The daughter of actor Mashkov got a role in the popular American TV series
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Maria Mashkova, who lives in the United States, will star in the series “For the Sake of All Mankind”.
Russian actress Maria Mashkova, daughter of the famous actor Vladimir Mashkov, got a role in the popular series “For the sake of all mankind”. Deadline writes about it.
Maria Mashkova previously starred in the Russian TV series YuZZZ, Serfdom and Don't Be Born Beautiful, but now she will play the role of the co-pilot of a spaceship named Svetlana in the fourth season of the TV series For the Sake of All Mankind.
According to the plot of the series, which tells about the space race, the USSR was the first to land on the moon, and then the story began to develop according to a different scenario. Some events really happened, like the “handshake in space” that happened during the docking of the Apollo-Soyuz spacecraft, some, like the establishment of a full-fledged space base on the Moon, did not actually happen.
So , the third season of the series told the story of the exploration of Mars by American astronauts in the 1990s. The fourth season will take place in the 2000s.
The fourth season will be released on the Apple TV+ streaming service. Actor Dimitar Marinov, who became famous for his role in the film “Green Book”, will also take part in the filming.
Maria Mashkova has been living in the USA for many years with her family. She supported Ukraine when Russia attacked her and quarreled with her father.
Vladimir Mashkov is a fan of the policies of the Russian president and even urged his daughter to return to Russia and be a “good Russian”.
Maria Mashkova noted that she would be guaranteed a job in Russia, but clarified that she could not work while her country was at war with Ukraine.
She said that she loved her father, but could not communicate with him, while he is “obsessed, like many fathers are now, with the idea of an empire and a return to the USSR at the cost of a free future for his children.”