Lara Romanoff

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Lara Romanoff – “Nina”

LARA ROMANOFF Hollywood Seagull

Lara Romanoff was born at the top of the world, in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, in the former Soviet Union, a city of clouds and mountains and great mystical dreams. She grew up the daughter of a Russian schoolteacher mother and a German father who was Superintendent of Fisheries and regularly took her hunting for wild boars. A competitive acrobat and trampoline artist, she graduated high school at 16 and moved to Moscow to study acting. She worked in a bread factory to support her dream and graduated with honors from the prestigious VGIK University for film and theater in Moscow, where she was trained in all disciplines, from fencing to horseback riding to film editing. She graduated with honors, with a major in acting. Her Russian stage work includes the role of Adela in the national touring company of Home of Bernarda Alba by Garcia Lorca, directed by Gena Shaposhnikov. Her numerous Russian and German film and TV credits include the acclaimed Love.ru; Volkov’s Hour; Gelibte Schwester; and The Morning Is Not For Girls. Her extensive advertising work includes memorable spots in Russia and globally for Megafon, Mercedes, Coca Cola and other corporate giants. Her U.S. stage work is highlighted by the acclaimed national tour of Tell Hell I Ain’t Comin’ where she stole the show in the role of “Candy.”