45-year-old actress Anna Bolshova in a new interview spoke in detail about her Moscow childhood. It turns out that when the future theater and film star was small, she was often confused with a boy. “As a child, I had a rather low voice and short hair - I was constantly mistaken for a boy. And when in the car they asked me: "Boy, are you getting out?" - I grumbled in response: “I'm not a boy, I'm a girl! Yes, I'm going out "- the actress shared with the portal"
". She admitted that on this basis she almost got a childhood injury. At some point, Anechka's hair grew back, and they managed to be collected in two short ponytails. The girl was very happy about this and even put on a skirt for the next trip with her dad and sister to the Pushkin Museum. “And here we are together - a dad with two daughters - we come to the queue to enter the museum. Dad asks a standing policeman where to go to class on a subscription, and he replies: "Let the boy stand here, and you and your daughter go there" I remember how my eyes began to fill, and I sullenly: "I'm not a boy, I'm a girl!" " How did it happen?! With two ponytails and a skirt, I was still mistaken for a boy. " more on the topic
Anna Bolshova explained why for 20 years she has not communicated with her mother According to the actress, the woman behaved inappropriately when the actress's father left her.
In childhood, the star had many other unpleasant incidents. Once she was playing in the sandbox and made sand pies. One neighbor began to praise the girl, so much so that she herself decided to taste how tasty her work turned out to be. And there was also a case when young Anya dared to ride down a slide on a sled and rode head first on her stomach. The result of that trip was a hit against a wall, a concussion and the subsequent fear of overclocking, because of which Bolshova later quit the sport. See also: