Olga Stashkevich was born on February 10, 1985. While still a schoolgirl, she became interested in acting skills and entered the theater studio "Theater 111". Olga played her first role at the age of 12 at a school play staged after Ray Bradbury’s “451 Fahrenheit”. Later, she entered the model agency Slava Zaitseva, which she graduated in 1999. In 2006, Olga graduated from the Theater Institute. Shchukina, after which she made her debut on television in the series “Don't be born beautiful”. Soon the actress starred in the TV series "Love is like love," "Everything is mixed up in the house ..." and "Young and evil." In 2013, Olga played the role of Mary Magdalene in Andrei Bogatyrev's film Judas, which was shown at the Moscow International Film Festival. Olga Stashkevich is also known as a dubbing actress - she took part in the duplication of films such as “Three Days to Escape”, “Burlesque”, “Faster Bullets”, “A winner of easy behavior” and in many others. In 2017, the actress played the main female role in the movie “White Nights” directed by Tatyana Voronetskaya and Andrey Bogatyryov.