Now Svetlana Svetikova, performing the role of Esmeralda in the domestic production of the famous musical, is already 37 years old. The star left the stage long ago and disappeared from television screens. She completely immersed herself in raising her children. How does Svetlana Svetikova live now?
The artist was born into a creative family, and inherited her talent from her mother, who was also a vocal performer. The singer began performing on stage from the age of 4: she was a member of a children's ensemble, was engaged in choreography and participated in vocal competitions.
Having matured, Svetikova entered the Moscow State Pedagogical University, but did not study there for long. Having passed only one session, Svetlana left the university for the role of Esmeralda in the musical Notre Dame de Paris. The star also played leading roles in other theatrical and musical projects: Metro, Cabaret, Three Musketeers.
With the advent of fame after participating in popular musicals, Svetikova began to be haunted by academic failures. In 2006, the artist entered GITIS at the faculty of pop art, but Svetlana was expelled for non-attendance. The star then devoted time to filming in the film "You Can't Catch Us". In the world of big cinema, Svetikova did not succeed in becoming famous.
In addition to musicals, the star has participated in many television shows. She came to the "Star Factory - 3", but the jury was not impressed by the talents of Svetikova. Also, the artist starred in the show "Dancing with the Stars", "Ice and Fire", "One to One!".
The star met with famous men, including Garik Kharlamov, Andrei Chadov, but she did not find happiness with them. The artist has been married for over 10 years to the acrobat-skater Alexei Polishchuk, whom she met on the Big City Lights show. The couple are raising two sons: 7-year-old Milan and three-year-old Christian. It was because of the children that Svetikova practically stopped acting and appearing on stage. She only occasionally records soundtracks and voices cartoon characters.