Svetlana Viktorovna Khodchenkova (born January 21, 1983, Moscow) is a Russian theater, film, television and dubbing actress, film producer, Honored Artist of Russia (2018).
I was born in Moscow on January 21, 1983.
For a long time I lived with my mother in the town of Zheleznodorozhny (now the Balashikha district of the city). At 16 worked briefly in a modeling agency.
She made her film debut at age 20 in a film by Stanislav Govorukhin's "Bless a Woman" (2003), where Khodchenkova played the role of Vera, the wife of the commander of the Red Army. For this film she was nominated for the Nika Cinema Award for Best Female Role. She continued her career by playing the role of clairvoyant Cassandra in the historical television serial The Talisman of Love (2005).
In 2005 she graduated from the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute, Mikhail Borisov's course. In the same year, she starred in another Govorukhin's film - "Not by bread alone" as Nadezhda Drozdova. In 2007, Hodchenkova starred in the film directed by Pavel Sanayev "Kilometer Zero". In 2009-2013, she collaborated with director Marius Weisberg, who starred her in the trilogy "Love in the City" together with Vera Brezhneva and Anastasia Zadorozhnaya.
In 2011, the actress made her Hollywood debut in the film "Spy, Get Out!" Then she starred in another American film "Wolverine: The Immortal", where she played the role of Viper.
She played in the films "Vasilisa", "Champions", "Bloody Lady Bathory".
On December 29, 2016, the historical film "Viking" was released, where Khodchenkova played one of the main roles.
In 2019 she was awarded the Golden Eagle Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film "Dovlatov".
Member of the party "United Russia". Member of the Union of Cinematographers of Russia.
In May 2021, Netflix announced the launch of the first original Russian drama series ANNA K together with 1-2-3 Productions - a modern interpretation of the novel by Leo Tolstoy - with Khodchenkova in the title role.