1985 Aged 12, Ekaterina played the leading role of Dasha in "Vyshe Radugi" ("Higher than Rainbow"), Odessa TV Film Studio 1985. The film has since been shown on Russian television many times to total audiences in the range of 30-40 million viewers.
1988 Aged 16, Ekaterina played the leading role of Marina Belyakova in "Publikazia" ("Publication"), Moscow Gorkiy Film Studio 1988. Cinema broadcast.
1989 Finalist - Miss Russia, and Finalist - Elite Model Look beauty contests, Moscow, Russia
1989 Winner - Miss World University, Seoul, South Korea
1989-1992 Moscow Engineering and Physics Institute, BSc Cybernetics and System Analisys
1992. The year of the Eltsin's punch, 19 years old Ekaterina escaped Russia to work as a fashion model in Paris
1992 Model, Marilyn Gothier agency, Paris, France
1994-1997. City University Business School, BA Marketing and Finance
1997-2001 Model at Nevs Modelling agency, London, UK.
2001 Role of Anna Molchanov in BBC sitcom "Perfect World", Series 2, episode "Family Values".
2001. Ekaterina's mother is diagnosed with terminal cancer.
2002. Marriage to Richard Fields.
2003. After a prolonged fight with cancer, Ekaterina's mother dies.
2007-2010. Ekaterina gives birth to a son and a daughter.
2011. Marriage ends
2013 Appearance in "Higher than Rainbow Actors Reunion" programme edition of "Segodnia Vecherom" ("Tonight") talk show with Andrey Malakhov (-link-), aired four times in 2014 and 2015, total audiences of 20 million viewers, Chanel 1, Russia. In Russian.
2015 Appearance in Channel 4's reality TV show "The Auction House", Series 3, episode 4. United Kingdom.
2015 YouTube - Russian Orthodox Christmas video - in English - educational
2015 YouTube - Message of Support to those sad and lonely during holidays - in English - personal
Russian Orthodox Christian
Charity organisations supported:
- Russian Nobility Association (USA)
- Russian Children's Welfare society
- McMillan Nurses (UK)
- Miloserdie.ru (Russia) - providing breathing equipment and nursing care to the gravely ill
- Gift of Life - children's cancer charity (Russia)
- Battersea Dogs and Cats Home (UK) - pet shelter
- RusFond (UK) - bringing sick children for treatment in the UK