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I became a mommy to a beautiful baby girl

July 22, 2019

Dear friends, my husband Dmitry and I have welcomed a beautiful baby girl on July 22, 2019 at Kaiser Permanente Moanalua Medical Center in Honolulu, HI. Our family just grew by two tiny feet. We named the amazing new human Veronica Lea... I will be taking some time off to take care of baby Veronica and adjust to being a new mommy. Very exciting times for our family. Follow me on IG @bitdangerous for more updates and cuddly baby pics. We love you all! 

A French Dominatrix and World Renowned Transformative Psychologist Madame Toulouse Pous'set 

June 16, 2018

Several best episodes of filmed-in-Hawai'i "Potluck With Smooch" web-series were showcased to cast & crew and their guests at a private venue in Kailua, Hawai'i, on June 16th, 2018. An episode where Olga Guest Starred as a French Dominatrix and World Renowned Transformative Psychologist Madame Toulouse Pous'set was among those selected for the closed premiere. "Potluck With Smooch" is a comedic, cannabis infused cooking show which was part of the Creative Lab Hawai'i and will premiere to the public early next year. As for Olga's character Madame Pous'set, her methods might be questionable and the rules of her lair a bit controversial, but there are two things that are clear: 1) she is effective, and 2) she makes one hell of an infused crepe - a dish she calls Cray Cray Crepes. You can read more about the web-series here: 

"In The Name Of..." WINS SILVER REMI at WorldFest Houston International Film Festival

October 01, 2017

WINNER STATUS! "Our sincere congratulations on your SILVER REMI AWARD FOR CREATIVE EXCELLENCE!" is the 📧 email Olga received stating that "In The Name Of..." -- a short thriller she produced and acted in last year in New York -- WON at the 50th WORLDFEST HOUSTON INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, followed by a package with a framed certificate in the name of their wonderful director Ken Burgin. The festival took place in April 2017, and it's truly an honor since WORLDFEST HOUSTON is one of the world's oldest, longest-running and largest independent film festivals. It's really phenomenal that "In The Name Of..." won out of 4,550 category entries. Olga would like to congratulate their amazing cast, crew and director, editor, designer and a true hammer Ken Burgin. Olga: "We made it happen! In the spirit of a 72-hour short film challenge we dared to bring to completion 15 pages, five locations and the edit in less than three days. I can't THANK everyone enough for this experience. Let this award be a reminder to all of us that good things come to those who sweat!" 😅💦  |❗️"In The Name Of..." will be available to view online once it completes film festival circuit run. To view the trailer please go to 👉 

Chekhov's "Seagull" opens August 11th, 2017 at the Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (The Hawaii State Theatre Council:

August 08, 2017

The Hawaii Shakespeare Festival (HSF) celebrates its sixteenth season with a festival-within-a-festival at the newly remodeled The ARTS at Marks Garage. The 2017 season concludes with a Chekhov mini-festival, headlined by Seagull, Chekhov’s masterpiece of love, innocence, betrayal, and the price of pursuing an artistic life. Seagull stars Nick Amador as Konstantin, Olga Kalashnikova as the star-struck Nina, Stacy Ray as Irina and Alex Monti Fox as Trigorin. Seagull is directed by Tony Pisculli and presented in a new translation by Tony Pisculli and Olga Kalashnikova. Two comedic Chekhov shorts will be presented one hour beforehand and are free and open to the public: Avenger, an original adaptation from the short story of the same name, and Bear, "a joke in one-act."


Advance tickets are $20 through Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006 or online at Discounted tickets are available for all Wednesday ($10) and Thursday ($15) performances. For more information, including maps and directions, visit and The ARTS at Marks Garage: 1159 Nu‘uanu Ave, Honolulu, HI 

A lead role in Chekhov's "Seagull" at Hawaii Shakespeare Festival

June 12, 2017

Olga is beyond excited to be playing a lead role of Nina in Anton Chekhov's "Seagull," a brilliant and timeless play about love and the cost of leading an artistic life, which is part of Hawaii Shakespeare Festival this year. The rehearsals are in full swing and the show will run August 11-20, 2017 at The ARTS at Mark's Garage in Honolulu, HI. Tickets can be purchased via festival's official website: or at Brown Paper Tickets (800) 838-3006. See you there, friends! :) 

"In the Name Of..." Wins at HIMPFF

January 07, 2017

Olga is excited to share with you guys that the short film she produced and acted in for a 72 hours short film challenge in New York won in the November 2016 "Action/Thriller" category at the Hollywood International Moving Pictures Film Festival (HIMPFF) in Los Angeles. The award ceremony took part on January 7th, 2017 at the Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. It was a really fun film festival with lots of international attendees and many independent filmmakers whose works were recognized and celebrated, encouraging them to continue further on this uneasy but rewarding path of filmmaking. Olga would love to thank her team for all of the hard work they put into making "In The Name Of..." and recognize all the female producers as well :)) 

BOOKED it! :) "Hawaii Five-O" (CBS-TV)

November 23, 2016

Olga is very excited to share that she's booked a very sweet role on "Hawaii Five-0" (CBS-TV)!! It figures that she'd have to go all the way to NYC in order to book a show in Hawai'i!! ;) She will be flying back to Hawai'i very soon to shoot the part, and will keep you all posted when her episode airs. Thank you friends for all of your support Xxx

72 Hours Short Film Challenge in NYC

September 28, 2016

Olga is super excited to share that she has just finished producing and acting in a 72 Hours Short Film Challenge in New York City during the month of September '16. In short, Olga was on a road trip with her family driving across the States from California to New York, stopping at major landmarks, when the producer of the 72 Hours film challenge literally challenged her to be a team leader/producer for the event and, as insane as she is, she accepted it. While still being on the road, Olga had to build a team: select a cast out of 100+ actors who had signed up for the challenge, find a screenwriter to write a script making sure every cast member gets enough screen time and then tweak the script to a theme which was released right before the challenge, then find a director, crew and editor, and, of course, locations... Yes!!! Olga says it was a fantastic experience and would NOT have been possible without such a fantastic team. The odds were in her favor and thanks to everyone's hard work, the film turned out to be great, was screened at a private showcase at "Professor Thom's" in NYC and is now being submitted to various film festivals. Olga is thankful to her team: Ken Burgin, Jorge Ferragut, Kisha Milling, Mel House, Laura Gaona and Sam Schmitz for making it happen. What a challenge, what a learning experience and growth as an actor and a producer! 

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

July 08, 2016

Catch Olga in a principal role in "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates" opposite Zac Efron (High School Musical, Neighbors) and Adam DeVine (Workaholics, Pitch Perfect). The movie is NOW PLAYING in theaters and is rumored to be the best comedy of the summer. Watch out for this crazy one playing a Russian Call Girl :)

Chekhov's The Proposal

July 01, 2016

Recently, Olga co-produced and acted in a short film tentatively entitled “Chekhov’s The Proposal”, which is an adaptation of a one-act comedic play by Anton Chekhov, a famous 19th century Russian story writer and playwright. Her character Natalia is a charming but opinionated 25-year old landowner who is dying to get married. Together with her Australian-American co-stars and co-producers Theo Coumbis (Lost, Hawaii 5-0) and Ken Matepi (Aloha, Hawaii 5-0), Olga has tirelessly worked on the theatrical production of the play, and then the film version — from the translation and screenplay adaptation stages, to developing a unique acting style and building a 19th century Russian set in Hawai’i. The film is currently in post-production. Please stay tuned for more updates :)

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