Kristina Orbakaitė

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Kristina Orbakaitė
BornKristina Orbakaite
(Кристина Орбакайте)

(1971-05-25) 25 Mey 1971 (age 52)
Moscow, Soviet Union
  • singer-songwriter
  • actress
  • record producer
Years active1983-present
Muisical career
  • vocals
Associate actsAlla Pugacheva,
Vladimir Presnyakov

Kristina Edmundovna Orbakaite (Roushie: Кристина Эдмундовна Орбакайте, Lithuanie: Kristina Orbakaitė, born 25 Mey 1971, Moscow, Roushie) is a Roushie sangster[1] an actress. Her parents are Roushie pop starn Alla Pugacheva[2] an Lithuanie circus performer Mykolas Orbakas.

Biografie[eedit | eedit soorce]

Kristina wis born in Moscow an spent hintle o her childhuid in the Lithuanie toun o Šventoji. At the age o 7 she debuted in the Soviet childer TV program "Veseliye Notki" (Happy Music) wi the sang "Solnishko Smeetsa". In 1982 she sang the sang "Pust' Govoryat" in the popular TV program "Utrenyaya Pochta". Housomeivver, she did no acome popular till 1983, when she filmit the movie "Chuchelo" (Scarecrow) whaur she played a girl who wis different frae iveryane else.[3]

Muisical career[eedit | eedit soorce]

She made her singin debut in 1992 wi the sang "Pogovorim" (Let's Talk). Efter twa years, she released her first album "Vernost'". Kristina wis awairdit a "World Music Award" in 2002 for the "Best Sellin Roushie Airtist", an "MuzTV Music Award" in 2005 an 2006 for the "Best Female sangster" in Roushie.

Personal[eedit | eedit soorce]

She is currently marriet tae a Roushie businessman namit Mikhail Zemtsov an haes twa sons: Nikita born in 1991, an Deni born in 1998. On 19 November 2011 she offeecially confirmit that she is pregnant. Kristina gae birth tae a dochter on 30 Mairch 2012 an namit her Claudia.

Albums[eedit | eedit soorce]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Touzmohamed, Erkin (16 November 1996). "Music Publishing Sector Slowly Emerging in Russia". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. 108 (46): 58. ISSN 0006-2510. Retrieved 23 September 2010.
  2. Horton, Andrew; Brashinsky, Michael (1992). The zero hour: glasnost and Soviet cinema in transition. Princeton University Press. p. 71. ISBN 9780691019208. Retrieved 23 September 2010.
  3. Lawton, Anna M. (1992). The Red screen: politics, society, art in Soviet cinema. Psychology Press. pp. 287–288. ISBN 9780415078191. Retrieved 23 September 2010.

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