The creative biography of Olga Sergeevna Grishina is eloquent proof that, even without having a dynastic startup, but possessing a natural talent and dedication, today you can make your way to Olympus of theatrical and cinematic fame. Still quite a young actress is currently in great demand in Russian and Ukrainian projects.
A native of Kiev and a native of a family far from the world of art and culture - Olga Grishina - is currently in great demand and leads an active lifestyle. She loves to travel very much, and her profession also helps her, because during the filming she had to visit dozens of Russian and Ukrainian cities, the list of which includes Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Saratov, Kiev, Odessa and others.
Interestingly, the young woman is fond of yoga and embroidery. According to the actress herself, she is used to cross-stitching right on the set, because it helps to cope with many hours of professional sessions and mobilizes for a normal creative process.
Biography of Olga Sergeevna Grishina
On June 29, 1982, the future popular theater and film actress was born in the capital of Ukraine. From the age of five, the girl began to dance. However, after graduating from secondary school, when she already had twelve years of ballet experience behind her, she did not dare to continue her choreographic education, but submitted documents to the Polytechnic Institute.
It is interesting that due to the profession of the mother (medical assistant-laboratory assistant) Olga in childhood very often followed the work of doctors, and in her soul there was constantly a kind of throwing associated with the choice of an adult specialty. Her artistic nature, who had experience in choreography and school theatrical performances, aspired to life in the world of theatrical art, and the desire to follow in the footsteps of her parent attracted her to the medical field. In addition, already at the age of fourteen, Grishina worked part-time in the hospital where her mother worked, so that her work experience now includes working as a nurse.
By the way, this experience was very useful to her in the future, because Olga looked very realistic as a surgeon in the Ukrainian TV series Central Hospital, not only thanks to consultations with her mother, but also because of her own practice, imprinted very clearly in her memory.
Now Olga Grishina explains this choice of profession by the fact that “you just had to go somewhere”. However, as life itself has shown, neither an intelligent programmer nor a good engineer came of it. After two years of experience as a graduate of the Polytechnic Institute, the young woman nevertheless decided to enter the KNUTKiT named after I. K. Karpenko-Kary at the acting department (course of N. N. Rushkovsky), which she graduated in 2007.
Creative career of an actress
After graduating from the university, Olga Grishina got a job in a studio at the Lesya Ukrainka Russian Drama Theater. Here she won the hearts of theater audiences, participating in the stage productions of "The Naked King", "Dialogue of Males", "Romantics", "Jonathan Livingston Seagull", "Children of the Sun" and others.
The aspiring actress made her cinematic debut in 2002, when she played a cameo role as a hospital worker in the Critical Condition film project. And then there was an episodic character in the series "Lady Mayor" (2002), where she appeared on the set with Mikhail Zhigalov, Boris Nevzorov and Elena Kravchenko.
In the middle of the 2000s, she played the role of Lisa in the film adaptation of 12 Chairs, and also appeared in an episode of the TV series Return of Mukhtar 2. Then she got a supporting role in the film "Angel from Orly". Then there was a series of minor characters in the film projects "Russian Medicine", "Ivan Podushkin: The Gentleman of Investigation 2" and "The Personal Life of Official People."
The second half of the 2000s saw films in the drama Nesterov's Loop, the crime film Adrenaline, the melodrama The Lonely Men and the action movie Detachment. It was 2009 that became the defining year in the life of the film actress. Then she appeared on the screen in the rating Russian-Ukrainian comedy series "Matchmakers". Successful filmmaking in this project became a guarantee for the future, when directors were already considering her candidacy for the main roles in their films. Soon Olga Grishina, together with Bogdan Stupka, Anatoly Rudenko, Nikolai Ivanov and Yulia Maiboroda, appeared on the set of the melodrama "The War ended Yesterday" (2010).
And in 2012, the film actress was already faced with the task of reincarnating into a character with an age difference of 10 and 20 years. The main role of the sportswoman Katya in the film project "Lectures for Housewives", filmed by director Oleg Turansky, has firmly secured the reputation of the people's favorite for the talented playgirl.
And the best film project in the filmography of Olga Sergeevna Grishina can rightfully be considered "Central Hospital", in which she played the surgeon Margarita Glavatskikh. It was the symbiosis of the professional and romantic qualities of this character that made the viewers stay in constant attention and tension until the last minutes of the series.
Interestingly, the medical theme was already perfectly conveyed in Grishina's professional career back in 2012, when she starred in the thematic series "Samara". According to the actress herself, after these projects, she “got used to doing heart massage,” which speaks volumes about the degree of immersion in her roles.
The actress's most recent significant film projects include Forbidden Love (2016), Good Intentions (2017) and Wife in Exchange (2018).
Personal life of a star
Despite the fact that Olga Grishina does not advertise the details of her family life in public, it is known about her marriage. The spouse's name is not mentioned, but he is directly related to cinema (director and actor).
This family union was the reason for the birth of a daughter in 2011. Interestingly, the child has never seen his parents on TV and does not know what they are working for. Such a result became possible solely due to the fact that it is not customary in their family to watch television programs.