Aleksandra Kiseleva was born on September 29, 2002 in Aktau, Kazakhstan as Aleksandra Aleksandrovna Kiseleva.
In 2003 her family moved to Moscow, Russia.
She is an actress, dancer, model.
Aleksandra has been dancing since she was six years old. Since ten years old, she successfully performed in the voguing subculture. Thus, in 2016 she became the winner of the international dance festival "Street Star" at the “Old way” and “New way” categories. At the same time, Aleksandra plays herself, Moscow-based dancer Candy Lanvin, in the film "Voguerra" of the Swedish director, Henric Hemmerlind.
Aleksandra Kiseleva's acting career started from the leading role in a short film and developed with the works “Let’s go!” (2020), “Love them all” (2019), “Khrustalnyy” (2021) and others.
Aleksandra studies at Russian Institute of Theatre Arts (GITIS) - is the largest and oldest independent theatrical arts school in Russia