YANINA STUDILINA ("Masha") is a major Russian television
star who has successfully transitioned into a Russian feature film star with her
stand-out role in Feodor Bondarchuk's STALINGRAD.
She first found fame as an audience favorite on the hit Russian TV shows
"School Number One" and "Ranetki." For the past decade, Yanina has also starred
in several television productions including: "Soldiers," "The City of
Temptations," "Galigin.ru," "Voronini," "Emergency," and "Ugly Lusya."
Feature film success soon followed with her starring roles in "The White
Guard," "Girl From the Villages," and now STALINGRAD. Since 2005, her supporting
film roles have included: "Scenic Adventures," and "Yasnovidyashchaya."
Yanina Studilina has recently completed filming the following upcoming
Russian feature films currently in post-production: "Angel's Cases," "Unreal
Loves," and starring roles in "The Life of Others" and "Turkish Transit."
A graduate of both The Boris Schukin Theater Institute in Moscow, Russia, and
The Lee Strasberg Theater & Film Institute in New York, NY, Yanina Studilina has
also been the host of RuTV's "Music Channel" and "The Russian Travel Guide
Yanina Studilina is also trained in Jazz and Modern dance and speaks fluent
English and French.