| Olga Alexandrovna Budina|
February 22, 1975 (age 40) (1975-02-22) Odintsovo, Moscow Oblast, RSFSR, USSR
Aleksandr Naumov (m. 2004–2006)
The Idiot, The Romanovs: An Imperi, His Wife's Diary, Down House
Irina Kupchenko, Aleksandr Lazarev Jr, Aleksandr Naumov, Lidiya Velezheva, Mikhail Politseymako
Naum Alexandrovich Naumov
Olga Budina Wikipedia
Olga Alexandrovna Budina (Russian: О́льга Алекса́ндровна Бу́дина, born 22 February 1975) is a Russian theater and film actress.
Olga Budina was born in Odintsovo, Moscow Oblast, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. She studied history and literature at the Lyceum college. She was actively involved in social work and was a creative student in her school years. She learned to play accordion and piano. The Lyceum Theatre created its own musical "The Princess and the Pea" in which she was a soloist of the school choir and orchestra. She performed at a school dance as a part of amateur vocal and instrumental ensemble, where she was invited as a soloist. After the ninth grade of high school she tried to enter the State School of Music Gnesin. Having failed, she returned to school to obtain secondary (full) general education. While in high school, she graduated from the School of Olga Budina young philology at Moscow State University. Qualified as a category 3 guide, she conducted tours of the Pushkin village Zakharovo located near Odintsova.
A year after graduation, Olga Budina planned to re-enter the Gnessin School, but then changed her mind in favor of the Supreme Shchukin Drama School. Having obtained the maximum score in the entrance test, Olga became a student of the 'University Theater Examination Commission' led by Vladimir Etush.
Artistic Director Olga Budina the Shchukin School became Marina Panteleyeva. The first time was given to Olga Study hard. At the first session, it had suspended all offsets, and even the question was about her dismissal. With a great effort, Olga managed to catch up in their studies, and in the second year, she received the highest score on the actor's skill.
While studying in her second year, Olga Budina received an offer from "Mosfilm" to work in the short film "Game „The Little Prince“". However, the tape did not come out in the rental.
Olga Budina secured her first role as a movie actress in Gleb Panfilov's film "The Romanovs: An Imperial Family", portraying the professional Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna as a student of the fourth course.
In 2000, Olga Budina gained national popularity in the movie by Alexander Mitta "Border: Taiga Novel". In the same year, the film was played at the opening of the Moscow Film Festival XXII.
Olga Budina was married to businessman Alexander Naumov now divorced. They had a son named Naum.