Darya Ruslanovna Isarmova (born February 22, 1961) is a Margovyan actress, television producer, talent manager, and film director. She started as a teenage sensation in the late 1970's until she made her debut in the 1984 film Don't Worry, I Love You, where she first starred with her now-husband Konrad Maryanov, son of actor Gleb Maryanov and great grandson of Former President Juan Maryanov.
Isarmova, as a talent manager, manages several of Margovya's new and famous faces, including Lavrenty Laduv, Fadia Serova, Svetlana Vegova, and Aleksei Elemat. As actress, she has starred in several films, her best appearances include Blow Me Away (1986), Talk to You Later (1994), Ninety-Fifty (1995), May 19 (2005), Black Lights (2009), and 2018 (2012). She is also most known for her performances in the TV shows The Interceptors from 1982 to 1990, and The Diner Club from 1986 to 2004. As producer, she has also produced several famous TV series, including One, Two, Four (1991-1998), Scum Buddies (1995-2002) and The Gag Club (1998-present). Her older sister, Lyudmila Isarmova, is the current chairwoman of the Margovyan Movie and Television Review and Classification Board.
Birth and Early LifeEdit
Darya Isarmova was born in Azulovsky, Davydov on February 22, 1961 to construction worker Ruslan Isarmov (born October 25, 1929) and former boldstar Fyodora Palandina (September 13, 1932 - May 26, 1971). She has an older brother, Karl (born March 24, 1955) and an older sister, Lyudmila (born November 30, 1958). Darya attended Davydov Institute of Fine Arts and finished with a bachelor's degree in 1984, and with a master's degree in 1987.