Mariya Aronova is a Russian film and stage actress and a popular TV show host. She was born Mariya Valeryevna Aronova on March 11, 1972, in Dolgoprudny, a suburb of Moscow, Soviet Union (now Moscow, Russia). Since the age of 6, young Aronova had a dream of being an actress. From 1990 - 1994 she studied acting under Vladimir Ivanov at the Shchukin Theatrical School of Vakhtangov Theatre in Moscow, graduating in 1994, as an actress. Since 1994 Mariya Aronovahas been member of the troupe at Vakhtangov Theatre in Moscow. There her stage partners were such actors as Mikhail Ulyanov, Vasiliy Lanovoy, Yuliya Borisova, Lyudmila Maksakova, Alla Kazanskaya, Irina Kupchenko, Sergey Makovetskiy, Mariya Aronova, Marianna Vertinskaya, Elena Dobronravova, Yuriy Yakovlev, Vladimir Etush, Vyacheslav Shalevich, Nikolai Timofeyev, Aleksandr Grave, Vladimir Simonov, Aleksandr Ryshchenkov, Vladimir Koval, Viktor Zozulin, Evgeniy Karelskikh, Aleksandr Koznov, Vladimir Vdovichenkov, Andrey Zaretskiy, Mikhail Vaskov, Mariya Aronova, Elena Sotnikova, Anna Dubrovskaya, Olga Tumaykina, Maksim Sukhanov, and Viktor Dobronravov, among others. Aronova was awarded the State Prize of Russia for her stellar performances as Maria Moskaleva opposite Vladimir Etush in Dostoyevsky's "Dyadyushkin son" (2000). Her most memorable stage performances included such roles as Mm. Pichem in the 'Threepenny opera' by Bertolt Brecht, as Empress Catherine the Great in 'Tsarskaya Okhota' (aka .. The Tsar's hunting), and as Pronya in 'Za dvumya zaitsami', earning herself the "Crystal Turandot" Award for the role. In 1998 Aronova created the character of Kleanida in Molière's 'Amfitrion' and the play has been a continuous success for 9 seasons in a row. Since the 2004 premiere of 'Mademoiselle Nitouche', Aronova has been delivering critically acclaimed performances co-starring opposite 'Viktor Dobronravov' and Nonna Grishaeva. Mariya Aronova was designated Honorable Actress of Russia (2004), was awarded the Stanislavsky Prize, and the State Prize of Russia. She is living and working in Moscow, Russia.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Ice (2018)||February 14, 2018|