Elena Korikova Born in Tobolsk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union, Schoolgirl Elena attended classes Historic theater-studio "Epic" in Rostov-on-Don, created by director Mikhail Viktorovich Izyumsky and Elena Prozorovskaya (Izyum). Elena mother sewed her own dresses. After high school she went to Moscow act, successfully passed the exams and was admitted to VGIK, the workshop Sergei Solovyov.
Elena Korikova started acting in movies. Her first role was a young Masha in the tale of Anatoly Mateshko "Kha-bee-ass-see" (1990). The melodrama Valeri Ahadov "I Promised, I Am Leaving" (1992) played a young provincial Irina, Dmitry Dolinin drama "Golden Ring, a bouquet of red roses" (1994) based on a story by Anton Chekhov "In the Ravine" - quiet, frightened Lipu. In addition, Korikova starred in the historical and romantic melodrama Viktor Titov "Damned Dyoran" (1994) and Sergei Solovyov in the drama "Three Sisters" (1994).
For the role of Lisa in the film by Alexei Sakharov "Mistress into Maid" (1995), filmed on the novel by Alexander Pushkin, Elena Korikova won the prize for Best Actress at the festival "Kinoshock" and the award "Nika Award".
In 1995 she graduated from the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography.
In summer 1998, he moved with his family to New York City, where he tried his hand as a model and actress.
Returning to Russia, Elena Korikova received an offer from Mr. Volchek joined the troupe of the theater "Sovremennik" anand from 2001 to 2004 worked in the "Sovremennik". The repertoire of the actress in the role of Pat's "Three Comrades" by EM Remarque, Irene in "Three Sisters" by Anton Chekhov, Nina in "Anfisa" Leonid Andreyev, Dasha Shatov in "Possessed" Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
Universal popularity came after the release of the series "Poor Nastya". Since then, about her constantly writing various glossy magazines. So, in 2005 Elena Korikova ranked second in the list of the sexiest women in the world by FHM magazine in the Russian edition.
Mass media, She has been constantly featured on the FHM list of the sexiest Russian women since 2003.
First husband was a writer and dramatist Dmitri Lipskerov, she divorced.
Second husband, cameraman and director Maksim Osadchiy, whom divorced, son Arseny Osadchiy (b.1993).