Lyubov Pavlovna Aksyonova (maiden name Novikova; born March 15, 1990, Moscow, RSFSR, USSR) is a Russian theater, film, television, voice-over and dubbing actress.
Born on March 15, 1990, in Moscow to a military family. After graduating from school she entered the Russian Theatre Institute GITIS and studied at the workshop of A. I. Sheinin, graduating from the institute in 2010. She made her debut as an actress in 2009, appearing in several episodes of the TV series Detectives and Trace. In 2011, she starred in the TV series "Univer. New Dorm". In the same year, after starring in the TV series "Closed School", the actress became recognizable and in demand. In 2012, she played one of the main roles in the feature film "Stories", which opened her way to big cinema. In 2013-2014 the actress starred in the films The Sinner (directed by D. Konstantinov), Moscow Never Sleeps (directed by D. O'Reilly), as well as in a number of TV series, including Embracing the Sky (directed by M. Fadeeva) and The Inquisitor (directed by Yu. Moroz).
In 2014 she played one of the main roles in the film "Loves Not Loves", where her partners on the set were Svetlana Khodchenkova and Maxim Matveev. In 2015 Lubov was invited to shoot in the sequel of the television series "Survive After".
In 2016, she took part in three famous projects, as well as in the film "Night Guards" and the TV series "Major 2", "The Exes" (directed by I. Kitaev).
In 2017, the actress played in the film "Salut-7." In 2018-2019, her works include roles in the films "Without Me", "Beyond Reality", "Coma", as well as in the TV series "Major 3" and "Exes 2".
In 2019, she became the most popular actress of the year according to movie theater.ru. In 2019, she took second place in the annual rating of the sexiest women in Russia, published by Maxim magazine.