SABINA AKHMEDOVA joined Moscow's Institute of Modern Arts when she was 16.
During the four-year program, she studied with members of the Moscow Art Theatre, founded by acting legend Constantin Stanislavsky.
In 2006, Sabina continued her studies at the Lee Strasberg Institute in Los Angeles. While studying, she participated in several theatre productions, such as acting in Shakespeare's King Lear (as Goneril) at the Strasberg Marilyn Monroe Theatre and doing a reading of Chekov’s Three Sisters at the legendary Actors Studio for its famous creative director Al Pacino.
In 2013 she made her debut on American television as a series regular in the drama Siberia which aired on NBC. She also starred in the Russian version of “Sex and the City” and in the independent feature “Cloud Nine” where she is co-staring with Michael Madsen.
In 2014, Sabina co-starred with Jason Mamoa and Tom Sizemore in the Sundance channel show The Red Road. In 2016, two of her movies, Earthquake (Armenia) and House of Others (Georgia), were selected to be nominated for the Oscars in the Best Foreign Film category.
In 2019 she had three major tv-series come out - the second season of a very popular show “Soderjanki” (“The Gold Diggers”), also the Russian adaptation of the US show “The Good Wife” and the thriller “Call- canter”. Sabina can also be seen as a series regular in the tv-series “Insomnia” which will aired on American television.