Darya Borisovna Charusha was born on the 25th of August 1980 in Norilsk, Russia. Dasha graduated from music college, piano specialty, and then, having decided to quit music career, she entered RATI (GITIS) that she graduated from in 2003.
From 2003 to 2006 she works as an actress in “Luna Theater” in Moscow.
Her most famous roles are in Chinese remake of the film “The Dawns Here are Quiet” (2005), and in Pavel Ruminov’s “Dead Daughters” (2007). Another interesting theatrical role is in Oleg Glushkov’s “The Rooms” (choreographic performance).
Her last piece was “Hide and Seek” in 2011 where she played Marfa.
Tatiana Liusienovna Drubich, who was born on the 7th of June 1960 in Moscow City is a Russian actress of theater and cinema.
At eth age of 18 she was shocked by her father’s death. Tatiana always wanted to become an actress. She considered her career of an actress developed by the chain of accidental coincidences that might never have taken place.
In 1972, at the age of 12, Tatiana Drubich was invited to act in a movie in Inna Tumanyan’s heroic-adventurous film “The 15th Spring”. It was Tatiana Drubovich cinema debut.
The second film was Sergey Solovyev’s “One hundred of Days after Childhood”, being screened in 1972.
Anna Vladimirovna Sidorova is a Russian curling player and participant of Olympics 2010.
Anna Sidorova was born on the 6th of February 1991 in Moscow.
From the age of 6 to 13 she was going in for figure skating and had first echelon. After the leg trauma, she had to stop her lessons. In order not to be bored without sport, Anna Sidorova tried to play curling on her friend’s piece of advice. In a month and a half she became a Master of Sports candidate and started playing in youth competitions.
In 2009 she became a leader of the second Russian curling team. Soon, Anna was invited into the main Russian National team. On the Olympics 2010 Anna Sidorova played as a vice-skipper and in some games as a skipper.