Elena Sirina is a British-Russian London based actress, model, dancer and musician. Elena is skilled in playing the piano and the guitar. She also is an experienced dancer and enjoys performing dancing in a multitude of styles such as traditional folk, classic, jazz, belly dance, contemporary and latino.
Being multilingual: fluent in English, Russian and Estonian, with an intermediate level in German and French, she is able to perform in the respective languages, on stage and on camera.
Currently Elena is involved in the production of two theatre plays to be staged this year in London. One of them takes us to the historical Russia of the 16th century with all its dramatic events, where Elena plays Mariya, Tsarina, second wife of Ivan IV. Another play is a mysterious modern time story about choices and consequences. She plays Nina Chernakov in Return of Don, feature film, by Malcolm Benson, Benalex Media Productions; and a Computer Hologram in the Offerings, feature film by Julian Bushell, director of Blurtheline Productions and Non-multiplex Media Productions,
On a weekly basis Elena works on Turkish national music channel TRT MUZIK presenting in the LONDON EYE PROGRAM, both in English and Turkish. She also writes scripts for her next short films.
Some other recent theatre work was the role of princess Salome in the play "Salome" by Oscar Wild staged at Lord Stanley Theatre London, Theatre Collections Production.
Short films: Want by Jeff Stewart, Blueprint by Ab Lin, Covers by Waiki Harnais, Psychology sessions by Original Concept Production, and many others.
Elena is particularly proud for writing, producing and staring in her first short film about love, regrets and choices - Want.