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Chulpan Khamatova, a Russian film, theatre and TV actress

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Chulpan Khamatova

Chulpan Khamatova is a Russian film, theatre and TV actress of Tatar origin. She was born in 1975.

Khamatova was a student of prestigious University of finances in Kazan, but then left it and entered drama school and then Russian Academy of Theatre Arts (GITIS) in Moscow. During her studies Chulpan acted in various Moscow theatres. Being a 3-rd year student she acted Katya in the film "Vremya tantsora" ("The time of a dancer") by the director Vadim Abrashidov, Since then she was talked about as a young talent. The great new role that made her a star was part of Rita in the film Strana glukhikh ('The land of the deaf') by Valeriy Todorovsky.

Khamatova has stared in a number of German language films as well as in numerous Russian feature films, TV serials and plays. She is known internationally for starring in "Good Bye Lenin!"(2003), as Lara, the girlfriend of the main character and his mother's nurse. Khamatova was on the six-person jury, which was headed by Catherine Deneuve, at the Venice Film Festival in 2006

Her Filmography also inclues: "Tuvalu" (1999), "Rozhdestvenkaya mysterya" (2000), "England!" (2000), "Lvinaya dolya" (2001), "Viktor Vogel - Commercial Man" (2001), "Good Bye Lenin!" (2003), "Dressirovshchitsa kurits" (2003), "Hurensohn" (2004), "72 metra" (2004), "Garpastum" (2005), "Grecheskiye kanikuly" (2005), "Midsummer Madness" (2006), "Ellipsis" (2006), "Mechenosets" (2006)

Together with her friend Dina Korzun, Chulpan Khamatova founded a charity fund "Make a gift of life" for children suffering from cancer.

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