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Irina was born Apeksimova on January 13 in 1966 in Volgograd, both of her parents were musicians, his father — a teacher at the music school and conservatory, his mother — a musical comedy theater. After his parents divorced mother with Irina went to Odessa, where Irina entered the theater class.
After high school, Irina tried to enter the Moscow Art Theatre School, but because of the specific dialect of Odessa was not accepted. Then she returned to Odessa and began working in the corps de ballet of the Odessa Theater of Operetta. The second attempt to enter the same Moscow Art Theatre School also failed. After that, Irina joined the corps de ballet Operetta Theatre in Volgograd.
A year later, having died to stop her from speaking, she still was admitted to the Moscow Art Theater School in the studio . Together with Irina studied Yevgeny Mironov and . In 1994, three of them withdrew from the film "The Limit" by Denis Evstigneeva.
From 1990 to 2000 she worked at the Chekhov Art Theater. Chekhov. She played many prominent roles, including: Helen Andreevnu in Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya", Baroness Strahl in the "Masquerade».
In 1986 Apeksimova starred in the first film in the film "The Tower", but her fame brought the films "Men's revelations" and "moo-moo". All she has played in over 40 film roles, mostly femme fatales. These are the films "Bourgeois's Birthday," "The Empire is under attack," "The Cage" and many others.
In 2011, Irina tried her in a new role — as a singer she performed a solo concert "And I Odessa girl! ". Her repertoire — Odessa Song: Jewish, street, bawdy, lyrical. Each of them — it's the whole show a little performance with intelligent actress bullying and great musical arrangements.
Today Irina Apeksimova continues to act in films, theater play and perform live. She was married to actor Valery Nikolaev, who has a daughter Dasha.