Inna Golovina

Actor

Inna Golovina graduated from the Sobinov State Conservatory in Saratov, after which she worked at the Saratov Young Spectator Theatre and the Krasnodar Youth Theatre. She enrolled in the Russian State Institute of Cinema in the experimental course led by Emmanuel Vitorgan, receiving her diploma in 2003. During her tenure as a member of the company of the Stanislavsky Drama Theatre, she played Frida in The Master and Margarita, directed by Valery Belyakovych, and Marya, the Boyar's Daughter in The Princess Frog, directed by Olga Velikanova and Alexander Tovstonogov, and other roles.

Roles in the Electrotheater Stanislavsky
2017Katya, A Boring Story, directed by Vasily Skvortsov
2016Paula Clausen, Before Sunset, directed by Vladimir Kosmachevsky
2016Psychosis, directed by Alexander Zeldovich
2015Mother Koreneva, Weaver, The Blue Bird, directed by Boris Yukhananov
Roles in the drama theater named after Konstantin Stanislavsky
2012Frida, The Master and Margarita, directed by Valery Belyakovich
2012Women Deceived by Don Juan, Don Juan's Last Night, directed by Valery Belyakovich
2011Zinaida Mikhailovna, Ivan Vasilievich..., directed by Alexander Gorban
2010Actress, I Don't Believe, directed by Marat Gatsalov
2009Beatrice, Women's Gossip, directed by Alexander Galibin
2008Mother, Fairy, The Magic Nut, directed by Ramis Ismagilov
2008Girl in the Harem, Martyrs of Love, directed by Tatyana Akhramkova
2005Lika, Yevgraf, the Adventurer, directed by Tatyana Akhramkova
2004Courtier, The Glass of Water, directed by Sergey Aldonin
2004Ippolita, Titania, A Midsummer Night's Dream, directed by Vladimir Mirzoev
2003Nadia, Seven Saints from the Village of Bryukho, directed by Vladimir Mirzoev
1998The Woman-Victim, Khlestakov, directed by Vladimir Mirzoyev (replacement)
1996Trinushka, The Black Hen, directed by Olga Velikanova (replacement)
1996Marya, the Boyar's Daughter, The Princess Frog, directed by Olga Velikanova and Alexander Tovstonogov (replacement)
Roles in the cinema
2004Girl, Truckers, directed by Vasily Blednov
1999The Bourgeois Birthday, directed by Anatoly Mateshko