Olga Kurylenko lived with her mother and grandmother after her parents separated when she was still in the early years of her life. Olga Kurylenko, who received art and language education during her years in Ukraine, studied piano at the art school in Berdyansk and studied ballet until the age of 13. Spotted by a talent scout at a Moscow metro station, Olga Kurylenko started her modeling career. She moved to Moscow at the age of 15 and to Paris a year later.
Olga Kurylenko, who managed to appear on the covers of magazines such as Vogue and Elle at the age of 18, worked with brands such as Roberto Cavalli, Kenzo, and the Victoria's Secret, and became the face of different brands. Olga Kurylenko, who starred in an episode of the TV series “Largo Winch” in 2001, decided to pursue an acting career and her first movie role was Iris in the 2005 movie “The Ring Finger”. Olga Kurylenko, who starred in the movie “Paris, je t'aime” with Elijah Wood in 2006, became a globally recognized actress with her role as Nika Boronina in the 2007 movie “Hitman”.
Olga Kurylenko, who starred in the movie “Max Payne”, another video game adaptation in 2008, played the character of Camille Montes as a Bond girl in the movie “Quantum of Solace” in the same year. Olga Kurylenko, whose performance with Daniel Craig gained great acclaim, starred with Tom Cruise in the movie “Oblivion” in 2013.
Olga Kurylenko, who received French citizenship in 2001, has acted in many French movies as well as big-budget Hollywood productions. “A Breath Away”, “Johnny English Strikes Again” and “15 Minutes of War” are some of her successful productions in recent years.
Notes from Olga Kurylenko's career
Olga Kurylenko is fluent in Russian, English, and French. She can also speak Spanish and Italian. This made it possible for Olga Kurylenko to take part in productions of different countries throughout her career. She also learned Turkish for the 2014 movie “The Water Diviner”.