Date of Birth: 09/12/1961
Place of birth: Norilsk
Rose Khairullin was born September 12, 1961 in Norilsk. Her parents were the children of exiles chairmen of collective farms. When Rose was twelve years old, the family moved to the city of Zelenodolsk. From the third class I was engaged in theatrical studio and wanted to be an actress. After high school, Rose entered the Kazan Theatre School. For the second year playing at the National Theater of Kamala. After graduating from college in 1981, Rose began to work in the Kazan Theatre of Young Spectators. In 1991 he was awarded the State Prize for his role in the play, "Mayhem" pomotivam novel by Boris Vasilyev, "And there was evening and there was morning," directed by Boris Zeitlin. In 1996, the play "The Tempest" by Shakespeare won the "Golden Mask".
In 1996, a fire destroyed Kazan Theatre for Young People, and Rosa Khairullina left Kazan. After a short time playing in Chelyabinsk Youth Theatre. In 1997 he received an invitation to the Samara theater "SamArt" and soon became its leading actress.
In 2009, she joined the Moscow theater studio under the direction of Oleg Tabakov ( "snuff-box").
He plays on the stage of the Theatre. Leningrad City Council in the performance, "I miss you" A. Volodin, on the stage of the Samara Academic Drama Theatre. Gorky in the play "The Colonel Bird" W. Boycheva. In the theater "Shelter comedian" (St. Petersburg) is playing King Lear in the play directed by K. Bogomolov "Lear." The Basia Nations Theatre plays in the play "Shosha" (dir. T. Imamutdinov).
At the Moscow International Film Festival in 2012 Rose Khairullina recognized as the best actress for her role in the film hanshi Tayduly "Horde," directed by Andrew Proshkina.
2009 - Ivan the Terrible (directed by Andrew Eshpay.) - Tatar-beggar
2010 - Elysium (directed by Andrew Eshpay.) -
2010 - The fifth group of blood - Ravil, a mother of Ruslana
2011 - Suhodol (directed by Alexander Shooting.) -
2012 - Paid love - Antonina Semyonovna
2012 - Dugout - Sofia
2012 - The Horde (directed by Andrei Proshkin.) - Khansha Taydula
Awards and nominations
1992 - State Prize of the Russian Federation in the field of literature and art in 1992
2006 - Stanislavsky International Prize in the category Skill actor for roles in recent years.
2012 - 34th Moscow International Film Festival: Prize "Silver George" for Best Actress (film "The Horde").