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Shevchenko National Prize in Theater

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Nataliya Sumska (Ukrainian: Наталя Сумська), is a Ukrainian actress of theater and cinema, television hostess, recipient of the Shevchenko National Prize in 2008 and the People's Artist of Ukraine (2000).



Sumska was born on April 22, 1956 in a village of Katyuzhanka, Kiev Oblast into a family of hereditary actors. Her father was the People's Artist of Ukraine (1981), Vyacheslav Hnatovych Sumsky and her mother - the Merited Artist of Ukraine, Hanna Opanasenko-Sumska. Until Natliya was 10, she lived in Lviv Oblast. In 1977 Sumska finished the Kiev State Institute of Theatrical Arts of Karpenko-Karyi. The same year she became an actress at the Franko National Academical Drama Theater.

In 2000 she became a laureate of the national theater award "Kyiv pektoral" (for her role of Masha in the Chekhov's Three sisters).

Since 2003 simultaneously works for Inter TV Networks. There she led a talk-show Key moment which was discontinued by Inter in 2010.

In 2008 Sumska received Shevchenko National Prize and was named the Kievan of the Year.

Personal life

Nataliya Sumska has one younger sister Olha, who is also an actress.

Nataliya Sumska is married to a fellow actor with whom she a daughter and a son.


  • Eneyida (Kotliarevsky) as Didona
  • Vassa Zhelieznova (Gorky) as Liudmila
  • White Crow (Rybchynsky) as Joan D'Arc
  • Blez (Manye) as Mari
  • Senior from higher world as Fiorella and Matilda
  • Kin IV as Anna
  • Pygmalion as Eliza Doolittle
  • References

    Nataliya Sumska Wikipedia

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