Masha Malinina (aka "Maria") was born in New York City on August 9, 2003. At the tender age of 5, she announced to her mother that she wanted to be an actress. Though it would be four more years before she'd begin auditioning for (and booking) roles, Masha has been making up for lost time ever since, working on a variety of different projects and racking up an impressive list of credits and co-stars.
Known for her roles in projects like The Labyrinth (2015) opposite James Franco (also Executive Producer) and Josh Peck, the leading role of Alice in the popular and well-reviewed short film Alice, as well as for the music video "Cirice" by Swedish Heavy Metal band Ghost (formerly Ghost B.C.) in which she plays Cirice, Masha also starred as Diane in the hit web-series "Diane, Jerry and Friends" and is a regular on the DreamWorks TV YouTube series "Why Does This Exist?"
With nearly ten projects completed in 2015 and a number of upcoming roles scheduled for 2016, young Masha is clearly a talent to keep an eye on!
Name: Masha Malinina
Lives in: Beverly Hills, California