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11 August 1983|
Leningrad, Soviet Union
|Residence||Moscow, Russian Federation|
|Occupation||Television presenter, journalist, actress|
Marina Kim (Russian: Марина Ким, born on August 11, 1983, in Leningrad) is a Russian television presenter and actress of Soviet-Korean origin. She had lead roles in the films Serko[fr] (2006) and "Bishkek, I Love You!" (2011).. In 2014, she began hosting the television programme Good Morning[ru] (Russian: Доброе утро) on Channel One.
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