It looked like a young man well-known TV presenters
Now, many presenters are real stars, but once they were young journalists, who had not worked as a stylist and image-makers.
We offer you a glimpse of what looked like a well-known leading in youth and adolescence.
Alexander Maslyakov not planning to connect the life with TV. He graduated from the Moscow Institute of Transportation Engineers, and for some time even worked in the specialty, but then changed his field of activity and began to work in the main edition of the youth programs.
The KVN it came as a fourth-year student. Then he was asked to become one of the top five television show "KVN". After three editions of the program was closed, but a few years later made her a restart. The first lead was Albert Axelrod, and then he was replaced by Maslyakov. Alexander holds this position until now.
Elena Malysheva walked in the footsteps of their parents, the doctors decided to associate life with medicine. She graduated from the Medical Faculty of the Kemerovo Medical Institute with honors, and then continued her studies in Moscow.
On TV Malyshev came by accident. It happened in Kemerovo. When Helen was ill child, she realized that on TV almost no useful medical programs. Then she herself decided to take this niche. Soon it was noticed and invited to work in the capital. First Malyshev led project issues "doctor called?" On RTR, and then became the permanent host program "Health" on the First. Alexander Vasiliev
Alexander Vasiliev grew up in an intellectual family. His father was a famous theater artist, and her mother played in the theater and stage speech taught in universities. Sasha childhood inspired classical art: in five years, he sewed the first costumes and scenery for the play, and after graduation entered the production faculty of the Moscow Art Theater School. His first job was the position of the artist Vasilyeva Costume Design at the Theater on Malaya Bronnaya.
Syabitova Rosa was born in a Muslim family. About a child presenter recalled reluctantly: according to her father and mother abused alcohol and often staged showdown with children. In his youth, the future star was fond of skating and even achieved a major success - received the title of Master of Sports.
Before you get a job on television, she managed to stay the owner of your own business, a cleaner and a nanny. In 1995, she founded a marriage agency, through which she was invited to become the first host of the program "I am Love", and then act as a matchmaker in the "Let's get married!".
Dibrov got philological education in the Rostov State University. There's also, incidentally, taught by his father Alexander Afanasievich. Realizing that serious career success will be easier to achieve in the capital, Dmitry moved to Moscow.
At various times he worked at TASS, "Moskovsky Komsomolets" and other publications, while in 1987 did not get on television. He worked on youth programs, and then co-wrote and leading his own show "Installation." In 1999 Dibrov became the host of the show "O Lucky Man!", After which gained popularity all over Russia. Vladimir Pozner
Vladimir Posner in his youth was a real handsome. He received a good basic education in New York, and then continued his studies at Stuyvesant High School. Vladimir Vladimirovich journalistic career began in 1961, when he began to cooperate with the Press Agency "Novosti". A few years later he was invited to the commentator's position in the State Broadcasting Committee of the USSR.
In the 70s, he worked for American TV, and then returned to the Soviet Union, where he was soon recognized as one of the most respected local journalists. Since 2008, the broadcaster is the program "Pozner" on the First Channel.
Nikolai Drozdov, too, did not plan to become a television presenter. He was born in an intellectual family and was going to devote himself to science. The guy has received the diploma of Moscow State University with a degree in biogeography, a postgraduate and studied science before he was asked to speak in the program "In the world of animals" in 1968. Since 1977 Drozdov became a regular presenter of the program and has worked in this position 42 years.