the Russian military intervention in Ukraine did not go unnoticed in any corner of the planet, even disturbing international show business. Popular Ukrainian Hollywood celebrities are using their fame to raise awareness about this situation and appeal to their fans to support them on the issue.
the star of That 70s show and the black swan is one of the most famous Ukrainian actresses in Hollywood. He was born in the city of Chernivtsi, when the Soviet Union was still part of it.where he lived until he was seven years old when his family decided to move to the United States.
Although she has no social media profiles, her husband Ashton Kutcheryes, and from these platforms, the actor also shared an initiative that the two organized on behalf of Gofundme with the aim of matching up to $3 million that will be added to the collection’s target value.
“Ukrainians are proud and courageous people who deserve our help in these difficult times. This unjust attack on Ukraine and humanity in general is devastating and the Ukrainian people need our support. Our family is launching this fund to help provide immediate support and we will donate up to $3 million.“, explains Mila in the text of the campaign.
Post for social media: If you know someone from Russia, call them and tell them their media is lying to them. Ukraine does not want to fight, it simply does not want Putin’s government and does not want to be occupied.
— ashton kutcher (@aplusk) March 1, 2022
Ashton being the only one of the couple to have a virtual presence, he does everything possible to support the nation that gave birth to the mother of his children. On Twitter, he is very active in this regard, with expressions like “I support Ukraine” and “If you know anyone from Russia, call them and tell them that their media is lying to them. Ukraine doesn’t want to fight, they just don’t want Putin’s government and his invasion”. The last message was published in English and Russian.
The actress who became known around the world for the science fiction saga resident Evil was born in the heart of Ukraine, that is, Kyiv, the capital. Although he also has American citizenship, Jovovich feels more united than ever with his compatriots.
On his Instagram account, he posted a text that reads in English “I’m heartbroken and stunned, trying to process this week’s events at home. (…) My blood and my roots come from Russia and Ukraine. I break in two as I watch the horror, the country destroyed, the families displaced…”
In her attempts to help Ukrainians, Milla Jovovich posted a link to associations to which financial donations can be made in her Instagram bio.
Big action movie fans will remember Kurylenko’s performance as link girl in Quantum of Comfort and in Black Widow. He was born and spent his childhood in the Ukrainian city of Berdyansk when the country was still a Soviet republic. She also has Russian and Belarusian roots: her father, Konstantin, is Ukrainian, and her mother, artist Marina Alyabusheva, was born in Irkutsk Oblast (subnational entity), Russia, and has Russian and Belarusians.
On February 24, he posted a short text on his Instagram account in which he declared that he was “praying for Ukraine and the safety of its people”.
Moreover, he added the flag of his native country to his profile picture and in recent days he shared several Instagram stories about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
The singer-songwriter is originally from Russia, but with Ukrainian parents. After her attacks began, he posted a photo of her as a child with a long reflection on her current situation.
“In Ukraine millions of civilians are being dragged into war and in Russia children are being sent to fight and die for no reason other than the endless ‘more, more, more, more’ of politicians and corporations,” he said. he declared.
The name of former professional boxer jumped into the media when it became known he was the American actress’ husband Hayden Panettiere with whom he shares a daughter, Kaya, 7 years old. Until last week, the little girl was in Ukraine, but for now she is safe with her mother.
In his case, it’s Hayden who encourages his supporters to “stand side by side in solidarity with the people of Ukraine.”
In an Instagram post, the star of Hero (2006-2010) and Nashville (2012-2016), 32, said he was praying for his family, friends and all those struggling in Ukraine. “I have personally witnessed the strength of the Ukrainian people who fought so hard for their independence and continued to passionately defend their country over the years,” she wrote.
He asked his fans to follow Klitschko and his brother Vitali, who is the mayor of Kyiv, for updates on the situation there. Panettiere also clarified in a comment that her daughter Kaya is safe and not currently in Ukraine.
The former star of the series vikings He was born in Canada, but his family is Ukrainian, so he feels very attached to this country. Since the start of the Russian invasion, she has shared a series of images showing her support for Ukraine and calling for an end to the war. One of the portraits that has attracted the most attention is the one in which she appears with President Volodymyr Zelensky and First Lady Olena Zelenska.
Vera and Taissa Farmiga
A similar case is that of talented sisters Vera and Taissa Farmiga. The first is the protagonist of the saga of El conjuro; the second was in charge of various roles in the anthology series american horror story. Both were born in the United States, but their parents and grandparents were Ukrainian, and at home they were largely inculcated with Ukrainian traditions (in fact, Vera didn’t speak English until after she was 6). years), so they showed their concern. for the conflict in this region.
Vera shared on Instagram images of support for the country of her ancestors, as well as links for donations and constant updates on the ascension. “I watch in horror every day as the evil aggressor Putin continues to carry out his sinister expansionist threats, his demonic destruction and his senseless slaughter of Ukraine, of innocent Ukrainians,” he said in a front-page article. Time retracing the war. .
Taissa instead painted one of her snaps in the colors of the European country’s flag. “I support Ukraine and the Ukrainian people.”