Alina Bulynko was born on June 16, 1997 in Moscow. From the age of five, the girl began to engage in classical ballet. At the same time, Alina made her film debut, playing the role of Tchaikovsky’s niece in the film "Apocrypha: music for Peter and Paul." Wide fame came to Alina in 2008. The young actress starred in several famous films at once. She played Ksyusha-Kroha in the series “Crazy Angel”, Ksyusha Ryabinkina in the series “Blue Nights”, Rita Legushova in the popular series “And Still, I Love ...”. But the greatest success for Alina was brought by her work in the comedy Love-Carrot-2. The comedy “Love-Carrot”, where the main roles were played by Gosha Kutsenko and Kristina Orbakaite, gathered a large audience. Without wasting time, it was decided to release a sequel. In the second part, the main characters had children, they were then played by young actors Alina Bulynko and Denis Paramonov. In the story, parents change bodies with their children, and they have to go through many comic and dramatic moments. The comedy was a success, and an important merit in this belongs to Alina and Denis, who played just fine, sometimes replaying adult actors. In the future, Alina Bulynko wants to enter a theater university and become a professional actress.