List of Famous people named Yulia
Yulia Sergeevna Peresild is a Russian stage and film actress.
Yulia Viktorovna Nachalova was a Soviet and Russian singer, actress and television presenter.
Yuliya Olegovna Samoylova, sometimes credited as Yulia Samoilova or Julia Samoylova, is a Russian singer-songwriter. In early 2017, she was selected to represent Russia in the 2017 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Flame Is Burning", but was subsequently banned from the contest's host country, Ukraine, due to violating Ukrainian law by entering Crimea through Russia in 2015, shortly after the region was annexed by Russia. In response to the ban, Russia ultimately withdrew from the contest. The following year, Samoylova was instead chosen to represent her country in the 2018 edition of the contest in Portugal. Performing "I Won't Break", she placed 15th out of 18 contestants in the second semi-final, failing to qualify for the grand final. "I Won't Break" was the first Russian entry not to reach the final since the introduction of semi-finals in 2004.
Yulia Vyacheslavovna Lipnitskaya is a Russian retired competitive figure skater. She was part of the Russian team to win the 2014 Winter Olympics team trophy. Individually, Lipnitskaya is the 2014 World silver medalist, the 2014 European champion, the 2013–14 Grand Prix Final silver medalist, and a two-time Russian national silver medalist. Competing as a junior, Lipnitskaya won the 2012 World Junior Championships, 2011–12 JGP Final, and 2012 Russian Junior Championships. She retired from the professional sport on 9 September 2017 due to complications with ligaments of the legs and hip joints, as well as anorexia.
Yulia Volodymyrivna Tymoshenko is a Ukrainian politician.
Yulia Antonovna Putintseva is a Kazakh tennis player of Russian origin and descent. She is a three-time Grand Slam quarterfinalist, and she achieved her career-high singles ranking of world No. 27 in February 2017. So far, she has won one WTA singles title.
Yulia Vladimirovna Drunina was a Soviet poet who wrote in the Russian language. She was a nurse and a combat medic during World War II and known for writing lyrics and poetry about women at war. Her works are characterized by moral clarity, sincere intonation and based on her real life experience, including participation in the war as a source of inspiration for her writings.
Yulia Stanislavovna Savicheva is a Russian singer who represented Russia in the 2004 Eurovision Song Contest, which was held in Istanbul, Turkey.
Yulia Sergeyevna Polyachikhina is a Russian model and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Russia 2018. She represented Russia at the Miss Universe 2018 competition.
Yulia Leonidovna Latynina is a Russian writer and journalist. She is a columnist for Novaya Gazeta and the most popular host at the Echo of Moscow radio station for years. Yulia Latynina has written more than twenty books, including fantasy and crime fiction.
Yulia Olegovna Khlynina is a Russian actress.
Julia Lemigova is a Russian businesswoman and former model who was Miss USSR 1990.
Chicherina, officially Yulia Dmitrievna Chicherina, is a Russian pop-rock artist. She has been performing since 1997 and is part of the wave of Uralic rock along with Nautilus Pompilius and Chaif.
Yulia Sergeyevna Mavrina is a Russian theater, television and film actress. She is known for the role Lilia Subbotina in the TV series Mothers and Daughters (2007).
Yulia Galyamina is a Russian linguist and political activist.
Yulia Vladimirovna Barsukova is a Russian retired individual rhythmic gymnast. She is the 2000 Olympic champion in the All-Around, the 2000 Grand Prix Final All-around champion, the 1999 World All-around bronze medalist, 2000 European All-around bronze medalist and 1999 Grand Prix Final All-around bronze medalist.
Yulia Evgenievna Galysheva is a Kazakhstani mogul skier who won three medals at FIS Freestyle Ski World Championships,bronze medal at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympic Games and two gold medals at the Asian Winter Games in 2011.
Yulia Vladimirovna Tsvetkova is a Russian artist and activist from Komsomolsk-on-Amur. On the 11th of February 2020, she was recognized as a political prisoner.
Yulia Marushevska is a Ukrainian activist and civil servant. A graduate student in literature and history, she appeared in a short video, entitled I Am a Ukrainian, which went viral after being posted in February 2014. In the spring of 2014 she gave talks about the cause of Ukrainian freedom in the United States and Canada and was interviewed by news media from dozens of countries.
Yulia Ryabchinskaya was a canoeist from Ukraine and Olympic champion. She represented the USSR at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, winning the gold in the K-1 500 m event.