Olga Ostroumova was born in Buguruslan (Ural region). In 1970 she graduated from the Lunacharsky Institute.
After the graduation Olga worked in Teatr Unogo Zritelya - New Generation Theater where she met her first husband, Michael Levitin.
She became famous with the film "Dozhivem do ponedelnika" ("Let's live till tomorrow") by S. Rostotsky,
where Olga Ostroumova's character was a girl from the class.
This film is considered to be one of the best Soviet films about school, complicated relations between pupils and their
teachers; how it is important to meet a real teacher in our life.
Anther bright appearance in the cinema followed her role of Zhenya Komelkova in the
film "A zori zeds tikhie" ("And dawns are quiet here") by Boris Vasilyev's story of the same name, directed by S. Rostotsky.
The film became a cult in the Soviet Union and gained Ostroumova universal love and popularity.
"And dawns are quiet here" won the prizes of IFF (International Film Festival) in Venice (1972)
and AUFF (All-Union Film Festival) in Alma-Ata (1973). It was the best film of 1972 due to the poll
of "Sovietsky Ekran" ("The Soviet Screen") magazine.
Ostroumva herself considers her best work in the cinema to be a role of Vasilisa in film "Vasiliy and Vasilisa" by
The public loves Olstoumova for the role in comedy "Garage" by Eldar Ryazanov.
For 30 years of cinema and theatre career Olga Ostroumova performed very different roles and experiences triumph and recognition.
Her personal charm and dignity as well as her catching, sparkle talent is seen in every her role.
Ostroumova lives in Moscow and works in "Mossovet" theatre.
There are many beautiful women in different nations, but Russian beauty has its own peculiarities and distinctive features.
Since ancient times, many artists and poets admired the extraordinary beauty and intelligence of a Russian girl, and It's not just that she is very beautiful by nature.
Russian girls are able to downcast eyes like delinquent children, it seems they are about to cry, their eyes barely restrain turquoise tears that came out of the permafrost, centuries of grief.
Many ordinary Russian traditions evoke surprise and incomprehension of foreigners.
Russian women love to dress up. For example, a nice dress and high heels they consider appropriate attire for a simple stroll or even for ordinary trip to the store.
Russian girl is a flower, leaning over the weak men, they forgive them and twirl them as they wish.
True love feeling will evolve if you find the right partner. It's not easy and it takes a lot of time. Joint travel can greatly help with this.
Almost everyone loves to travel, and the young, attractive girls, probably more than anyone else.
This is, perhaps, not only because they are the most receptive to everything new, beautiful and unknown,
not hamstrung by conventions and stereotypes, but also due to the fact that unlike others may travel not only to something see but also be seen.
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