Anna Chipovskaya
Chipovskaya in 2017
Anna Borisovna Chipovskaya

(1987-06-16) 16 June 1987 (age 36)
Years active2003–present

Anna Borisovna Chipovskaya (Russian: А́нна Бори́совна Чипо́вская; born 16 June 1987) is a Russian actress.

Early life

Chipovskaya was born in Moscow, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (now Russia). She was born to Olga Chipovskaya, an actress of Vakhtangov Theatre, and Boris Frumkin, a notable jazz musician.[1]

Anna's parents wanted her to become a translator and enrolled her in linguistic high school. In parallel with her studies, she worked for a modeling agency.

She studied until grade 9 and then enrolled in a drama school.[2]

In 2009, Anna graduated from the Moscow Art Theater School and was accepted into the troupe of the Moscow theater studio under the direction of Oleg Tabakov, where she began to play, while still a student. In the same year "Nezavisimaya Gazeta" highlighted her work in the play "Olesya".


When she was a student,[3] where is playing the role of a photographer.[4] She made her movie debut at the age of 16.[5] In the film debuted in 2003 in the TV series Operation "Color of the nation" and the children spy. In 2004 followed by roles in the series "Dear Masha Berezina", "Bachelors" and "Lily of the Valley Silver 2".

She acted in the film "Yolki 3" (2013).[6]

She became popular due to the TV series "The Thaw".[7] The 12-part television series, "The Thaw" (2013), which takes place in the early 1960s, with the participation of developing Anna Chipovskaya main love story line. The image of a young and romantic Maryana Pichugina new and passionate love occurs in the life of the cameraman, professional virtuoso Victor Khrustalyov. Seductive and sexy heroine Anna becomes the first, sometimes agonizing experience in the film and in the relationship to mature in crisis after a recent divorce, a man embodies the rebellious spirit of the sixties – when the dramatic events taking place in it, and on the set, and in the course of the investigation and killing each other, which is involved in a lover Maryana Pichugina.

Anna Chipovskay at the festival "Kinotavr-2015" in Sochi.

For his role in the TV series "The Thaw" was nominated for "Golden Eagle" (Film Awards 2015) in the category "Best Actress on Television". However, the award went to Anna Chipovskaya's rival, Viktoriya Isakova. Nevertheless, portal noted that after «an actress of such a project has the potential to rise to stardom even in Hollywood».

In 2015, she performed in the Russian version of the American folk song, In the Pines[8][9] titled "Холодного фронта".[10]

In early 2015, the screens out, fantastic film "The Calculator" (2014), filmed in Iceland, where the partner Anna was Yevgeny Mironov, then the sequel "Love with accent and without" with Rezo Gigineishvili and two more series with Anna Chipovskaya.

She played the female lead in 2015 romantic comedy movie "Horoscope for good luck".[11]

In 2016, rolling out the detective thriller movie "Pure Art" (2016), also nude scenes in which Anna the main lead Sasha.[12]

In February 2016 in "Snuff Box", the premiere of the play "Nameless Star" on the play by playwright Michael Sebastian with elements of melodrama and tragic farce in the railway surroundings. In the play Anna Chipovskaya stars in Mona, her partner – Pavel Tabakov. That same spring on the first channel with the actress goes detective drama "The NBC Mystery town". Anna Chipovskaya – as eccentric, daring and curious Blogersha, put a spoke in the course of a criminal investigation.

She has endorsed perfumes from Avon Products.[13]

Anna Chipovskaya at On the Edge Film Festival.



Year Title Role Notes
2005 Male Season: Velvet Revolution Vershinin's Daughter (ru)
2006 Labyrinths of love Sofia TV movie
2011 Yolki 2 Elena Kravchuk
2012 The Ballad of Uhlans Panna Beata
2012 The Conductor Darya (ru)
2012 The Spy Nadezhda 'Nadya'
2013 Yolki 3 Lena
2014 Sex, Coffee, Cigarettes girl
2014 The Calculator Kristi (ru)
2015 Paws, Bones & Rock'n'roll Lena, Nastya's mother
2015 Horoscope for Good Luck Rita Antonova (ru)
2015 Without Borders Polina
2015 Green Carriage Marina (ru)
2015 Good Job Short
2016 Pure Art Sasha Gaidukova (ru)
2016 Superbad Masha
2017 About Love Nina
2017 Blockbuster Natasha Tulpanova (ru)
2020 Masha Masha adult
2020 Has Anyone Seen My Girl? Kira
2025 The Prophet. The Story of Alexander Pushkin Countess Elisaveta Ksaverevna Vorontsova Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
2003 Operation "Color of the Nation" Anya
2004 Lily of the Valley Silver 2 Sani
2005 Dear Masha Berezina Sveta Popova
2008 Bachelors Zhenya
2009 Bros Nastya Tsareva
2010 Bros – 2 Nastya Tsareva
2013 Everything Began in Harbin Lyudmila Erzhanova Mini-Series
2013 The Thaw Maryana Pichugina
2014 Not Casual Meeting Margarita
2014 Leaving Nature Alla Gulyaeva
2017 The Road to Calvary Darya Bulavina
2020 The Last Minister Tonya Redkina
2020 Psycho Lena


  1. ^ "Анна Чиповская: "Хочется быть стильной, а не модной"". Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  2. ^ "Анна Чиповская чудом спаслась от маньяка". Поликсал.ру - Только эксклюзивные новости (in Russian). 8 August 2016. Archived from the original on 9 September 2017. Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  3. ^ "Эксклюзивное интервью ELLE: актриса Аня Чиповская | Интервью на". Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  4. ^ "Эксклюзив SPLETNIK.RU: Анна Чиповская и Женя Малахова о ролях, красоте и многом другом". Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  5. ^ "Анна Чиповская: Всегда плачу за себя сама". Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  6. ^ "Анна Чиповская: "У нас очень редкая штука – хороший сценарий"". Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  7. ^ "Селфи не для слабонервных: Анна Чиповская шокировала разбитым лицом". Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  8. ^ "Актриса Анна Чиповская перепела "Нирвану" для фильма "Холодный фронт"". Meduza (in Russian). 3 December 2015. Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  9. ^ "Анна Чиповская исполнила кавер на Nirvana для триллера Волобуева". Российская газета (in Russian). 4 December 2015. Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  10. ^ Пешая, Елизавета (3 December 2015). "Анна Чиповская спела песню Nirvana в трейлере "Холодного фронта"". Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  11. ^ "Анна Чиповская: "Во мне словно живут две Ани, и обе не подарок"". HELLO! Russia (in Russian). 12 August 2016. Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  12. ^ "Анна Чиповская и Петр Федоров в первом трейлере фильма "Чистое искусство"". Retrieved 31 August 2016.
  13. ^ "Анна Чиповская стала лицом линии экологичной косметики Avon". Журнал Cosmopolitan (in Russian). 15 April 2015. Retrieved 31 August 2016.