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|Born||Julia Aleksandrovna Vysotskaya
16 August 1973
|Years active||1992-present day|
Julia Aleksandrovna Vysotskaya (born August 16, 1973, Novocherkassk) is a Russian actress and television presenter.
She worked at the Belarusian Yanka Kupala National Academic Theatre, where she played the lead role in productions of "The Star Without a Name" and "The Bald Soprano" among others.
She currently acts in productions staged at the Mossovet Academy Theatre.
In 2008 she was invited to be the culinary supervisor at a Russian evening held during the World Economic Forum in London. In 2009 she was culinary director of the Moscow restaurant "Family Floor".
Since 2003 she has presented the evening programme "Let's Eat at Home!" and the morning show "Breakfast with Julia Vysotskaya" on NTV channel.
She has been the editor-in-chief of the culinary magazine «KhlebSol'" since 2009, year in which she also helped set up the www.edimdoma.ru culinary social network and the first online cooking channel www.edimdoma.tv where users can watch Julia Vysotskaya preparing dishes, and her video blog, which is regularly updated with new content.
Vysotskaya is the author of numerous cooking bestsellers, of which she has already sold over one and half million copies.
She has been married to film director Andrei Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky since 1998. They have two children, a daughter, Masha (1999), and a son, Peter (2003).
|1992||To Go and Not Return||Zosya|
|1994||Bewitched||Girl in the public debate|
|1994||Game of the Imagination||Zhenya|
|2002||House of Fools||Zhanna Timofeeva|
|2003||The Lion in Winter||Alais|
|2006||The First Rule of the Queen||Inna Seliverstova|
|2010||The Nutcracker in 3D||Mother/The Snow Fairy|
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