Born on August 20, 1958 in Mozyr (Belarus).
Eight years engaged in rhythmic gymnastics.
At the age of 15, having graduated from eight classes, she entered the Gorky Theater School.
A year later, after passing the test, she played in the sports drama "Miracle with pigtails." After this role, she was invited by director Alexander Mitta in the film "The Tale of How Tsar Peter Arapa Married".
In 1977 she graduated from the theater school and became an actress of the Lensovet Theater.
In July 1980, she married the artist Anatoly Ravikovich (1936-2012).
In 1988 she left the Lensovet Theater and moved to the N.P. Akimov Comedy Theater.
Honored Artist of Russia (1994).
People's Artist of Russia (05/09/2007).
"Much ado about nothing".
Theater named after Lensoviet:
Flea - "Lefty";
Baby - "Baby and Carlson";
"The Cherry Orchard";
"Hurry to do good";
Comedy Theater N.P. Akimova:
Zoya Peltz - “Zoykina Apartment”;
Steffi Blondel - "I Want to Act in Films", Neil Simon (dir. Tatyana Kazakova, 2000);
Lady Fidget - "Village Wife", William Wicherly (dir. Tatyana Kazakova, 2000);
Mrs. Page - Windsor Pranks, William Shakespeare (dir. Valery Sarkisov, 2002);
Emilia Marty - "Means of Makropoulos", Karel Chapek (dir. Yuri Aksenov, 2004);
Makarskaya - “Meetings in the Suburbs”, Alexander Vampilov (dir. Victor Kramer, 2007).
PRIZES AND AWARDS
Laureate of the Russian National Acting Award named after Andrei Mironov “Figaro” in the nomination “Best of the best” for performing roles on a dramatic stage (2014).