Ludmilla Radchenko (born November 11, 1978 in Omsk, Soviet Union) is a Russian model, artist and actress, best known in Italy and Anglo-Saxon countries.
Born in Omsk, Ludmilla graduated in fashion design in Omsk in 1999. In 1997 she is elected Miss Charm at the national competition Miss Russia. She had television experiences in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
After her arrival in Italy, she begins her career with an Italian spot during the television program Paperissima. In 2001, she's a dancer in La sai l'ultima? and, the following year, in the TV quiz Passaparola.
In 2003, she presents Spicy Tg on Antenna 3. In the meantime, she goes on appearing in fashion shows as a model, and in 2004 she stars in Fox magazine calendar. In 2005, she takes part in the reality show la Talpa, where she is eliminated during the semifinals.
In the summer of 2006, she's the main character of On the Road (TV show), a TV show filmed in Miami which aired on the Italian TV channel Italia 1. The following year, she hosts Tuning and fanatics, a Diva's Production show on SKY. She is also a competitor in the reality show Reality Game on Sky Vivo.
Chosen by Fapim, a windows manufacturer, for calendar 2008, she posed for Luca Cattoretti in the most famous erotic poses in the history of international cinema, and works on All Music in the fashion program Modeland, hosted by Jonathan Kashanian.
As an actress, she stars in the TV movie Il viaggio (2005) and in two episodes of the TV series RIS - Delitti imperfetti, in addition to some small roles in other Italian productions. In 2008, she stars in the film A Light Of Passion.
After La Talpa, she begins painting and makes some exhibitions in Milan and decides to devote herself to art.
After a long study trip to New York City, a series of collections are displayed in various galleries, art events and exhibitions. In 2010, she produces a giant cow for the "Cow Parade 2010", an international design exhibition. She also participates in an art installation at the Milan Triennale and exhibits in a solo show at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lucca. A few months after her exhibition at Teatro alla Scala, she is selected for the international painting Gemlucart of Monaco, where she begins her collaboration with the Opera Gallery. In December 2010, Skira publishes her first catalog, "Power Pop".
In February 2011, the province of Milan supports Ludmilla's exhibition at the House of World Cultures. In May 2011, a New York gallery presents Ludmilla at the Eating Art festival, and her works are exhibited at the Crown Fine Art gallery in Soho.