Born July 15, 1964 in Moscow.
Honored Artist of the Russian Federation.
In childhood, she was engaged in rhythmic gymnastics, swimming, figure skating, ballet, and music.
In 1986 she graduated from the acting department of GITIS (course leader V.P. Ostalsky).
Epple, having successfully graduated from a theater college, joined the Comedy Theater. However, there the young actress did not stay long, moving to the Stanislavsky Theater. On this scene, she performed many vivid roles and got a good start in the acting profession.
In the period from 2000 to 2010, Jeanne Apple was immediately noted in fourteen different films. In 2010, Jeanne Epple received the title of Honored Artist of Russia.
Further, the woman wanted to try herself in a different role. Soon, fans saw their favorite host of the project “Club of ex-wives” on TNT.
In 2013, the actress played in the continuation of her iconic series "Balzac Age, or All Men Are ... 5 Years Later." The following year brought Jeanne only two secondary roles in the TV series “Restless Site” and “Zemsky Doctor”. In 2015, Apple played one of the main roles in the crime series “Incorruptible.”