Place of Birth. Education. A native of Kiev. In 1993 she graduated from the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of the Shevchenko Kiev State University.
Career. On television – since December 1990. She began working as the host of the “Garth” program in the youth edition of the State TV Company of Ukraine.
Since January 1992, Bezulik has been on the experimental channel UT-3. She was a presenter, a journalist. Worked in programs Winner, Ridikul, Cool news. Prepared information materials.
Since June 1995, she has been a presenter on the UT-2 channel.
Since March 1996 – commentator for the State Military District Hromada (National Television Company of Ukraine).
Since 1997 he has been working on the 1 + 1 channel. She was the author and host of the Snidanok z 1 + 1 program. In August 1999, she became the chief editor of this program.
In 2002, during the parliamentary election campaign, she led political TV debates.
Since April 2002 – the author and host of the talk show “I Think So”.
Since 2009, the program “I Think So” has stopped broadcasting on the 1 + 1 channel, and in March 2009 on Channel 5, the program “I Think So With Anna Bezulik”, which was produced by the “Ukrainian Media Group”, began to appear. The program was aired until March 18, 2010. There was no continuation, since the contract between the “Ukrainian Media Group” and “Channel 5” expired.
Since February 2011, she has hosted a weekly socio-political talk show “Respublika with Anna Bezulik” on Channel 5.
From January 2013 to February 15, 2013, Anna Bezulik hosted the public and political talk show “Justice” on the “Inter” TV channel.
Since 2016, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and New Media at the Institute of Journalism of the Kiev University named after Boris Grinchenko.
Views and ratings. In 2006, she was among the hundred most influential women in Ukraine according to the rating of Focus magazine. As the publication summarized, its influence is due to its lack of engagement, high professionalism, and the ability to influence a wide audience.
“She is charismatic, and this is a necessary quality for real TV stars, and uncompromising, which is important for a TV personality who leads such a responsible project … Bezulik is one of the few who has a truly impeccable reputation (she never entered political blocs) , and this is the main thing for the leading socio-political program “, – wrote the magazine.
Regalia. Honored Journalist of Ukraine (1999). In March 2007, she was awarded the Order of Princess Olga III degree for “a significant contribution to the socio-economic and cultural development of Ukraine, active social activities and many years of conscientious work.”
Family. She is not married and has a daughter, Alexandra.