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Alexandrovna Khilkevich (in marriage - Pokrepa; born October 15, 1986, Leningrad) is a Russian actress. She graduated from the theatre school 232 at drama school Shchepkina. Studied at the Higher theatrical school Shchukin (the head of the course was In. Ivanov). Acted in films since.
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