Izabella Scorupco

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Izabella Scorupco, or Skorupko (born June 4, 1970 in Białystok, Poland) is a Swedish actress who is most famous for appearing as Bond girl Natalya Simonova in the 1995 James Bond film GoldenEye.

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Biography

Born as Izabela Dorota Skorupko in Białystok to Lech and Magdalena Skorupko, she was only one year old when her parents separated and she came to live with her mother.[citation needed] In 1978, they moved to Bredäng in Stockholm, Sweden.[citation needed] Coming to Sweden as an 8 year old, she learned to speak Swedish and English.

She worked as a model[citation needed] and in 1989 she was discovered by director Staffan Hildebrand and starred in the film Ingen kan älska som vi ("Nobody can love like us"). In the early nineties, she also had a brief but successful career as a pop singer, releasing an album which went gold in Sweden.[citation needed]

In 1996, she married Polish ice hockey player Mariusz Czerkawski who played for the Swedish team Djurgårdens IF. They separated in 1998, and have one daughter together, Julia (born September 16, 1997).[1] On January 30, 2003 she married an American named Jeffrey Raymond; they have a son, Jakob (born July 24, 2003) and live in Los Angeles.[2]

Filmography

Discography

Albums

  • IZA (1991/1992) Sweden # 11

Singles

References

External links

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