The star of the sitcom "My Fair Nanny" Olga Prokofieva spoke about low earnings.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the actress was left without work. Before the epidemic, the 57-year-old actress actively acted in films and played in the theater, but now everything has changed:
“I have a certain salary in the theater. It is budgetary, but the administration finds funds. I have a Moscow pension, thanks to Sobyanin. There is a state pension of 20 thousand rubles. This, of course, is a small minimum, but still we have no right to grumble."
According to Prokofieva, she no longer counts on outside help:
“We earn our fee by labor - we have to get on a plane, we have to go in cars, we have to freeze somewhere, somewhere to go on stage sick. Now everyone has lost it. Those who have a mortgage, it is really hard for them. I have no mortgage. There is a minimum: some shooting, cute advertising projects. But not what it was, of course. And there is no patron who would support me. Times are difficult, but I will not complain about the whole country”.
The actress does not like to spread about her personal life. In 2004, Prokofieva divorced actor Yuri Sokolov, with whom she had been married for 12 years. The actress is in no hurry to get married the second time:
“Divorced not from a good life. Something happened that didn't suit both of us. It was painful, unpleasant. There were many bad deeds after the divorce, but this is already a turned page. After parting, it was such a relief that there was no need to endure something for the sake of someone. We just wanted to run away faster and not poison each other's lives,”
- said the artist in an interview with Suren Kagramanov in the YouTube show "The Truth is Better".
We will remind, earlier "Rambler" reported that Samburskaya sharply criticized men with low wages.