Anastasiia Kotliar

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Anastasiia Oleksandrivna Kotliar

(1989-12-08) 8 December 1989 (age 31)
Sumy, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic
NationalityUkrainian
Other namesNastia
CitizenshipUkraine
Alma materSumy State University
Occupation
  • Journalist
  • poetess
  • screenwriter
  • actress
Years active2011–present

Anastasiia Oleksandrivna Kotliar (born 8 December 1989) is a Ukraine, poetess, screenwriter and actress. Anastasiia was born and grew up in Sumy, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic and graduated in Sumy State University at MSU Faculty of Journalism, where she began a professional career in 2011 afterwards.[1]

Early life

Anastasiia Kotliar was born in Sumy on 8 December 1989. She described her childhood as "no means easy and carefree". Her family endured severe struggle in their life, which prompted Anastasiia to be orphaned by the age of 16. Her sister raised her meanwhile. Anastasiia recalled her childhood event when she rubbed sausage to her cloth while friend notice her, as embarrassing, awkward funny moment. For long year, she had kept in secret. As a child, she liked to imitate her mother and grandmother and vandalized their cosmetics.

Anastasiia then received higher education and graduated under Faculty of Journalism.[2]

Career

While she was student, she has worked with Vidikon shopping and entertainment complex, as correspondent and TV presenter in 2011. In particular, she hosted sport news. After two years, she became correspondent on the same channel, leading her launch of the first TV program Music-Sumi.ua. Anastasiia qualified journalism and hired in executive editor a year later. In 2015, Anastasiia moved to Kyiv and subsequently employed as screenwriter in STV (TV channel). There, she scripted for television serials All Will be Good and For Live. Anastasiia succeeded several works, she has served as editor in Top Model po-ukrainsky and journalist in MasterChef Ukraine. Anastasiia is aficionado of poetry. In 2017, she became member of Orpheus literary studio. In 2011, she received the Smoloskip literary prize. One of her work titled Kitochor published on her account.[3] Since then, she published poems periodically. In 2017, Anastasiia turned to actress and roled in reality television series Kiev Day and Night, as Nastia. The series gave her popularity nationwide.[2][4]

References

  1. "Новини". SumDU (in українська). Retrieved 2021-05-09.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Анастасія Котляр - біографія, освіта, сім'я, кар'єра, компромат". MY.UA (in українська). Retrieved 2021-04-08.
  3. редакция. "В Саду сходящихся тропок презентовали «Китохор» | | Агентство творческих событий" (in русский). Retrieved 2021-05-09.
  4. "ПРО нас". SumDU (in українська). Retrieved 2021-05-09.

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