. She played Nina Zarechnaya in The Seagull, Elena in Uncle Vania, and Sonia in La doppia ora.
She has appeared in films and TV series such as Streets of Broken Streetlights, Baron, Anna Karenina, Nicholas II (Germany), The Russian Bride, National Security Agent, Empire Under Fire, Calendula Flowers, Prokofiev (Germany), Get Thee From Me, Criminal Petersburg, Homicide, and I Pay Up Front and My Wife's Romance. She starred in the Italian film La sconosciuta (2006), L'uomo che ama (2008) and in the Golden Lion nominated movie La doppia ora (2009), for which she won Volpi Cup for Best Actress at the 66th Venice Film Festival.
Born in Leningrad, Soviet Union, She studied at the school № 155 with in-depth study of French, studied music and sports, and in high school was fond of puppet theater.
She made her debut in cinema at the age of 16 years, while the decision to become an actress Kseniya influenced shooting the film "Get Thee Out"
In 2000 she graduated from Saint Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy (SPbGATI), where she studied in the class VM Filshtinsky and was immediately invited to join the group stazhёrskuyu St. Petersburg Maly Drama Theater, an actress who is at the moment. Xenia played Nina Zarechnaya in "The Seagull" A. Chekhov set Lev Dodin in 2001. The actress also plays a girl in "Claustrophobia" (MDT), Elena Andreyevna in "Uncle Vanya" (Prize "Gold spotlights" in 2003 for Best Actress) and Sofia in "Play Without name" directed by Lev Dodin in MDT, Jocasta in the play "Oedipus Rex", Beatrice in "The Servant of Two Masters" and Ismenio in "Antigone" (State Theatre on Foundry).