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Anna Ardova

Anna Ardova was born on September 27, 1969 in Moscow, RSFSR, USSR as Anna Borisovna Ardova. She is known for her work on Vysotskiy. Spasibo, chto zhivoy (2011), Snow Queen (2012) and All Inclusive ili Vsyo vklyucheno! (2011). She is married to Aleksandr Shavrin. They have one child. She was previously married to Daniil Spivakovskiy. See full bio »
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 2013 Sosedi po razvodu (TV Movie)
 2012 Krovnye bratya (TV Movie)
 2011 Oplacheno lyubovyu (TV Series)
 2009 Odna za vsekh (TV Series)
 2008 A ya lyublyu zhenatogo (TV Movie)
 2008 Fotograf (TV Series)
 2008 Koroleva (TV Movie)
 2007 Puteshestvie vo vlyublennost (TV Movie)
 2007 Odinadtsatye soldaty (TV Series)
 2006 Ostrog. Delo Fyodora Sechenova (TV Series)
 2005 Delo o 'Myortvykh dushakh' (TV Mini-Series)
 2005 Landysh serebristyy 2 (TV Series)
 2003 Vsegda govori «vsegda» (TV Series)
 2002 Villisy (TV Mini-Series)
Mat Yuli (2002)
- Episode #1.4 (2002) ... Mat Yuli (2002)
- Episode #1.3 (2002) ... Mat Yuli (2002)
- Episode #1.2 (2002) ... Mat Yuli (2002)
- Episode #1.1 (2002) ... Mat Yuli (2002)
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5' 8" (1.73 m)

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She was named after the Russian writer Anna Akhmatova, who was a close friend of her grandmother, Soviet-era actress Nina Olshevskaya. See more »

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