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Soviet-born Actress Is to Star As a Bond Girl
27.07.2011 15:29
Soviet-born Actress Is to Star As a Bond Girl
Margarita Levieva

A Soviet- born American actress Margarita Levieva, 31, may become a James Bond girl in the new 23d Bond movie. If approved she will star with Daniel Craig. Levieva's participation in the 007 movie has not been confirmed officially yet.

The perfect Bond girl is beautiful, confident but mysterious, and Margarita has all of those qualities, British press reports. Thanks to her natural beauty, gracefulness and a great physical fitness Margarita is able to create a new image in one of the most famous films in the world.

Margarita was born in St. Petersburg, Russia. She began the rigorous training program of a competitive gymnast at the age of 3. As a member of the Russian rhythmic gymnastics Olympic team, Levieva continued to train for the next 13 years, winning competitions in Russia and eventually going on to compete in the United States.

When she was 11, Levieva's mother moved her and her twin brother to New York. She later studied economics at NYU. Her true passion, however, had always been acting and she was accepted into the Meisner Training Program at the prestigious William Esper Studio.

Her previous roles include a minor part opposite Matthew McConaughey in last year’s Lincoln Lawyer and Ashton Kutcher’s love interest in 2009’s Spread. Levieva feature film credits include also “The Invisible,” the independent film “Billy’s Choice” and “Noise,” starring Tim Robbins, Bridget Moynihan and William Hurt.
      She has appeared on “Law & Order: Trial by Jury,” and was cast in three pilots: “What’s Not To Love?” “N.Y. 70” and “The Prince.” In 2005, New York Magazine featured Levieva as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in New York.



Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: St. Petersburg Russia Bond movies   

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