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Olga Sosnovska Poster

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Overview (4)

Date of Birth 21 May 1972Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
Birth NameOlga Sosnowska
Nickname Sosenka
Height 5' 8" (1.73 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Olga Sosnovska was born on May 21, 1972 in Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland as Olga Sosnowska. She is an actress, known for Ocean's Thirteen (2007), House of D (2004) and All My Children (1970). She has been married to Sendhil Ramamurthy since 1999. They have two children.

Spouse (1)

Sendhil Ramamurthy (1999 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (6)

Parents imigrated to England when she was 11.
Along with Eden Riegel, participated in the first same sex kiss ever aired on American Daytime Television in All My Children (in April 2003).
Has two children with her husband Sendhil Ramamurthy - a daughter named Halina Ramamurthy (b.2005) and a son named Alex Ramamurthy (b.2008).
Filming the fourth series of "Spooks". [January 2005]
Wrapped up her filming on "All My Children" and reported for duty in London, England for her new show "Spooks". [April 2004]
Announced that she has opted not to renew her contract with "All My Children" and would be joining the cast of the British Spy Series "Spooks". [March 2004]

Personal Quotes (4)

I completely expected to have to change my name. It didn't for a second occur to me that I would keep it, could keep it. But in fact, I kept being told over and over again and that it's not really done anymore and I didn't have to. I don't know if that was wise or unwise of me, but there we go, I never changed it. All though, when I was thinking of changing it, it actually became very difficult for me to chose anything other than my own name, so I was relieved to not have to change it.
The story-lines are intense and my character is more removed from "me than probably anything I've ever played before. I'm still trying to figure out what makes this woman tick and I can't wait to get some more detailed input about her character from the producers. [speaking about her character on the series MI-5 (2002)]
When asked if she did any research for her role as Lena Kundera on All My Children (1970): "I haven't done anything specific. I have lots of gay friends, it's not a culture that's alien to me. I think that this story is between these two women, they represent themselves. They may be a symbol for lesbians or gay groups, but their story is their story, and the way Lena fell in love with Bianca was her own way it wasn't some special gay way. So, no, I didn't do anything actively."
Commenting on the attention surrounding her ground breaking kiss on All My Children (1970): "I am sorry...but there are things on this show that I find far more morally questionable. Women being raped on a regular basis; children dying; people being deceitful, thieving, murdering, cheating. This is a pure love story; it's two grown women who obviously want this to happen. And for me, if it was a choice between kissing Eden and kissing some of the people I've had to do this kind of thing with on other jobs, then I'd choose kissing Eden any day."

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