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Molochnaya Olga


Olga Vladimirovna Molochnaya was born on September 27, 1981. She graduated from children's choreography school in addition to studying in secondary school. In 1999 Olga entered Mikhail Semyonovich Shchepkin Higher Theatre School (course of O.N. Solomina and Y.M. Solomin).

In 2003 Olga joined the Maly Theatre’s company. She had one of the most dynamic debuts in the history of the renowned theatre. Olga has a good ear for music, a great balance of the body and a good sense of style and genre, allowing her to expand the range of characters she’s playing.

Olga Molochnaya appeared in TV series: «Angel on the roads», «Esenin», «Service 21, or Think Positively», «On the way to the heart», «Alibi» for two», «Doctor Tyrsa», «Manipulator», «Family house», «Ugro. Simple guys-3» , «Hostages of love», «Zemsky doctor. Sequel», «A little bit light-headed», «The Murderer's Profile», the films» «Room of the Lost Toys», «Compensation».

In memory of Anna Herman (Olga performs songs from the singer's repertoire)
«Night Talk»
«You are late»
«Wish of happiness»
«The Song»

Olga Molochnaya in the Esenin TV Mini-Series

Roles in the Maly Theatre:

2004 - Sofia Pavlovna, «Woe from Wit» by Alexander Griboedov, directed by Sergey Zhenovach

2004 - Tsarevna Xenia Godunova, «Tsar Boris» by Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy, directed by Vladimir Beylis

2004 - Nina Mikhailovna Zarechnaya, «Seagull» by Anton Chekhov, directed by Vladimir Dragunov

2004 - Nastya, «There Was Not a Single Penny, and Suddenly There is a Dime» by Alexander Ostrovsky, directed by Eduard Martsevich

2004 - Court, «Secrets of the Madrid Court» by Eugène Scribe and Ernest Leguvé, directed by Vladimir Beylis

2005 - Angélique, «The Imaginary Invalid» by Jean-Baptiste Poquelin, Molière, directed by Sergey Zhenovach

2006 - Maria Stuart, «Maria Stuart» by Friedrich Schiller, directed by Vitaliy Ivanov

2009 - Eleanor, «Secrets of the Madrid Court» by Eugène Scribe and Ernest Leguvé, directed by Vladimir Beylis

2010 - Clorinda, «Innamorati» by Carlo Goldoni, directed by Stefano De Luca