Dina Korzun

Dina Korzun

Highest Rated: 94% Last Resort (2000)

Lowest Rated: 60% Forty Shades of Blue (2005)

Birthday: Apr 13, 1971

Birthplace: Smolensk, USSR

Dina Korzun possessed enough talent, beauty and onscreen presence that she was bestowed with the highly complementary nickname "the Russian Julia Roberts." The theater-trained actress lit up the screen with powerful portrayals of women who struggled to find identity, love and inner peace in a post-modern world. She reached international acclaim with a riveting performance as a Russian immigrant seeking political asylum in England with her 10-year-old son in Pawel Pawlikowski's "Last Resort" (2000), a documentary-style film that was entirely improvised. Korzun was equally poignant as the long-suffering girlfriend of a rock 'n' roll veteran (Rip Torn) who engages in a torrid affair with his son in the 2005 drama, "Forty Shades of Blue." She entered a dreamlike world in "Cold Souls" (2009) as a hired "mule" who traffics the extracted and frozen soul of actor Paul Giamatti to Russia. Korzun sparkled with originality and intellect in all of her award-worthy performances, and her ease of enveloping into character and stealing scenes from veteran actors were but a few of many reasons the actress deserved the critical accolades she had received throughout her career.

Highest rated movies

Last Resort
Cold Souls
Forty Shades of Blue




No Score Yet 75% The Land of the Deaf Yaya (Character) - 2013
86% 76% Farewell Alina (Character) - 2009
75% 54% Cold Souls Nina (Character) $903.1K 2009
60% 43% Forty Shades of Blue Laura (Character) $75.2K 2005
94% 85% Last Resort Tanya (Character) $114.7K 2000