Tamara Tana stars as Anna, the mysterious Polish immigrant wife of Victor, our protagonist.

Tamara was born in Minsk, Belorussia. She attended a special school for the arts from age seven to seventeen. She also studied English. A graduate from Moscow's reknowned Vachktangov Actor's School, Tamara was under contract with the state run Moscow Theatre. Before moving to the US, Tamara appeared in several stage productions each year, playing a variety of leading roles.

She also starred in a number of Russian movies, including Vladimir Alenikov's internationally acclaimed musical The Drayman and The King, based on the famous Isaak Babel play “Sunset.” She guest starred in the broadcast productions The Kings of Russian Investigation and The Great Love of Great People.

Tamara currently lives in Los Angeles, where she continues her career working on both the stage and screen. She played the lead in the stage musical White Mercedes. Her first American film was Time of Darkness (aka The Clearing) as the female lead with George Segal.



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