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Yekaterina Konstantinovna Guseva (Russian: Екатери́на Константи́новна Гу́сева; July 9, 1976, MoscowSoviet Union) is a Russian filmtheaterTV actress andsingerMeritorious Artist of Russia.[1] She became famous in 2002 television series Brigada.

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Early life[edit]Edit

Her mother Tamara Mikhailovna works as a chief inspector in the administrative-technical Inspection of the City of Moscow. Her father Konstantin Vasilyevich works as an artistic tailor and designer.[2] In Guseva's childhood, her father played the violin; it was his violin with which she was depicted in the series Brigada. Guseva's youngersister Nastya graduated from a pedagogical and psychological institute and works as a methodologist in a kindergarten.

By the time she was four, Katya was already part of the modern gymnastics resource group for the Soviet Union's representative team. She also tried figure skating andswimming. Seven years before finishing school, Katya was involved in the Georgian dance ensemble Kolkhida and managed to perform in the Bolshoi.[3] Yekaterina gladly remembers the never-ending school summer breaks and campfires. She played in NABAT theatre, established by the school principal.

While planning to enroll to Moscow Biotechnology Institute, Katye was approached by theatre director Evgeny Simonov's assistant, who suggested she should apply for the V.V. Shukina Performing Arts College. She gave it a try, prepared for the entry exam during three days, and made it with ease.[4] Her mother cried when she learnt Katya switched to performing arts. She did, though, appreciate Katya's talent once seeing the graduating piece Esop. Katya played a lot of roles during her study years but her favourite was the 80-year-old from The Last Ones, a play by Maxim Gorkiy.

Life and career[edit]Edit

After graduation in 1997, Yekaterina played a major role in the film "Snake Spring" by Nikolai Lebedev. Then, she was invited by Mark Rozovsky to his theater "Nikitsky Gate." After working four years in Rozovsky theater, Yekaterina came to the role of Katya Tatarinova in musical Nord-Ost by Alexei Ivashchenko and Georgi Vasiliev. During preparation for "Nord-Ost" premier, Ekaterina earned a fame by paying major role in the popular Russian crime miniseries Brigada. She had a day off during the terrorist attack on the theater in October 2002. Since 2003 she works in Mossovet Theatre.

In addition to playing in many popular Russian movies, Ekaterina performs songs as a solo singer and together with Leonid Serebrennikov and others. She released her first solo music CD album in 2007.

Yekaterina Guseva is married to businessman Vladimir Abashkin. They have a son Alexei and a daughter Anna.

Filmography[edit]Edit

Television[edit]Edit

  • Lektor (Лектор) (Russia, 2011)
  • Brest. Krepostnye geroi (Крепостные герои) (Russia, 2010)
  • Esli by ya tebya lyubil... (Если бы я тебя любил...) (Russia, 2010) as Tatiana
  • Ya ne ya (Я не я) (Russia, 2010) as Lena
  • Verbnoe voskresen'e (Вербное воскресенье) (Russia, 2010) as Margarita Polozkova
  • Fotograf (Фотограф) (Russia, 2008) as Alla Litvak
  • Zharkiy lyod (Жаркий лёд) (Russia, Ukraine 2008) as Nataliya Trofimova
  • Spasite nashi dushi (Спасите наши души) (Russia, Ukraine 2008) as Hrunicheva
  • Okhota na izyubrya (Охота на изюбря, English title: To Hunt an Elk) (Russia, 2005) as Irina
  • Esenin (Есенин) (Russia, 2005) as Avgusta Miklashevskaya
  • Nebo i zemlya (Небо и земля, English title: The Sky and the Earth) (Russia, 2004) as Marina Shvedova
  • Kursanty (Курсанты, English title: Cadets) (Russia, 2004) as Liza
  • Ishchu nevestu bez pridanogo (Ищу невесту без приданого) (Russia, 2003) as Bera
  • Brigada (Бригада, English title: Law of the Lawless") (Russia, 2002) as Olga Belova
  • Sdvinutyy (Сдвинутый, English title: Displaced) (Russia, 2001)
  • Ostanovka po trebovaniyu (Остановка по требованию) (Russia, 1999) as Katya
  • Zhivoy Pushkin (Живой Пушкин) (Russia, 1999)
  • Direktoriya smerti (Директория смерти) (Russia, 1999) as Marina
  • Samozvantsy (Самозванцы) (Russia, 1998)

Films[edit]Edit

  • Zolotaya rybka v gorode N (Золотая рыбка в городе Н) (Russia, 2011) as Marusya
  • Brigada-2 (Бригада-2) (Russia, 2011) as Olga Belova
  • Progulka po Parizhu (Прогулка по Парижу) (Russia, 2010) as Polina
  • Chelovek, kotoryy znal vsyo (Человек, который знал всё) (English title: The Man Who Knew Everything) (Russia, 2009) as Irina
  • Platki (Платки) (Russia, 2007) as Anna
  • Spasibo za lyubov'! (Спасибо за любовь!) (Russia, 2007) as Lara
  • Beglyanki (Беглянки) (English title: The Runaways) (Russia, 2007) as Anya
  • On, ona i ya (Он, она и я) (English title: He, She and I) (Russia, 2007) as Masha
  • Flesh.ka (Флеш.ка) (English title: Flash.card) (Russia, 2006) as Vika
  • Tanker "Tango" (Танкер "Танго") (Russia, 2006) as Anna
  • Chas pik (Час пик) (Russia, 2006) as Kseniya
  • Ot 180 i vyshe (От 180 и выше) (English title: From 180 & Taller) (Russia, 2005) as Oksana
  • Na Verkhney Maslovke (На верхней Масловке) (English title: On Upper Maslovka Street) (Russia, 2004) as Katya
  • Shchit Minervy (Щит Минервы) (Russia, 2003) as Margo
  • Intimnaya zhizn' Sevastiyana Bakhova (Интимная жизнь Севастиана Бахова) (Russia, 2002) as Katya
  • Blednolitsyy lzhets (Бледнолицый лжец) (Russia, 2001) as Nasten'ka
  • S dnyom rozhdeniya, Lola! (С днём рождения, Лола!, English title: Happy Birthday, Lola!) (Russia, 2001) as Lola
  • Rayskoe yablochko (Райское яблочко) (Russia, 1998)
  • Billboard (Poland, 1998) as Tania (Katia Gusjewa)
  • Zmeinyy istochnik (Змеиный источник) (Russia, 1997) Dina

Theatre[edit]Edit

Teatr "U Nikitskih vorot"(1997—2001):

  • Bednaya Liza (Бедная Лиза)
  • Doktor Chekhov (Доктор Чехов)
  • Romansy s Oblomovym (Романсы с Обломовым)
  • Lyubov' i zhizn' ubitogo studenta (Любовь и жизнь убитого студента)
  • Gambrinus (Гамбринус)
  • Ubivets (Убивец)
  • Utinaya okhota (Утиная охота)
  • Tri porosenka (Три поросёнка, English title: Three Little Pigs)

Prodyuserskaya kompaniya "Link" (2001—2003):

Mezhdunarodnoe teatral'noe agentstvo "Art-Partner XXI" (2002):

  • Stoletnik (Столетник)

Mossovet Theatre (2003—present):

  • Uchitel' tantsev (Учитель танцев)
  • Strannaya istoriya doktora Dzhekila i mistera Hayda (Странная история доктора Джекила и мистера Хайда, English title: Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde)
  • V prostranstve Tennessi U. (В пространстве Теннесси У.)
  • Iisus Khristos — superzvezda (Иисус Христос - суперзвезда, English title: Jesus Christ Superstar)
  • Tsarstvo otsa i syna (Царство отца и сына)

Teatrium na Serpuhovke (2006—present):

  • Drakon (Дракон)

Stage Entertainment (October 2008 - April 2010):

Moskovskaya gosudarstvennaya akademicheskaya filarmoniya (2009):

  • Skazki s orkestrom (Сказки с оркестром)
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