Dasha Nekrasova is a Belarusian-American actor, writer, and director who became famous as a Sailor Socialism after her dress up in a sailor fuku, went viral while giving an interview with an InfoWars reporter. She is very famous for her appearance in The Ghost Who Walks, The Scary of Sixty-First, and Wobble Palace.
Early Life Information Of Dasha Nekrasova
Dasha Nekrasova was born as Daria Dmitrievna Nekrasova on February 19, 1991, in Minsk, Belarus under the birth sign Pisces. Both of her parents worked as an acrobat. When she was around four years old, she emigrated to the United States with her parents and settle in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Regarding education, she completed her high school graduation in 2008 from Las Vegas Academy of the Arts. Later on, she joined Mills College, where she studied sociology and philosophy.
Who Is Dasha Nekrasova's Boyfriend?
The 30-years-old, Dasha Nekrasova's personal life is not so much open up as she has not to talk much about it in the media. While going through a deep inspection of her Instagram we can find one picture with a man named Paul where she has captioned it "My Boyfriend".
The picture shared on September 28, 2019, has shown Paul holding Dasha in his arm. After this, the pair have not shared pictures together, so it is a bit confusing.
She is active on her Instagram where she has more than 71.4k followers. As of 2021, she has more than 1975 post.
How Much Is Her Net Worth As of 2021? Her Career
Dasha Nekrasova has a net worth of $1 million as of 2021 from her career as an actor, writer, and director. In the USA, the actor is paid around $58000 per annum, so she also might be receiving her salary in the same range.
While talking about her career, she started working as an actor back in 2014 after she was cast in the TV series named Cotton as Sasha. Following year she was seen in the short video named The Eating Place, Hypochondria, The Lotus Gun.
After this, she has worked in several movies and series and has more than 25 acting credits in his name. Some of her notable work includes The Sound of Blue, Green, and Red, Normalize, Wobble Palace, The Special Without Brett Davis, The Ghost Who Walks, Mr. Robot, Disco Elysium, Dickinson, The Shivering Truth, Succession.
Most recently she has appeared in the TV Mini-Series, The Serpent as Connie-Jo Bronzich. She is very popular for her appearance in the 2021 movie named The Scary of Sixty-First as The Girl. In the movie, she has shared screen along with Madeline Quinn, Betsey Brown, and Mark Rapaport.
by samriddhi, 27 Apr, 2021