Biography

Elizaveta Nikolaevna Arzamasova (Russian: Елизаве́та Никола́евна Арзама́сова), or less formally Liza Arzamasova (Russian: Ли́за Арзама́сова); born March 17, 1995; is a Russian actress of theater, also known as TV-show anchorwoman.

Elizaveta Arzamasova was born in Moscow. In four years, she began to act in films. Liza played the main role in the musical "Annie" (director – Nina Chusova). In 2004, at the 9th theater festival Moscow Debuts the young actress was awarded the audience award for this role. At the same time Liza was engaged in the music studio at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts - GITIS. Then Liza's mother, Yuliya Arzamasova, placed on one of the sites photos and summaries of Liza. She got a call from the Moscow Variety Theatre, asked about her daughter and invited to audition.

In 2004, at the 9th theater festival "Moscow debuts" the young actress was awarded for the role of the Audience Choice Award.

Liza became popular after the TV series Daddy's Daughters, where she played one of the main roles – Galina Vasnetsova.

In January 30, 2010, at age of 14 she played the role of Juliet in Romeo and Juliet on the stage of Moscow C.S. Stanislavski Drama Theatre.

(Wikipedia)

Elizaveta Nikolaevna Arzamasova (Russian: Елизаве́та Никола́евна Арзама́сова), or less formally Liza Arzamasova (Russian: Ли́за Арзама́сова); born March 17, 1995; is a Russian actress of theater, also known as TV-show anchorwoman.

Elizaveta Arzamasova was born in Moscow. In four years, she began to act in films. Liza played the main role in the musical "Annie" (director – Nina Chusova). In 2004, at the 9th theater festival Moscow Debuts the young actress was awarded the audience award for this role. At the same time Liza was engaged in the music studio at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts - GITIS. Then Liza's mother, Yuliya Arzamasova, placed on one of the sites photos and summaries of Liza. She got a call from the Moscow Variety Theatre, asked about her daughter and invited to audition.

In 2004, at the 9th theater festival "Moscow debuts" the young actress was awarded for the role of the Audience Choice Award.

Liza became popular after the TV series Daddy's Daughters, where she played one of the main roles – Galina Vasnetsova.

In January 30, 2010, at age of 14 she played the role of Juliet in Romeo and Juliet on the stage of Moscow C.S. Stanislavski Drama Theatre.

(Wikipedia)

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 15

Birthday 1995-03-17

Place of Birth Moscow, Russia

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Also Known As

  • Лиза Арзамасова
  • Liza Arzamasova
  • Elizaveta Nikolaevna Arzamasova
  • Елизаве́та Никола́евна Арзама́сова
  • Ли́за Арзама́сова

Acting TV ShowsMovies

2019 Mistresses as Mila
2017 Partner as Katya
2014 Corporate Event
2012 The Snow Queen as Doch atamanshi (voice)
2011 Достоевский (8 episodes) as Sofia Korvin-Krukovskaya
2010 Ashberry Waltz as Lena
2009 The Priest as Eva
2009 Love and the City as Вера
2007 Daddy's Daughters (307 episodes) as Галина Сергеевна
2007 Own Children as Lada Bezuglova
2006 Lost in Time as Алина Еремина (as Liza Arzamasova)
2006 Секретное оружие as General's daughter
2004 Ragin as Motyka
2004 The Rider Named Death as кукла в кукольном театре
2001 The Ark as Маша

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