Viktoriya Evgenievna Isakova (Russian: Викто́рия Евге́ньевна Иса́кова; born 12 October 1976) is a Russian theater and film actress. Her film credits include Tochka (2006), The Island (2006) and Mirrors (2013). Her television credits include Ottepel (2013). In 2015 she starred in Rodina, the Russian TV adaptation of Homeland.
|Born||Viktoriya Evgenievna Isakova
October 12, 1976
Khasavyurt, RSFSR, USSR (now Dagestan, Russia)
|Spouse(s)||Yuri Moroz (2003-present)|
|Awards||Government awards of the Russian Federation|
Viktoriya Isakova was born in Khasavyurt, Dagestan ASSR, RSFSR, USSR. At age 13 she moved with her family to Moscow. After school she entered the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts, and after years of study transferred to the Moscow Art Theatre School in the course of Oleg Efremov. She graduated from the Moscow Art Theatre School in 1999.
In 2001, she joined the Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre. For Pannochka role in the play Viy won the 2003 Theatre Award "Seagull".
Her husband is the director Yury Moroz.
|2004||Women in a game without rules||Tonya||TV Series|
|2006||Okhota na Piranyu||Sinilga|
|2006||Doctor Zhivago||Marinka||(11 series)|
|2006||The Island (2006 film)||Nastya|
|2006||Filipp's Bay||Oia||TV series|
|2007||The branch of lilac||Anna Ladyzhenskaya|
|2008||Button||Elizabeta Tenetskaya||TV Movie|
|2008||Big Foot||Dasha Shelestova, journalist||TV Movie|
|2009||Prodigal children||Galina Morozova||TV Series|
|2009||The Brothers Karamazov||Katerina Ivanovna||TV Series|
|2009||Pelagia and the White Bulldog||Naina Tatishcheva||TV Series|
|2010||Rat||Anna Shcherbakova||TV Movie|
|2010||Smile, cry when stars||Anna Svetlova||TV Movie|
|2013||Pyotr Leschenko. Everything That Was...||Yekaterina Zavyalova||TV Series|
|2013||The Thaw||Inga Khrustaleva||TV Series|
|2013||Kill twice||Mariya Danilova||TV Series|
|2014||Inquisitor||Natalya Serebryanskaya, private detective||TV Series|
|2015||Rodina||Anna Zimina||TV series|
|2015||Green carriage||Vera Raevskaya|
|2016||Damned wretch||Diana||TV series|
|2016||The Student (2016 film)||Elena Krasnova|
|2017||Mata Hari||Lidia Kireevskaya||TV series|
|2017||The Optimists||Katrin Muratoff||TV series|